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    Digital Download of The Dragon of Argos DVD

    Here is a link to the digital download of our Dragon of Argos Fantasy Sculpting DVD we did with The Gnomon Workshop. Gnomon is the best school we could have possibly done the dvd with so we are super proud of it and how it came out.

    It is a DVD Rom which means the DVD plays on your computer , or you can do the download online here, it's super simple and a lot of people are doing it this way.

    http://www.thegnomonworkshop.com/sto...tasy-Sculpting

    Ok thanks!

    Jarrod

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    This is great photo coverage of our entire booth at Comic-Con 2011 , by PlastiKitty . Thanks guys!

    http://networkedblogs.com/kVTN1

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    ComicCon Exhibitors Newsletter


    Death From Above



    LuLu :The Destroyer





    It's in Talking Shop here-

    http://www.shiflettbrothers.com/foru...c&topicID=4593





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    Your sculptures are very dynamic looking, and it seems that the name 'Shiflett Brothers' is very well known. But why the 'rough' look? Don't get me wrong, I like 'em, but just wondering

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    Lordluud2

    Thanks dude! and yeah we get that a lot.

    Basically we like it to feel like the sculptor has just walked away, that's the number one thing I think. If we sand too much, and I actually enjoy the process of sanding, but if we sand sometimes at all or too much we lose something for sure.
    Our process is super additive, one piece over another, like dripping a sandcastle sideways and that also makes it look rough.
    We have immense trouble with mechanical stuff or straight lines, like a car or a tank would be hell for us, even guns give us trouble, so we try to lean towards organics and things that can be kind of sketchy.

    Here is one of our demos on Youtube we're you can see us laying on strip after strip on top of one another , that's what causes it for better or worse.

    Barbarian Demo
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g6J71NK2Vog

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    Jups, I have seen that video (a few times already to be honest). I used it as a reference and gave me some very good insight on how to tackle a sculpture like that. I also tend to add clay rather than to remove. I find it gives the sculpter more control over what he is doing.

    You guys do some very good work, and please keep posting more stuff and videos. You can never have enough of those!

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    I love your work, Jarrod. What I like the most about it is that it has such an energy: your sculptures are like 3d equivalents of impasto or alla prima paintings. You can really see the artist's hand in the sculpt, which is cool.

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    lordluud2 & Saracen

    Thanks guys! Hey I'm glad you could take something from that demo. Glad yall like the work. Here is a short clip from the DVD

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ezVRHLCK4N8

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