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    Wink 2 inches tall sculpey character (WIP)

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    are you sure this isn't just some old dudes head you chopped off and shrunk? if not is dazling!!

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    More amazing work I always enjoy looking at your work you bring so much your work. I think this is another great sculpt. The only critique i can give is maybe a little more work on the teeth. I think maybe showing some of the gums in his grin could add some character, but on the other hand it has its own look the way it is now.

    I am currently trying to work on small scale characters, i do alright larger scale, but i am still trying to do small scale faces. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

    Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks a lot guys!
    Alter egos, i,ve noticed that after the shots and it's taken care of now.

    I personaly find it a lot easyer to establish forms in smaller scales than life size.Adding detail and texture can be a little harder than in large sculpts though. If you can do it large, then you 'll be able to do it small too. No doupt about that! It's just a matter of practice and material.
    You probably already know that you need something firmer for small scale sculpts.

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    Wo I missed this one!
    this is great,especially for the size. You clearly have a natural gift for sculpting and it shows in the fluid forms of your work, I'm glad you've joined the forum,I look forward to your next update and what weird and wonderful characters you will inspire us with next!

    Thanks for sharing.

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    good to see you found this forum i know every one is going to be blown away buy your sulpts

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    Thank you very much for your kind words guys!!

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