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    Icon The Lord of the Rings, Fell Beast (pic heavy)

    Hi
    I'm currently working on building/sculpting a full head and partial neck of a Fell Beast from the Lord of the Rings for a Uni project.
    I've been working on the build for 6 days so far, so im a fair bit along but I just wanted to post up the progress pics and see what people think.
    Just stuck the teeth in today, only had time to roughly put them in place but im liking it so far.
    Gonna block in the areas behind the teeth as well to make sure there's no problems when it comes to molding.
    Crits and comments more than welcome
    Thanks for looking.

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    Waiting for pics.....

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    Looking good! Those first several pictures are questionable though.

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    Lol, yeah it did start out in an unfortunate shape!

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    wicked.. what is that yellow stuff you use to block it in? I see that stuff in my basement walls...

    This is great stuff, can wait to see more detailing work!

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    Bloody cracking work, should look awesome when its finished.
    Bet you had a few interesting questions in the early stage

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    Haha! I agree with B-Splat: I'm certain a few curious onlookers were not quite seeing what you were going for if they just walked in on those early stages.

    I love Great Stuff spray foam. I've used it on Halloween projects when I was younger (much to the chagrin of my Dad and to the mucking up of the floor of our garage). I'm really pleased by your armature set up. It looks solid.

    As for the piece itself, you've certainly hit on my desires to do large-scale work. I'd love to have that mounted above the entry into my home.

    So far, I'm blown away by the details you've achieved and the exactness of your translation. I'm definitely looking forward to seeing the progress on this.

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    cool!but where in the name of god are you gonna store it when done?!!

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