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    I'm inspired - amazing work !

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    That was an ugly son of a goat.
    The concept seems strong. On the last photo the frontlegs seems a bit too large - but that can be the photo-angle.

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    Dude, your just fucking awesome.

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    blimey! he looks awesome! and so big!
    and finally I can see what and how he really is, in the movie it was always kinda SWISH hello monster SWOSH bye monster.

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    hi ! really love all your stuff!
    amazing Trex ,amazing Spinossaurus! And the best godizila i ever seen!

    really perfec anatomy and details
    i will keep my eyes here
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    really nice sculpture man, what is the pink material at the mouth area?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fovos View Post
    really nice sculpture man, what is the pink material at the mouth area?

    Hi thanks for all the kind words and crits.

    The pink material its epoxy clay, smoothed with Vaseline.

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    wow the detailing is incredible...

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    You certainly know your beasties!

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    No words, really amazing! brutal!!

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    Whaooouu Rooster
    great creature, very original
    can't wait to see the texturing phase

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    That's the monster from The Relic, right? A McCreary design, I believe. Looks amazing so far.

    "Man's mind, once stretched by a new idea, never regains its original dimensions." ~ Oliver Wendell Holmes
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    Quote Originally Posted by Breath of Life View Post
    That's the monster from The Relic, right? A McCreary design, I believe. Looks amazing so far.
    No, its just a big amazing coincidence!! LOL!!

    Just kidding yes its The amazing Kothoga from THE RELIC another hit in special effects by the master and beloved Stan !!

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    Man, I always loved this creature (as do so many others!). You're
    really doing an absolutely amazing job on him ROOSTERCAT. Just
    Brilliant! Can't wait to see more "in progress" shots.

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    Another WIP, just for you T.





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    this is just awesome!! take a bow rooster, you deserve a standing ovation!!! beautiful movement and textures! congrats...

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    Smile lots of questions

    for such a huge scale with the super sculpey what kind of armature do u use?? is the whole thing made from super sculpey? where do you get realistic eyes from ive tryed to find them for a while now? btw im a student going to the art institute studying industrial design so im trying to get to your level of work some day i hope that you can ansewer and thanks for being a very influencial insperation

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    Quote Originally Posted by Notbusch View Post
    for such a huge scale with the super sculpey what kind of armature do u use?? is the whole thing made from super sculpey? where do you get realistic eyes from ive tryed to find them for a while now? btw im a student going to the art institute studying industrial design so im trying to get to your level of work some day i hope that you can answer and thanks for being a very influential inspiration

    Hello.

    Thanks for your kind words.

    Well,, let me try to answer all your questions, here we go:

    for such a huge scale with the super sculpey what kind of armature do u use?

    I like to use a ordinary epoxy caly armature to mark the musculature and such.

    is the whole thing made from super sculpey?

    I don't like to make the whole thing of sculpey, some people do that, and it's ok, I just don't like that, cause I feel its a wasting of this precious material , I just like to use it to skin it in the final stage, but this is just my personal taste.


    where do you get realistic eyes from ive tryed to find them for a while now?

    If you want realistic eyes you can find them in the taxidermy places. Now, if you want realistic and personalized acrylic eyes you have to make them by yourself.

    Practice is all in sculpture.

    I hope you'll find it useful.

    Take care.

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    Thumbs up

    Hello, super super
    how you made the texture?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sir_kez View Post
    Hello, super super
    how you made the texture?

    Hello.

    Stamps and correcting one by one

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    make us a video of your technique !!!!! or pictures thxxxx

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    Woooonderful !

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    I love you I love you I love you! this is sick (in a really really good way) You are riht up there with the big guys!

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    i have to ask, why are you sawing his tail off?

    ... and yeah, this is freakin awesome but it appears that i'm not the first to say so. I'll take one for my living room.

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    I am in awe, seriously, your work is impressive!

    Just a couple of questions:
    The Godzilla figure, was he based on the early sketches for the American Godzilla movie? I remember seeing similar designs somewhere on the internet. They were going to be used for the American Godzilla movie that was supposed to come out in 1996 or something, but in the end they changed the script, the director, and well... pretty much everything, which led up to Emerich's "Godzilla" in 1998... or something like that.

    And as someone asked before: is that the Cloverfield monster in the background of those Spinosaurus pictures?

    Anyway, I've been wanting to sculpt a t.rex myself for some time, you surely have convinced me to do so.

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    thankyou soo much for the reply those answers really help im use to working in small scale but your work is inspiring me to go bigger woot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mse View Post
    I am in awe, seriously, your work is impressive!

    Just a couple of questions:
    The Godzilla figure, was he based on the early sketches for the American Godzilla movie? I remember seeing similar designs somewhere on the internet. They were going to be used for the American Godzilla movie that was supposed to come out in 1996 or something, but in the end they changed the script, the director, and well... pretty much everything, which led up to Emerich's "Godzilla" in 1998... or something like that.

    And as someone asked before: is that the Cloverfield monster in the background of those Spinosaurus pictures?

    Anyway, I've been wanting to sculpt a t.rex myself for some time, you surely have convinced me to do so.


    Hi, thanks for your kind words.

    The Godzilla figure.. weel, ii've always wanted to make a realistic godzilla, I am not totally happy with this one, this was more like some kind of
    dinozilla, i want to make one that looks more accurate to the original, but with a realistic shape, well, when i saw the eBay auction for the zilla maquette made by Stan Winston, I decided that I would have to make one. I love P. Tatopuolos Godzilla too, its one of the best zilla designs.

    Yes it's the Clovy, I love that movie!! the best movie monster I've ever seen.

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    Ah I see,

    And yes, Cloverfield is awesome, it's also my favourite monster movie. I also love Tatopaulus' Godzilla design, too bad the movie doesn't do it any justice and most people hate it.

    I also made a very small Clover sculpt and a very small Godzilla sculpt. I made the out of sculpey leftovers and din't really pay much attention to any details so from a designer's point of view they're really bad, but I had fun making them. I posted pics of them in my Pinky Demon thread.

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