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    Quote Originally Posted by Vermis View Post
    '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.
    This are commissions. Id like to see my own dinos too. But if a client says JP style, what can i do? .

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    Oh no the puppy, its eating it, really awsome stuff though

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    What kind of "epoxy clay" did you use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by teh roxxors View Post
    What kind of "epoxy clay" did you use?

    I've used regular epoxy clay ( something like aves apoxie)

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    Still need some adjustments, but its practically finished.















    Still need some adjustments, but its practically finished.

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    You should post this on the FX Lab, they'd LOVE it

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    id suggest using a lighter tan color in the groves between the larger scales i find it to look awesome, but other than that i dropped my jaw on the floor

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    I LOVE this sculpt, just wondering: why do you think this animal woukd have bright red on it?

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    this came out very nice u should be proud

    Please visit this forum. its a tight ass place thats actually active
    http://z3.invisionfree.com/VG_junkeez/index.php?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Briantoreilly616 View Post
    I LOVE this sculpt, just wondering: why do you think this animal woukd have bright red on it?

    as part of the "warning" coloration, similar to tree frogs being vibrantly colored, to display toxicity or danger in some way, some scientists even believe that the fins etc, would "blush" when the animal was trying to put on a display either for a mate or for competition.

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    texture

    I've always wondered how to do texture on a creature like a dragon or dinosaur?

    Did you carve each bump/scale, etc in the skin OR use something with a similar surface and press it into the clay?

    Regards,

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    Quote Originally Posted by undeadsac View Post
    as part of the "warning" coloration, similar to tree frogs being vibrantly colored, to display toxicity or danger in some way, some scientists even believe that the fins etc, would "blush" when the animal was trying to put on a display either for a mate or for competition.

    Yep.

    Thanks

    Anyway, this was a commission based on JP3 Spino that its not a totally accurate Spinosaurus.

    But this color make sens now with the explanation of our friend undeadsac



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    Quote Originally Posted by StarFyreXXX View Post
    I've always wondered how to do texture on a creature like a dragon or dinosaur?

    Did you carve each bump/scale, etc in the skin OR use something with a similar surface and press it into the clay?

    Regards,

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    You have to use the stamps as a guide, and the correct them on by one.

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    This is totally amazing!! o.O I was completely speechless when I saw your dino's the first time... xD how much would one of these cost? (A)

    Oh, and what type of clay would you recommend for a beginner like me? epoxy or super sculpey? which is the easiest to work with?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fruitdot View Post
    This is totally amazing!! o.O I was completely speechless when I saw your dino's the first time... xD how much would one of these cost? (A)

    Oh, and what type of clay would you recommend for a beginner like me? epoxy or super sculpey? which is the easiest to work with?
    Just can say this, if learn until you can create a beautiful, perfect sculpture by using epoxy, well, just imagine what kind of result you gonna have by using sculpey then...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ROOSTERCAT View Post
    Just can say this, if learn until you can create a beautiful, perfect sculpture by using epoxy, well, just imagine what kind of result you gonna have by using sculpey then...
    Thank you so much for the reply!

    I'm your newest fan! lol xD

    So, I should practise on epoxy first you think? Okay, I think I'll give it a shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fruitdot View Post
    Thank you so much for the reply!

    I'm your newest fan! lol xD

    So, I should practise on epoxy first you think? Okay, I think I'll give it a shot.

    U R WELCOME

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    That Trex is amazing. I would have loved to have worked on that. I cant imagine the amount of clay you used and the money that went into it all. Really good work!

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    Amazing work! maybe you could do somthing for the base of the spinosauraus, like rocks or jungle floor, other than that its perfect!

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    wow, nice one.
    when are you painting it?

    and jeeze, it looks like ur keep ur statues in the oven way too long, its orange and black almost everywhere.

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    Oh man ROOSTERCAT,.....you have just blown me away.

    That is TOO freakin' awesome.

    Awesome. pld:

    Awesome. pld:

    Awesome. pld:

    Troy

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    Yes lol, awesome is the good word...

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    Woooooooow!!......... Beautiful work my friend, everything's spot on, from the anatomy to the texturing! Let me know when Peter Jackson or Steven Spielberg hires you!

    Check out my scary monster thread!
    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=109738



    Want lotsa sculpture resources? Add some if you want to!
    http://www.conceptart.org/forums/sho...d.php?t=154013

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    Those are Beautiful BEAUTIFUL works of art ROOSTERCAT.
    The Textures....oh my God....You just can't beat the real thing man, nothing 3D can compare with what's real...

    I also like the way you took the photograph...did you use special lens ?
    Cause your figure looks really big until you hold them in your hand!
    Nice illusion !

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    Commisions? Really? DAMN! You're doing what I always dreamed of while I was a kid, but together ; sculpting + anthropology.
    Anyhoo, these looks fierce and amazing. I think your last piece is my favorite and shows an evolution in your work.

    Oups I mean paleontology *facepalm*.

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    i wouldnt call it anthropology.. that's human. but regardless fuckin awesome.

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    amazing stuff but im not quite sure its to blurry but in the upper left hand corner is that the cloverfield monster

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    Quote Originally Posted by sculptingmonsters610 View Post
    amazing stuff but im not quite sure its to blurry but in the upper left hand corner is that the cloverfield monster
    Don't know if that's the Cloverfield monster, but heck if I don't spot some Spino-Poop there in the lower corner!

    The sculpts are awesome, RC!!
    I especially dig that last 'Godzilla-like' piece.

    Just damn!!

    la

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