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    First Post, 1/4 scale Vincent Price

    Greetings all, first time poster, so feel free to offer thoughts and advice. The photo is of a 1/4 scale Vincent Price I am working on as a desk piece for my wife, who is a huge Price fan. SuperSculpey Firm is the medium, still have to finish up the collar and base, but the face is complete. Thanks for taking a look!
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    wow. i'm not sure if it's just me, but the eye's look a bit freaky, probably due to the fact that I can't find the pupils. which, honestly, is awesome looking. I love it. great work and keep it up
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    This is awesome, great likeness - I love it.
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    Very good. Great likeness. She should love it.

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    Very Well Done. I had to Google the name, but as soon as I heard his voice, it all clicked. Make sure to post when the base is done..
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    A great likeness and exelently captured expression - congratulations, your wife should be proud of you
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    Quote Originally Posted by RandAlThor View Post
    Very Well Done. I had to Google the name, but as soon as I heard his voice, it all clicked. Make sure to post when the base is done..
    WHAAAAAT?!?!?!?!!
    How can you draw monsters and such and not know who Vincent Price is?

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    Vincent Price, ready to go on the wifes desk

    here's a couple of pictures of the finished Vincent Price bust including one of him sitting in the dome which will go on my wife's desk. . The dome is a touch too big, but it is one we had on hand so it'll do for now anyway. Thanks for taking a look!
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    it is not too big, is just right...


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    cool nice work First Post, 1/4 scale Vincent Price
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    First Post, 1/4 scale Vincent Price
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    Martinmack:

    Consider adding to the base...maybe mounting your sculpture on a round or square of marble, alabaster, or some other material. It would add to the visual stability and mass even if it is already balanced. When I go to resale shops I am always looking for old trophies I can scavenge parts from! You could also build up a base by buying marble or granite tile from Home Depot and cutting it up with a tile cutter and stacking it.

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    and very nicely done! I am impressed.
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