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    My Sculpture Doris

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    very cool. is this a personal design or is it borrowed? has a guyver feel to it. there is no doubt that you are very very talented. excellent work!

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    Wow thats wicked is this 'the' takeya as the name says on the thread (takeya00)if so i love your work,if not thats an absolutely brilliant copy of his style

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    Quote Originally Posted by maddmaestro View Post
    very cool. is this a personal design or is it borrowed? has a guyver feel to it. there is no doubt that you are very very talented. excellent work!

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    Thanks your appreciation,
    This sculpture is refers to Japanese tv in mask rider zo a role.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barbelith2000ad View Post
    Wow thats wicked is this 'the' takeya as the name says on the thread (takeya00)if so i love your work,if not thats an absolutely brilliant copy of his style
    Because I am his adorer, therefore bold used his name to take the code number, also referred to his carving style to attempt makes this sculpture.

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    Splendid! Could we have a little more background info on how you did it, etc?

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    Love it!! Reminds me of the Guyver too, except a little more pissed off! lol. Can't wait to see more.

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    Wow you did an amazing job the style is so much like takeya you must be very happy to achieve the similarity,well you got me thinking is it takeya or not takeya,excellent,beautifully moulded too looks very clean.
    Is it going to hold some strange takeya type weapon?

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    Great work indeed. You added so much crazy details, love your work.

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    Cool Design, Cool Pose & Cool Details...
    I'm curious to see it painted.

    My compliments

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    Thanks you to appreciate!
    Because the present considered that produces this gk,
    presently is bustling about in the manufacture,
    therefore late some once more post many somewhat will assemble other fitting's photograph to give you to look.
    Thanks.

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    excellent character for a great final piece
    texture are great as is the pose

    congrats

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    excellent stuff duder.

    what compound was used to sculpt in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thingymajiggas View Post
    excellent stuff duder.

    what compound was used to sculpt in?
    that is a good question...

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    this is one of the most beautiful things i've ever seen in this forum. so much detail that works so well together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thingymajiggas View Post
    excellent stuff duder.

    what compound was used to sculpt in?
    This is the industrial used sculpture material,
    China domestic produces " Oil clay" ,
    is rambunctious compared with we general commonly used super sculpey,
    dry will not become because of it hard is may circulate uses again,
    after therefore has completed the carving,
    must make the casting prototype immediately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrr View Post
    this is one of the most beautiful things i've ever seen in this forum. so much detail that works so well together.
    Thank you so much your appreciation.

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    Brilliant texture work. Fantastic proportions and pose.

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    Thanks appreciation,
    late some will post many some photo to share for you.

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    really good mesh of hard edges, organic details, and textures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robert.B View Post
    really good mesh of hard edges, organic details, and textures.
    Thanks!
    Your sketch Character also very cool.

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    shes gorgeous

    my book o' doodles

    Interested in some Team CHOW? i'm all for it :3
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