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    Is like to see you do a terminator with no skin. These are both good but I like the old one more.
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    You mean the plain endoskeleton robot? I might do one eventually, but it is a difficult piece to sculpt in super sculpey.

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    I'm not an artist so I don't know but ill take your word for it. I just think that would be impressive.
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    Really outstanding work! The likeness and attention to detail is incredible, these must take you forever to complete. Great job on the Predator sculpt also, I hadn't seen that one before. It's awesome that you have no formal training too, I majored in sculpture and have never done anything to the level of finish you have here, very impressive.
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    Hey Al....good to see that you finally did get some comments, and some good ones as well. Your work is very good....I believe that when the untrained does great work it is more pure and untainted by the Ivy Towers of education. Even though its subject matter is something that is iconic, it still shows the raw talent. { I praise the untrained because I am also untrained, but I never let it even slow me down. I have taught myself to play six musical instruments, taught myself to paint and sculpt, and build.} It says more to me when someone does something just because they wanted to. I salute you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pendhyll View Post
    Really outstanding work! The likeness and attention to detail is incredible, these must take you forever to complete. Great job on the Predator sculpt also, I hadn't seen that one before. It's awesome that you have no formal training too, I majored in sculpture and have never done anything to the level of finish you have here, very impressive.
    Thanks. All it takes is observation and patience to do what I do, and the ability to translate what you see to the clay as best you can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mah ' Crub View Post
    Hey Al....good to see that you finally did get some comments, and some good ones as well. Your work is very good....I believe that when the untrained does great work it is more pure and untainted by the Ivy Towers of education. Even though its subject matter is something that is iconic, it still shows the raw talent. { I praise the untrained because I am also untrained, but I never let it even slow me down. I have taught myself to play six musical instruments, taught myself to paint and sculpt, and build.} It says more to me when someone does something just because they wanted to. I salute you.

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    Thank you, I really appreciate that. I would like to create some *real* art one day, but I'm so caught up in iconic imagery, that to be able to recreate it in some form makes me feel a part of it.... and I like that feeling, and knowing that other fans feel something when they look at the work. If I was trained though, I would probably be able to sculpt faster lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alaneye View Post
    Thank you, I really appreciate that. I would like to create some *real* art one day, but I'm so caught up in iconic imagery, that to be able to recreate it in some form makes me feel a part of it.... and I like that feeling, and knowing that other fans feel something when they look at the work. If I was trained though, I would probably be able to sculpt faster lol

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    real art is crap go do some super hero sculpts
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    Haha, I hear you. What I mean is, something completely designed by me, rather than based on someone else's work. It would still be the kind of thing that I sculpt now though.

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    I've not been sculpting much for a past month or so, but managed to get some time on old Arnold. I still have some finishing of the hair and the t-shirt and some touching up here and there. I've made the jaw piston with some aluminium tubing, but I don't know if I'll stay with that. Hope you like

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    Amazing! The leather jacket is just like real, the wounds are cool too, and I think I commented on the incredible likeness a month or so ago Keep it up!
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    hello there!! im loving these Governators..ha.., im very new to sculpting and was wondering what tool(s) you used for texture on the "skin" and "leather"??
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    I use paper embossing stylus' they are often double ended and the metal tips are made in various sized balls.

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