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    Wow, they all look great painted, but Mr Cooper really pops....he almost looks real. Fantastic job.

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    STARSKY & HUTCH

    Thanks Twetwintiger, just needles, and magnifying lenses.

    Thanks Mah´Crub !

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    ANGEL

    1/12 scale

    Miniature works

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    I have long seen you work ... very inspiring.

    I like to custom table top game figure, and I try to follow the way you create a figure without a wire armature. and the results are quite pleasing to me. I'll try to post once completed, on my tread.

    thanks...

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    Incredible! To much realism. Looks like they are alive.
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    Hola Alex, tenia tiempo de no visitar el foro y me fascino la evolucion de tu trabajo. Felicidades!!! eres una verdadera inspiracion. Por cierto como consigues sculpey ? yo batallo mucho y solo encuentro plastiloka como epoxica y hasta ahi. He utilizado Aves pero fue una odisea conseguirla.
    It's better to be remembered as the sand in the gears and not as the oil.
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    that's so great
    small excellent
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    Quote Originally Posted by sun8urn View Post
    I have long seen you work ... very inspiring.

    I like to custom table top game figure, and I try to follow the way you create a figure without a wire armature. and the results are quite pleasing to me. I'll try to post once completed, on my tread.

    thanks...

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    GOOD!! I'll been waiting for that pic's
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    Quote Originally Posted by starship View Post
    Incredible! To much realism. Looks like they are alive.
    Encouraging words my friend, thanks so much !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 6thSun View Post
    Hola Alex, tenia tiempo de no visitar el foro y me fascino la evolucion de tu trabajo. Felicidades!!! eres una verdadera inspiracion. Por cierto como consigues sculpey ? yo batallo mucho y solo encuentro plastiloka como epoxica y hasta ahi. He utilizado Aves pero fue una odisea conseguirla.
    Gracias!! si estas en la Cd. de México encuentras sculpy en la calle de Uruguay en el centro junto al palacio nacional.
    La venden a un precio accesible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dacian View Post
    that's so great
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    Apressiate your comment my friend.
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    very beautiful and really encourage me to do my own figures which I have been thinking since a year ago.
    I walk by fate not by sight.
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    It compliments also for these beautiful pieces !!!
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