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    The New Giants

    these are a couple of acromegaly studies we've been working on to go with the barbarian from comic-con. in my mind I think they are probably a young Oled , Laup and Motsn Iva from the Easter Island Giant piece that did not come out. more pics coming later . thanks for looking





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    This shows some of the other artists involved with the Gnomon Masterclasses this Nov.


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s7rVM...oshare_twitter


    thanks Travis!

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    It must be hard being the littlest giant. You are a giant after all, but all the other giants pick on you and laugh...

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    Beautifull work!!!

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    Aris -

    You are the man.
    Here is the reworked Komodo King face, a couple of test runs for the Gnomon stuff, and a Barlowe Thype bust study















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    Hey, It is great to see good others caps from your Artworks!
    I hope to see the other steps soon!

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    These are lovely sculptures! Have you hardened these in multiple steps in oven, or is it soft all through the model? How long on each character?
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    A gang of giants have banded together to save some bears while bad dudes get bonked hard in the face.

    I've always liked giants and one night recently I went kind of google/acromegaly nuts and these studies are the result, they need more weapons but I'm just trying to get the different body types kind of resolved at this point. thanks for looking

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    Thank you so much for the book and the drawings, I just saw them and your book was amazing , I have a whole new respect for the monsters you are creating, page after page of cool ideas. thanks again

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    hey whats up , probably 20 hours into each ? maybe 30 I try not to even think about I kind of go by days I think. We do bake them in a conventional oven at about 220 degrees. This clay is Sculpey Firm and I bake them for about an hour, then let it cool way down, and start working on it again.hope that helps. you can check out our forum for polymer clay talk @ shiflettbrothers.com

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    That's a nice look'n bunch there. Keep up the good work. And how come you don't have your live sculpting on Wednesday nights anymore?

    "Man's mind, once stretched by a new idea, never regains its original dimensions." ~ Oliver Wendell Holmes
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    B.O.L.

    I enjoy the webcast I will definitely get it going again , I find the Justin.tv site to have a lot of consistent glitches that are irritating , I would like to find a webcast site a hair better.

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    Always so amazed when I see your work guys

    Brilliant as usual

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    Your welcome Jarrod, you are also a great inspiration for me.

    I really appreciate your giants, I know you will updated them at a time or another.
    I think it would be great if they could have few pieces of armors..


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    I love gaints too. LOL

    Nice work. Very realistic and full of character. I especially like the biggest one with his facial features and strange but realistic anatomy.

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    awesome, these guys are full of character! Hope you stick with it ,you may be even awesomer one day

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    thanks ! Our Masterclass at Gnomon Workshop runs through the next two weeks

    http://www.gnomonmasterclasses.com/forums/

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    whoa man , i feel so noobish looking at your work haha. seriously though your characters have so much ....character ! i love their facial expressions and the style you put into the forms of the body. brilliant stuff !
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    Thanks guys, here's some more randoms most in Sculpey Firm except for this 1890'2 Man Tank which is Billy Mayes Mighty Putty.



    This is me in the Comic-Con Exhibitors NewsWire, we have no clue why.



    LuLu The Destroyer , just finished and cast and available soon!


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    wolverine sketch


    Check us out in Booth 4621 in the Fantasy Illustrator's Area at Comic-Con and our How To Panel on Friday at 11 am.

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