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    Biolantte Redesign

    Hey there, i posted the godzilla redesign pics last night and here is the piece that goes along with it.

    biolantte, stands about 3 feet tall. made out of super sculpey. cooked in a furnace and painted with an airbursh.

    also posted 2 process pics.

    let me know what you guys think.

    take care.

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    Dude that is just sick!!! How much sculpey do you use on something that size? The detail on the lower half is just amazing! Can't wait to see them both together, and more of your work in the future.

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    Really amazing. Must have cost at least few hundred bucks for the sculpey alone...but money well spent.

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    Wow, that's is cool! What an ambitious undertaking.

    Very impressive work.

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    Incredible. It has a dragon esk vibe to me, like a giant serpent, but made out of plants. Well done on both models!

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    Fantastic , It`s growing out of the ground.

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    Wow. And here I thought the Godzilla was amazing. pld:

    Good lord dude, that is just too freakin' cool. Wow. Where are
    you putting them when you're done? I'd imagine they're going to
    take up a massive amount of space, especially if they're facing
    off against one another. I'd love to see a pic of them once they're
    all set up in their permanent home.

    Anyway, another incredible piece man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by troyboy View Post
    Wow. And here I thought the Godzilla was amazing. pld:

    Good lord dude, that is just too freakin' cool. Wow. Where are
    you putting them when you're done? I'd imagine they're going to
    take up a massive amount of space, especially if they're facing
    off against one another. I'd love to see a pic of them once they're
    all set up in their permanent home.

    Anyway, another incredible piece man.
    thank you soo much man, i've seen your work and its awesome, so the kind words are greatly appericiated

    right now they're sitting in my room, and they do take up a lot of room.

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    YOU ARE A GOLDEN GOD!!!!

    In all seriousness, kudos for not only picking my absolute favorite kaiju for a redesign... but also for doing such a great job on it!!!!

    Zombaby, Spectral Squid, Evil Bunnies, Alien Art Students...

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    Question

    SUPER DUDE.....and the painting is stonish ! good work
    Can you share..? what brand do you use for painting and do you seal the super sculpey firt and what warnish to protect the paint ..
    Thanks for sharing !

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    Wow that's great, the detail is incredible. I didn't realise how big it was til I scrolled down. Amazing!

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    From one G fan to another, that is amazing work!

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    I love this sculpt, I love it!!! such talent!!

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    Good God! What's this for?Is it a personal project or commissioned? Awesome detail, man!

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    COOL! increible detalle man! felicitaciones good job!

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    What a great design!!!!!!! And the sheer size!!!!
    Amazing!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Akitsu View Post
    YOU ARE A GOLDEN GOD!!!!

    In all seriousness, kudos for not only picking my absolute favorite kaiju for a redesign... but also for doing such a great job on it!!!!

    thank you soo much

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    Quote Originally Posted by riteguytu View Post
    Good God! What's this for?Is it a personal project or commissioned? Awesome detail, man!
    personal project for school.

    it was a lot of fun, but i couldnt have done it without the help of my friend ernest, we pretty much thought up the concept and build the armature together and worked on it hard and long hours

    thank you for the kind words

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    Quote Originally Posted by fritofrito View Post
    personal project for school.

    it was a lot of fun, but i couldnt have done it without the help of my friend ernest, we pretty much thought up the concept and build the armature together and worked on it hard and long hours

    thank you for the kind words
    Well then, thank you to you and your friend Ernest aswell for helping create such a wonderful piece of art! *applauds*

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    By the way, I'm a little curious, how many boxes of Sculpey (if it was Sculpey that you used?) did this creation take to make?

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    woo.. I like it so much, the effect of wood crust on the skin of the creature is great, and the brilliant color red inside of it ... reminds me to the damn tree in the movie Sleepy Hollow, but this is more alive and more terrifying. Good work!!

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    Wow.. that's an epic piece my friend. the texturing is amazing, and absolutely the love the concept. Can't wait to see more!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fruitdot View Post
    By the way, I'm a little curious, how many boxes of Sculpey (if it was Sculpey that you used?) did this creation take to make?

    man i dont remember exactly but i know the sculpey cost was about 300 dollars...so it was a lot haha.

    i'm actually think of selling this guy, to make up for it lol.

    and thank you for the kind words.

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    woo.. I like it so much, the effect of wood crust on the skin of the creature is great, and the brilliant color red inside of it ... reminds me to the damn tree in the movie Sleepy Hollow, but this is more alive and more terrifying. Good work!!
    thank you very much. its even more terrifying in person

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    Hey Frito,

    Perfect, working absurd.
    I loved the textures.
    Insane !!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fritofrito View Post
    man i dont remember exactly but i know the sculpey cost was about 300 dollars...so it was a lot haha.
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    Hah hah, I'm just starting to dabble with sculpture, and from the few sites I've visited, that sounds like around 30 pounds, heh. At lest for the type I was looking at.


    Great model, I absolutely love all the detail you put into it.

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    Very awesome detail, I like it very much.

    You are genius, man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fritofrito View Post
    man i dont remember exactly but i know the sculpey cost was about 300 dollars...so it was a lot haha.

    i'm actually think of selling this guy, to make up for it lol.

    and thank you for the kind words.
    Wow, I'd be really tempted to buy it, but I'm not sure I can afford to put that kind of money on a sculpture atm considering the fact that I'm studying at the Uni... also shipping costs would probably be quite a lot with me living in Sweden. :p But it'd be gnarley having it in my room or something! xD whoever buys it will be a "lucky-cheese" (direct translation from a Swedish saying, haha, just wrote it cus' it sounds so funny in English :p). If I were you tho, I'd definately keep it! I'd be so proud of myself over it that I couldn't bare the thought of parting with it, lol. ^^ Is it maybe possible to do castings of it that you could sell, or is it too complicated with a sculpture of this calibur?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fruitdot View Post
    Wow, I'd be really tempted to buy it, but I'm not sure I can afford to put that kind of money on a sculpture atm considering the fact that I'm studying at the Uni... also shipping costs would probably be quite a lot with me living in Sweden. :p But it'd be gnarley having it in my room or something! xD whoever buys it will be a "lucky-cheese" (direct translation from a Swedish saying, haha, just wrote it cus' it sounds so funny in English :p). If I were you tho, I'd definately keep it! I'd be so proud of myself over it that I couldn't bare the thought of parting with it, lol. ^^ Is it maybe possible to do castings of it that you could sell, or is it too complicated with a sculpture of this calibur?
    yeah i have issues with parting with it, but money is so tight, and i want to do other projects as well and blah i dunno.

    but i know a casting would be pretty hard to do for sure, i dont even know if it is possible without cutting the sculpture into pieces but who knows. if i do manage to do it then i'll let you know

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    Amazing creature.
    Is it coming straight out your imagination or is it some kind of mythic best.
    Nice paint job BTW.

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