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    Ahah it looks so easy! but only look .
    That will roxXx, i want to see it paint!!

    Pretty baby face, sir!
    #Fan inside.#
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    xD eeeeek another one~!! Yay
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    I agree you make this looks so sooo easy then i go back to my sculpture and am like damn hahaha

    great work thankyou for your efforts and sharing them!
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    Smellybug, your first tutorial was really inspiring and its awsome to see that your doing another one.
    I have a question for either you or anyone who knows something about this, and that is: How crutial is it to use alluminum wire when making the armature. I've tryed everywhere from a local metals store to home depot or arts stores and can't seem to find any. Do you use aluminum simply because its easy to work with or is it important later on in, say, the fireing process?
    Are there other alternatives you could suggest?
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    Fantastic stuff (as always)!
    Thanks for sharing!
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    ohhh man!!! this is awesome!!! long time since I visited this great forum the last time...

    amazing to come bak and catch u un the making of this beautifull (¿?¿?¿?) sculpt..



    keep on rocking!!!

    we all wanna learn from you

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    nice to see u working dude!!!!

    u are the best!!!!

    question.. where can I get good muscles reference images on the net???

    Im making a spiderman and a aioria (saint seiya E - G ), and I want to make them as good as I can...

    thanks foryour time sharing your creation dude!!!..

    really apreciate this...

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    Sweet stuff! keep the magic coming please!
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    Oh hey, the mobile armature, something you didn't use in the other tutorial.
    Question:
    when you turned it over, what part were you grabbing to turn it?
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    I have learned so much from your Tutorials. thanks man
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    WOW! awesome work ....
    question...why did you mixed the different kinds of sculpey...im a layman
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    Gao: Not using mixed sculpey here...just using the new gray firmer sculpey. Good stuff!

    Dex; Awesome thankyou!

    Dan: I just grab the sculpture and turn until it's in the detail stage, just use pliers or vice grips on the pipe otherwise, y'know?

    tsunami: If you image google the word "muscles", you'll get more that you need. Or buy a book. Or a bodybuilding mag. Or go to www.3d.sk and look around.

    cmr: you can use whatever, it's just that Aluminum wire is easy to bend, cut etc, and is easy to come by. Get it at most ceramics stores, or Dick Blick art supplies. Google armature wire, you should find something. Also I use it because it doesn't corrode with the clay. I tried coat hanger wire when I was a kid, but that cheap tin or whatever metal they make the stuff out of would start leaching crud all over after a few days. Whatever you use, make sure it's stainless.

    more updates coming....
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