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    ermm juz wondering if you got all of the sculpturing done in a day...Won't the clay dry up?? Or does it has to be baked to harden it? but still how did you manage to keep the clay moist? adding thinner, water?(btw great sculpturing)


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    klnw_84, he isn't using regular clay, it's a polymer compound called Super Sculpey, which needs to be baked to harden. It will dry out in a few months on it's own, but even then you can still work it with tools, it just gets a bit crumbly.
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    cool work I like your style creepy!

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    Couple Questions

    after starting my own, i have a few q's for you

    1. when you are first blocking him in, is he hollow? or solid? or built up around the frame?

    2. When you finish up, what do you do with the copper pipe? I mean, do you leave it in there? cut it off and fill?

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    This is awesome stuuf man...!

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    when are you gonna finish it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    I second all of Manslaughter's sentiments. Can't friggin' wait for the next part!

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    ok...putting up some new stuff today....sorry for teh delay...

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    Sorry for the wait...here's a bit more....been hella busy...Post any questions and I'll try to answer promptly. Thanks again for checking it out.

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    thanks for coming back!!!!

    Id been waiting for this moment to come for such a long time...



    I really enjoy learning from your work... u´re amazing dude!!!

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    yey ur back! really loving your work thanks for the amazing tutorials, one thing, i emailed to sign up for ur mailing list but it got sent back? u'll have to let us know when the dvd/book is planned.cheers

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    Very impressive work...for this a ....weird monster, it s a fricking baby as i was a long time ago

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    Great its getting updated again

    I couldnt help noticing tho, you use quite hefty "lumps" of sculpey when your doing your sculps, dont you have a real problem with cracking during the bake/cooling period?

    or am i missing something ?
    "The same thing we do every night Pinky, Try to take over the World!!"

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    hi, all!
    just stumbled over this site/thread two days ago.
    had to join. first time for me,too, joining a forum like this.
    anyway:
    absolute brilliance! ubersculpting by all, i must say!
    even after ten years of hobby-like sculpting there are things
    that would've never come to MY mind.
    and, boy, does that baby...thingy take great shape, mr smellybug.
    and thanks for some great tips-
    so, i'll stay tooned fo' sho'...
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    but he was a muffin...!'

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    O;

    Totally awesome

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    i still think u should turn the babis head

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    woe this is very cool i like the tecnique you are using.

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    Peter ,What happened to your book/video you were working on?
    I tried to get on the mailing list but the email would get returned.
    It's better to be remembered as the sand in the gears and not as the oil.

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    Hey Pete I’ve been thinking about working with sculpy again and looking at your tuts pushed me over the edge. I’m going shopping tomorrow and want to know what the most needed tools I should probably get are? I’ve moved since I last sculpted and am starting from scratch what are these materials gunna set me back and what can I cheap out on?

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    Captain, in his other tutorial, he talks about tools and has pictures of what he uses.
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    Yeah But Id Like To Know What Guages Of Wire I Should Get,and How Much Matirials Are Gunna Cost Like Turpintine & Wire Mesh?

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    Wow - Such an honor to witness another sculpt by you Peter.
    You're truly at the top of your game!
    Can you give me an approximate time it takes to finish one of these?
    Do you impose a deadline on yourself, Does the studio you work for?
    Or do you just wing it?

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    sorry I've not responded in a while...been busy as heck. I promise to post anwswers to as many questions as possible this coming week, as well as posting the last of the sculpting pics. Again...apologies for how this one is dragging out!

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    smellybug I appreciate all that your doing with your tutorials and how your breaking it down. Keep up the good work man.

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    Thank you for doing this! Will you paint it as well? (sorry if that question have been asked).

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    The creature has a very strong resemblance to a creature in the third season of Farscape.

    Episode 3.17

    Found a pic:
    Smellybug Maquette Tutorial 2: Carriagekid

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    Well It Just Goes To Show Great Minds Think Alike.

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    That's amazing, can't wait to see the following process

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    Dang! I leave the forums for a while and look at what I miss! This is a very freaky looking sculpt. I cant wait to see more progress pictures
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    Wow, dude! Can't wait to see the end result. ^_^

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