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    Epic man, it's amazing

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    Lol, incredible work. See if any museums are interested.
    And if you do make casts and stuff, You should make one of just the head.
    Mount it and put it by the front door for visitors =)

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    any idear on castings yet i would love the head of that beast to adorn my wall.

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    really PERFECT! looks really like the Stan Winston Studio 's Trex ,perfect!

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    Quote Originally Posted by alex_oliver View Post
    really PERFECT! looks really like the Stan Winston Studio 's Trex ,perfect!

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    really ???

    no, tell me the truth

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    i want one! :I The hard work paid off dude! Killer!

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    you know, when i was small and watched Jurassic park i thought the T-rex was the cooles thing ever. The head and the muscled up body was so fucking cool. I was giddy as a little girl when i saw the toys.

    I just got that feeling again from this thread haha.

    Really REALLY cool and really masterfull creation.

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    Top notch work. This turned out so well. I admire your skill, patience and dedication. Do you have any photos of the armature or in progress pics? I imagine it is pretty heavy and needed a welded or seriously hefty armature to support it in that pose.

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    Awesome! Wow that's nice are you gonna colour that thing???
    Let me know will ya if you do.

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    great work! i love the picture with the dog lol

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    Spinosaurus 1:10,

    4.5 feet long.

    Take a look

    Let me know what do you guys think.













    Still needs some adjustments on the skin texture.




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    thats pretty tight. u make them big ass hell. its mustve costed u alot of money

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    Wowza! I wanna buy one... and feed it puppies, and have it change the channels for me. Think you could rig that up?

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    Looks great! How do you do the scale textures? Do you use a stamp or something?

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    haha, the photo with the dog was just too cute, good job on the dino too.

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    Sincerely...You are the best dino sculptor that i have seen!!!! OO

    Wowwwwwwwwwww GREAT T_REX!!!!! I love it!!!!

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    What brand of "epoxy clay" did you use? I'd like to make something this size myself.

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    Finished sculpture.



























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    Wow. Un-freakin'-believable.

    I just can't get over how cool this is. AMAZING job.

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    I really love those eyes, how did u make them?

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    man you work fast and you work good!

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    This is amazing!!! I meen just WOW. The textures the size the fact that it looks real is just AMAZING!!!

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    That is horrible....


    ...ok, not really...it's incredible...I just wanted to give you a little shock.

    Great sculpts!!!!!!!

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    OK...how the heck do you bake something that size? O_o Haha. Excellent job, and a very ambitious scale.

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    Once again FUCKING AWESOME!

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    Incridible work Man!!!!
    Perfect Jurassic Park movie.

    Congratulations

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    Quote Originally Posted by fukifino View Post
    OK...how the heck do you bake something that size? O_o Haha. Excellent job, and a very ambitious scale.
    I assume using "epoxy clay" frees you from baking. I'd really like to know what brand he used!!!!

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    This is beautiful- I especially love the detail of the skin. In particular around his mouth. That is amazing work!

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    Awesome!!

    I'd love to know how you did that texture

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    'Mad skillz', or something, but I'm still disappointed by the lack of orginality. I want to see Roostercat's take on a Tyrannosaur or Spinosaur. I've already seen Crash McCreery's, thanks.

    ...which is only my opinion.
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