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    Something Wicked This Way Comes

    here's a new piece that I'm working on. thanks
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    Woo~~~so cool!!

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    hey broh its good to see you posting again
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    kickass. those veins..

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    wow that's amazing!

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    Best shit I've seen in a while. Lovely keep it up!

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    Killer work and loving it! Sorry I have not written you in awhile, life has been crazy.

    Are you going to attend the San Diego ComicCon? I'll be in the artist alley again, so stop by if you are around.
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    thanks for future nightmares I am going to get.







    really good though I like the viens

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    Haha, this sculpting stuff is so sick(gotta try this out sometime).

    Terrifying stuff, I love it

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    What program are u using? The difficulty has a big part of the compexity, and all that.I'm still using Maya, and have just started using Zbrush. Ain't it all wunderful?
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    hes using a program called clay.

    spiderzero, have u ever made a not badass sculpture?

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    thanks everyone
    Jason! I maybe going afterall. Will definitely look you up when I do
    clayman101, this is super sculpey + epoxy putty

    here's an update:
    upping the disturbing factor (the theme song for this piece should be DOWN WITH THE SICKNESS by Disturbed) :lol:
    more areas detailed in: forearm-R, right hand, parts of the back (a little The Thing Norris look alike going on back there . still a lot more anatomy works needed


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    Holy crap man - that is one insane sculpt!
    Keep up the awesome work!

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    wonderful!

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    that back shot is amazing, spiderzero you keep stuntin and i love it. Break that loin cloth though and throw it away, im expecting a very disturbing penis and testicle arrangement.

    seriously i dare you to show us one of your unsuccesfull sculptures if such exist.

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    Jesus man your a machine!, I haven't even had the time to build your butterball and you already have tons of new sculpt projects!

    Great sculpting man!

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    Wow that is insane. I love all your work.

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    Your sculpting is as your taste in music: excellent!
    Can´t wait to see this one finished and painted!

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    i love such kind design! ))) very cool, really!)

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    Just insane man. You have an amazing control over details.

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    twisted and f*cked up! brilliant!

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    Great concept & execution, turned out real spooky!

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    hey thanks guys! here's a pic of the painted resin kit (painted by the uber talented Joe Dunaway).
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    Hey tehre s some Resident Evil things inside this guy. I like your way of sculpting, very organic and detailled but without telling too much, the tool is still there. Very cool
    Rémy (sorry for the poor english level)

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    I love the painted version. It sure is a wicked piece.

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    Spiderzero, you have a mighty big hammer and you swing it with deadly precision all praises go to you and your work. I hope to be as good as you one day. I will post some of my sculpts that I have soon. Keep on the doing your sickest stuff. can't wait to see your next pieces, (drooling with anticipation.)

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    Thumbs up

    It reminds me Carlos Huante's work. I like it.

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    Great work man! I love all of your work. Question for you though. Ever seen the movie Something Wicked This Way Comes..? Awesome movie.
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    I love this man! I get all nastalgic looking at this getting resident evil flash backs of me alone in my dark quiet house at 2am hearing zombies dragging there lifeless feet across cold pavment 0_0! Thanks you sir!
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