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    Warhammer - Jabberslythe

    This is my current project and my first attempt at creating a series of tutorial videos for YouTube. The link below is the first of those videos and will give you all an idea of what the Jabberslythe project is. Hope you like it. I will add additional links for each video when I get them filmed, edited and posted.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZnoK8achekU

    I will be adding some pics of the Jabberslythe to my gallery eventually but the video is probably the best way to see it. Below is a link however if you want to have a look at my past works and works in progress (I tend to have a lot of things on the go or on hold at once).

    http://www.conceptart.org/?artist=JI7

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    This is the next video which contains a short and simple sculpting session and an introduction to the tools I use - nothing jaw-dropping. Hope some of you like it and/or find it useful.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f8nxJXrv7Ok

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    :0 that is amazing! if you figure out how to mold and cast it i would love to hear it

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    It would be possible to mold and cast but it would take a bit of work and I don't know that it would be worth the effort. Glad you like it. If I ever do mold and cast it then I will let you know.

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