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    the Pale Man, Pan's Labyrinth. WIP

    Some work on the Pale Man from Pan's Labyrinth. Super Sculpey, 10 1/2 inch. minus base. Not to be confused with Casey Love's version. Going to be bookend for my brother. More to come, still WIP.


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    Love this, the skin work really impresses me, has great weight to it, thanks for sharing

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    i like it so far. are his lings suppowed to be that skinny?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gonzossm View Post
    i like it so far. are his lings suppowed to be that skinny?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n9YD2PFF31E
    Looks accurate.

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    Impressive stuff. The accuracy and likeness is superb, especially the head. looking forward to seeing the finished piece.

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    Freakin' awesome. You got a lucky brother! I love the saggy skin; you achieved it brilliantly! As for the character design itself, I love it. I remember holding back the need to pause and rewind the scene where you first see it (my girlfriend would not have been pleased, lol) cause I was so impressed. Good work!
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    Wow, looks really cool. I think the pose is very good particularly the 3rd shot down.

    The likeness is pretty much spot on too. I love this character, maybe you could get some glass eyes for his hands?

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    Thanks for the crits Lathen, Gonzossm, meowoot, wraith, Dee Bingo, & Dark Power. The legs are supposed to be skinny; the musculature with this guy is almost non-existant, I was even a little more generous in some areas than the movie version. Also, i'm being just a bit more dramatic with the skin. As for the eyes in the hands, i'm planning on doing a paint covered in apoxie approach. In the film they dont have as much lens depth as we do. a bit like red cataracts! After this i'm going to be making Ofelia, for the other bookend. Thanks all!

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    Great model here, maybe the head seems to be a little bit small, but it's only a personal impression...

    Bye

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