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    Some daylight shots

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    Simply Amazing. How many dogs does it eat in a week?

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    Quote Originally Posted by misael View Post
    Simply Amazing. How many dogs does it eat in a week?

    LOL!!


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    NICE!!!!!!

    love the puppy picture!!!


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    Can you please tell us how you get that type of scaly/round texture on the skin?
    What tool do you use? I've been wondering how to do that for the miniature models I try and sculpt (warhammer, D&D) and having problems...

    Sanjay

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    _STUNNING_ thanks for sharing

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    Wow the skin texture is amazing and I love the size of it.
    What kind of clay is it made out of?

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    that is insane. awesome work man, you must be proud of your baby, it looks sick.

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    damn!
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    "it's much easier to scale up from simplicity than to scale back from complexity"

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    oooooooooo!!!

    thats big, but also extremely well modeled!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ebonyraven View Post
    Wow the skin texture is amazing and I love the size of it.
    What kind of clay is it made out of?

    Thanks.

    It was maded of epoxy clay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sinewavezero View Post
    that is insane. awesome work man, you must be proud of your baby, it looks sick.
    Thanks, I am!

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    damn!
    Hey are you Robert Bakker????!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Angroc View Post
    oooooooooo!!!

    thats big, but also extremely well modeled!
    Thank you.

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    If you add some scary noises and sound effects, and put it in your front room.. it'll be one great security system! Wow.. amazing work, well done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ROOSTERCAT View Post
    Thanks, I am!



    Hey are you Robert Bakker????!!!



    Thank you.

    If I were Robert Baker id be giving you commisions every month!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert.B View Post
    If I were Robert Baker id be giving you commisions every month!

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    Too bad, but thank you anyway. LOL!

    Nice to met you R. brown

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