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    The Jurassic Park pieces are just superb... ever thought about doing a 1/1 Baby Pteranodon from the JP3 film ? I haven't seen anyone attempt it at all yet.

    The Baby Raptor you have on the Statue Forum board is just amazing... any chance you might do any other Baby Raptors in diff poses ? Like the hatching one ?

    The small Kothaga turned out so well...any plans to make scaled pieces of the JP Dinos like that ?

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    Any updates ? I'd really like see some painted pics of the Baby Dino you have on Statue Forum RC....

    Since you mentioned the 1/1 Rex head it's all I've thought about..how many pieces would it be in you think ?

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    I'd love to see your 1/1 scale T-rex bust too! I may buy one.

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    Heh heh.. it would an awesome piece to own wouldn't it ? ;D

    If it's just a larger version of his 1/5 I estimated 1400.00 or so for it no clue what shipping would be...can imaging the size of taxidermy eye it would require ?! lol


    If I can afford it..I have no idea where I would put it... :? My outdoors like Universal would be a thought ?

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    This is now one of my favorite threads EVER...you sir, have an explosive amount of talent.
    Well done on all accounts, I could look at these pieces all day.

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    Wow, ...just wow.

    It seems you have too much empty space in your house to build such big scale monsters ^^

    I would love do make some sculpting too, but at the moment I put all my efforts into better illustrations and a new homepage ^^

    If I want to crit anything, than that the dinos have a little static pose. The full-body godzilla looks way better.

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    The whole thread is great!

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    I just want to see more...especially the JP pieces..

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    Maaan! You are like one man Stan Winston's studio!
    Amazing skills and dedication!!!

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    It's about time, G. Beautiful. The most JP accurate T-Rex to date and it's not even done yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thx217 View Post
    It's about time, G. Beautiful. The most JP accurate T-Rex to date and it's not even done yet.

    Thanks J

    You are the best my friend..


    Still gonna make all those millions of bumps he has all over his body and even in the face scales

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    Man you're unbelievable!!! Mindblowing!!

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    Wow, that's gonna be a lot of scales!

    I'm curious how you accommodate all the different degrees of texture; I see you already have lots of folds and wrinkles in the skin. How do you put the scale pattern over this without messing up the folds and wrinkles? Are you using any sort of stamp or are these all done one at a time? On my own flesh restorations I've never really been happy with the integration of all the different levels of skin topography. (This is one of the reasons my current project is a skeleton!) Sometimes stamping the scales would mess up the folds and wrinkles. Sometimes trying to incorporate wrinkles while doing the scales would smear and stretch the scale texture. I was using Miliput at the time so I had a limited working time; that probably wouldn't have helped. You seem to have tackled this just fine. Can you offer any pointers or suggestions? Would it be possible to post some pictures of your scale-sculpting procedure?

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    Really superb work....what's this baby going to set us back..if we..awww..who'm I'm kidding..we ALL want one..lol ;D

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    perfect work On the monster body's lamella, I like very much , Beautiful and neat How do they are do?

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    I was thinking of doing a dinosaur at some point myself... not now! I think you got the whole thing sown up here just amazing details man. Your dedication to this is a joy to see.

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    omg....so reeeaaaaaal.......speachless...

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    Hi ROOSTERCAT

    My names Kaz & im a newbe here, i just left you a message and
    waiting for you reply,anyway please check that if youre free!!

    Thankyou very much!!

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    Woot! Nice job! Love the detail you've done, and I'm wondering,how much does this guy weigh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CavyWolfe View Post
    Woot! Nice job! Love the detail you've done, and I'm wondering,how much does this guy weigh?

    7 kilos = 15 pounds aprox.

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    Okay so either you just did the best paint job I have seen in a loooong time or you sneaked past the armed security guards and raided Stan Winstons props cupboard :-)

    A good job well done! now you can sit there for about a month just admiring it before considering your next project, lol

    So, where will your imagination take you today?...
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    Sir your work is beyond amazing!

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    ohman... oh geeez... holly molly .... wow! I dont know what to say, simply MAD!
    what did you make him for? is it a model kit or was it a commission or... did you use an oilbase clay and then silicone mold it? I'm sorry, so full of questions. Awesome, rellay, wow

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    ohman... oh geeez... holly molly .... wow! I dont know what to say, simply MAD!
    what did you make him for? is it a model kit or was it a commission or... did you use an oilbase clay and then silicone mold it? I'm sorry, so full of questions. Awesome, rellay, wow

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    wow....incredible....why don't u make some dino eat something and bleeding...that's will great

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    All of these creatures are absolutely amazing, so lifelike. And the sheer size of them makes them all the more impressive.

    If I may inquire about epoxy clay you mentioned you use--what exactly is it like to work with? and about how expensive is it?

    Critters! Dinosaurs! Lovecraftian horrors! ~~~~~> My creature sculpting thread!
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    "I started to see human beings as little lonesome, water-based pink meat, life forms pushing air through themselves and making noises that the other little pieces of meat seemed to understand."
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    incredible, must've taken you some years to get that lizardly anatomy right.
    Great stuff, I'm not going to say you're talented because that would be an insult to all the years you must have been doing this.. Keep it up man. Keep it up..

    Toobs

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    I went through this whole thread yesterday, and all I can say is duuuuuude! Well actually, what I've been saying has been more like hhruaaaagh!, 'cos I've been sitting around making dinosaur noises to myself. (Spielberg, call me. I make good noises.)

    I can't give any praise that hasn't already been given a dozen times over, but I am a bit curious as to whether you'll ever take on the book version of Mbwun (the Kothoga beast)? Relic is one of my favourite books (that isn't written by Pratchett or Gaiman), but I was rather disappointed with how much the beast's appearance was altered in the film (which I've only seen short bits of). It's a cool beastie, yes, but at least to me it's not Mbwun.

    Either way, I bow down to your awesomeness.

    I am totally awesome and one day I'll be able to prove it.
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