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    whoah! That is mega cool!

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    Wow, man, I don't know what to say. This stuff is awesome!

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    Wow, thanks to everyone who commented, it means a lot to me, I really appreciate it.

    Yngling-First I make the head, I let that determine the scale. Then I draw a side view template, a full scale skeleton laying out all the working joints. Then I make the metal skeleton, shoot it and superimpose it on a shot of a real animal. Assuming everything's OK, I flesh out the body.

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    Norel-Thanks, so far no interest from publishers, as soon as it gets picked up I'll let everyone know, you won't be able to shut me up BTW, no CG was harmed in the making of this book, it's all sets

    Ian Miles-Thank you!!! I have no idea how you did that, it looks great!!

    El Jeremie-I AM NOT!!! At least not right now.. Oh wait a minute, I misread your post, sorry, my bad


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    unreal! fantastic and inspiring! whats the ball park materials costs for one of these sculpts/puppets? just curious.

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    smokenmirrors- I'm guessing somewhere around $50-100 US. Transmission shops let me pick through their scrap piles and take anything I want so the gears and bearings are mostly free. The main cost is in the sheet metal and non-conduit tubing.

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    the cheetah is amazing!!

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    amazing!

    i can't believe some publisher hasn't picked up on this yet.. i know i would!
    there's SO much merit in these, i have a hard time trying to keep an erection down

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    Sweet stuff

    Truly deserve the five stars rating you've gotten
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    I'd give ya six if I could, buddy! (five will have to do)

    At first I was like 'wow! cool sculptures'
    then I was like 'wait! they move!? Sweet!'
    Then I was like "OMG, he's made them for the sole purpose of a book, and they are not works in and of themselves!?'

    ~head explody~

    The book looks fucking fantastic. What a great way to show that there are many many other way to make an awesome 3d image rather than just relying on 3d graphics.

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    ahahhaaha, how cool is that? that´s what I call art, fantastic man.

    you have got the skills of an engineer, may I ask what you studied?

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    Awesome. Your sculpture is already off the hook, but your incorporation of the sculptural works into 2D art just takes it to the next level. Inspiring stuff.

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    amazing work, i love the elephant

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    alyssa milano, Mindflaw, lordarka, willalwin -thank you very much
    Hyver-thanks, and put that thing away before you poke your eye out
    Sublimus-Thank you and I agree
    Darkside - thanks, I'm a commercial photographer by trade and training, although sometimes I wonder if I'm in the right career. Making stuff is just so much more fun.

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    love these!

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