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    The making of acrocanthosaurus

    Step by step on the making of 1:15 scale Acrocanthosaurus atokensis.














































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    A big WOW! So is this how you make all of them? From skeleton to flesh and skin? Incredible, as usual! These scales are killer! I've never tried scales on something so big and honestly I'm scared to... It looks like tremendous ammount of work Congratulations, a great piece!

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    beautiful...so much work...beautiful

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    Great work, especially the head with the meticulous scaling.

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    Gorgeous as usual! Do you make the scales one by one?

    Is that reddish clay Chavant clay?

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    WOW!!!

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    amazing prehistory wildlife sculpt !


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    Stunning as ever. I greatly enjoy your WIP shots. What all types of materials are you using in this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SavageGoldfish View Post
    Stunning as ever. I greatly enjoy your WIP shots. What all types of materials are you using in this?

    Thanks.

    The materials are.

    1.- Aluminium Foil
    2.- Original Sculpey
    3.- Epoxy clay ( for the Teeth)

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    Thank you for sharing, I get stuck staring at all the scales. Amazing as always.

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    Uber awesome!!!Thanks!!!

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    It's great to be able to see your process, Galileo. I see you like to get the head far along early in the sculpt- I often work like that as well. I usually have a hard time getting into the sculpt until the head looks right. It feels like it's alive at that point.
    I know I've said it before, but I really love this piece, man.

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    What a nice work! nice detals ues the different materials is so help for sculper~!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GojulasPrime23 View Post
    It's great to be able to see your process, Galileo. I see you like to get the head far along early in the sculpt- I often work like that as well. I usually have a hard time getting into the sculpt until the head looks right. It feels like it's alive at that point.
    I know I've said it before, but I really love this piece, man.
    Thanks David.

    Yes, I think we are the same After all we share the same passion, the same craziness for details.

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    And yes, you are totally right, I focus on the head in the first place, I have learned that by observing Iguanas, Varanus, chameleons and many kind of reptiles. I am sure that you have done the same.

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    WOW, just WOW ! Amazing sculpture

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    its awesome is that complete or not

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    awesome detail i like that

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