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    1890's man tank , in progress

    This is a concept sketch, meaning I'm not finishing it from the other side!, it started out as a more historical piece but then started getting a little more genre/fantasy looking.



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    Very cool....kind of reminds me of David Bowie's movie " Labyrinth."

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    Here is an update on the 1890's Vertical Man-Tank



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    I am totally loving this, mostly because I love rusty metal, but the sculpt is great ....and your operator and his mechanic are so realistic....top notch.


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    Ok so this is where these guys ended up , and it's on it's way to Comic-Con. Check us out in booth 4621 in The Fantasy Illustrator's Area , we will have a How-To panel upstairs on friday at 10am. thanks yall





    All of the tank is Billy Mayes Mighty Putty, the ground is paperclay , the wood is wood.

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    you shiflett boys, you.

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    Thanks dose206

    Brandon told me that brilliant Japanese sculptor Susuma Sugita came by the booth, pointed at the single wisp of hair on the old man and exclaimed ' Your Brother!' Like I said, he's brilliant.

    Thanks to everyone who came by the booth at Comic-con and specifically our sculpting panel upstairs.

    Yes Spielberg came to Comic-Con for the first time. Yes he pulled a fan from the crowd, and yes the fan started to weep as they embraced. Comic-Con does not bury a lead! Shiflett Bros on stage!



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    Great sculpt as always. Is it just me or does the mechanic look like Chuck Liddell?

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