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    Roostercat's DINOSAURS and other Creatures Update JAN the 30th 2013 page 12 post 333

    [ATTACH]undefined[/ATTACH]Through these pages you will find dinosaurs creatures and more. You are about to explore part of the work of Galileo Hernandez Nunez ( Roostercat)


    AHH!!, finally:cry: , after a lot of inspiration and frustration, its finally finished, well, at least the sculpture, let me know what do you guys think.

    THIS IS WITH NIGHT LIGHT, TOMORROW I'M GONNA TAKE SOME DAY LIGHT SHOTS.





















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    That is crazy! Awesome job!

    As Samus Aran would say "............"

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    Absolutely amazing. O_O

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    that effing huge!
    where you're gonna put that thing, use it as a garden dwarf?
    Very nice work, lovin the TLC you've put in the texture...

    ...painting time?

    ciao

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    Incredible!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    How did you make the skin??????

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    Oops. Gulp! (jaw dropped)

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    Respect!

    This is awesome.
    This truly brings back memories.
    The details are exact, as if you took stan winstons REX and scale it down.

    Amazing.

    Hats down.

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    tHANKS TO ALL FOR YOUR KIND WORDS.

    My own version of Rhedosaurus.
































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    wow amazing detail, good job man, but cmon no the doggy lol i can see scared kids running away screaming out fear! lol

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    this is truly an amazing Sculpt.. I love that you used the scale look and patterns
    found on modern reptiles.. It adds a very realistic feel to your sculpt..

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    yowzas!
    awesome work man.
    Dedication, patience and skill at its finest.
    I'm also curious, how long did this one take you?

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    Incredible. Beautiful work.

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    stunning. what are you going to do with it? how mich would you charch for a pull of the head?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coinpurse View Post
    yowzas!
    awesome work man.
    Dedication, patience and skill at its finest.
    I'm also curious, how long did this one take you?


    I don't know, about 3 months

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    Quote Originally Posted by sloopster View Post
    stunning. what are you going to do with it? how mich would you charch for a pull of the head?

    well, i wanna make some casts, but first found someone interested on thsi.

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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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    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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