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    Quote Originally Posted by dreamsorcerer View Post
    Master. Roostercat Dude,

    It really is your fault that I cry so much.. I mean, that's just genius. ----> goes for a sob again.
    tHANKS MAster .

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    Quote Originally Posted by ROOSTERCAT View Post
    tHANKS MAster .
    Yer much welcome dude

    Check out my scary monster thread!
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    Want lotsa sculpture resources? Add some if you want to!
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    Master Roostercat,

    Long live the King Scales.
    Hey man, for me you would be guaranteed in Jurassic Park 4.
    Nice work.

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    Wow, Crazy man~
    Amazing tyrano models.
    Your tyrano skins are really well done.

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    Wow, really amazing sculpts. Do you have to use special type of paints on the exopy clay?

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    You're the King! The King I tell ya! Man, that looks like you took pics
    of your new dinosaur pet. Unreal man. Looking at all those scales and
    texturing just makes my head hurt. Another masterpiece for the ol'
    ROOSTERCAT portfolio.

    Troy

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    Quote Originally Posted by troyboy View Post
    You're the King! The King I tell ya! Man, that looks like you took pics
    of your new dinosaur pet. Unreal man. Looking at all those scales and
    texturing just makes my head hurt. Another masterpiece for the ol'
    ROOSTERCAT portfolio.
    Thanks master McDevitt, .

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    Oh, look. Another carbon copy of something Crash McCreery did.

    Your technical skill is beyond dispute, Roostercat. But not only am I disappointed that the Pachy is just that - another painstaking JP transcription (even if it is a commission) - it also seems to have earned you a twee title that might just as well read 'Lord of the photocopiers'.*

    Do something original. Please. If you're the lord of the dinosaurs, crack open that copy of Predatory Dinosaurs of the World instead of The Art of Jurassic Park and show me what for. I won't mind. Far from it. Honest.

    *And a bunch of starry-eyed toe-kissers. Balanced and professional critique at CA, my backside.

    ...which is only my opinion.
    Sketchbook Deviations
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    Wow you can really smell the jealousy from here...

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    Vermis obviously doesn't have the skill to make any dinosaur related to Jurassic-Park, or even a cartoon based Dinosaur, So his only option is to put a little post that no one will care about. Good Job though, Vermis. Your attempt at making your self seem " The know it all " has failed.

    Respect Rooster-Cat. His work could kinda beat yours anyday, Vermis.

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    You have some serious sculpting skills sir!!! The similarity with the original sculpts is unreal!! Thanks for the ultra inspirational thread!!

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    Master. RoosterCat dude,

    Mate, I think you are a bloody, phenomenally, amazing sculptor.



    Check out my scary monster thread!
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    Stop making me cry will yer? Awsomeness.

    Check out my scary monster thread!
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    your work is really fantastic, i loe the "relic" monster, the 'le gevaudan' beast from "brotherhood of the wolf" and the last half Godzilla.. great details.

    you should make the monster of "the host" (Gwoemul)

    http://www.zonadvd.com/imagenes/anal...ost_ee/ca1.jpg

    http://img248.imageshack.us/img248/7...cap0005fw4.jpg

    http://www.dreadcentral.com/img/reviews/hostndvd1b.jpg




    thanks for shearing..

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    just for the pleasure of doing it...

    Edd
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    Absolutely amazing sculptures! I love reptiles of present and past as well as fantasy. The detail in these are amazing! O..O

    - Vincent Chiantelli

    Sculptor and Painter. Always open for commissions."
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    Small scale its fun as well
    But you need good eyes









    Last edited by ROOSTERCAT; April 21st, 2009 at 09:43 PM.
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    (passes out on the floor) lol this is an amazing sculpt im still working on a kothoga figure anyways the texture is amazing what scale is it

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    Another amazing sculpt, and now a tiny sculpt. The details you have give to this litle Kothoga is amazing, beatiful work!!!

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    Oh mama! That is sooooo freakin' cool! I love how you jump from MASSIVE
    scale down to teeny-tiny. The funny thing is, the quality never changes!!

    Awesome pose, insanely accurate, unbelievably detailed, and I'm totally in awe.
    Amazing work my friend, just amazing! So what do you have planned with lil' K?

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    WOOOOW!!!
    The small scale is amazing
    Extraordinary detaling and perfection :d i love it!

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    It's hard to find an artist with a better sense of reptilian majesty.

    I agree with what's been already said here: Seeing the large scale was astonishing. Seeing this smaller version - which appears exact in every way - truly boggles the mind. And all those lovely, lovely scales.

    I'll be studying this piece for a long while, trying to discern how you've managed such exquisite detail in the skin.

    ~KU

    ... a cry went up into the shuddering air, and faded to a shrill wailing, passing with the wind, a voice bodiless and thin that died, and was swallowed up, and was never heard again in that age of this world.

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    Dude totally insane.
    His works are always very clean and complete.
    Very cool to have an artist of your template sharing their work with other colleagues.
    Congratulations

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    Thanks to all guys.

    thanks Rick,thanks KU, thanks thanks troy, you are the best of the best!!

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    Really awesome! No words...

    Thanks for sharing!

    Cheers,

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    That Zilla (as with all your work) is AMAZING! Any plans on doing an original style Godzilla statue? Maybe based on the original or the Godzilla Returns suit?

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    Masterfull!!!

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    Amazing work Roostercat! I wondered how Roma clay (oil-based grade 2 - 4) compares with the clay you use? Have you tried Roma before? This is commonly used in the movie industry and most of the JP dinosaurs were made with this stuff.

    I also wondered if or when you're free to take on more commissions, or if you can provide a copy of your previous comissions? Do you still have the molds for the Spino head?

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    Great sculptures...love all the details!

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