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    nice job, it's very interesting

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    Can't wait to see the final product.

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    Really excited about your project.
    The outlook will be amazing for sure!!!
    Good work!

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    wow this is amazing

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    Great tutorial! Thanks for sharing your process/methods with us!

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    I've got a question.

    I'm gradually getting together all the supplies I'll need to start doing some serious sculpture. I tracked down a little jar of Iso-propyl alcohol for smoothing and combing and so forth, but the warning labels make me a little reluctant to use it. I know you can mix it with water. Do you use a diluted version of this stuff, and if not, how do you handle it safely and practically without getting it on your skin?

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    thank god !u are here ! amazing to see u and with ur work !

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    checked out the dvd today... great stuff! keep up the good work.

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    Your Tutorials are so informative Peter...Pure Genius
    I can't wait to see finished product.

    The last thing I'll DRAW will be my BREATH!
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    Damn . . . that should have taken a while to do!!!

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    It's amazing the detail that's going into it!

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    where can I get this tutorial's DVD?

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    Amazing work, you are talented!

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    wow!Nice!

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    hey guys i've loved sculpture all my life but mostly did drawing and computer 3d. i wanna start on doing sculpture too but i wasn't able to find this kind of clay that this amazing artist uses. ANyone can helpt me plz? maybe there is specific name for this kind of clay?

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    emerging...
    http://www.dickblick.com/zz332/17/
    good luck

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    "creepy kid mutation" does not even begin to describe what ever this thing is...something unindentified flopped over in my belly when I looked at it.

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    Absolutely gorgeous! I can NOT wait until this is over, I'd love to be able to sculpt but it seems like such a huge thing to get into, I have no idea were I would start. Plus all the drying of the claw and heating precedures seem confusing to me--I'll just stick with drawing, heh.

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    Peter any chance of an update?

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    It's such a pleasure to see a master at work. Absolutely awesome.

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    thanks so much for those links

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    So this is so awesome I pretty much plan on eating my own head.
    That being said, it will also haunt my dreams for years to come. Twisted vision and suburb skill!

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    This step by step process is freaking insane, on that note... it was so fun to watch.

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    Been waiting a long time now for a second video by Peter. I thought he was going to remove the creature from the piping and paint it up?

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    when are you going to post some updates????????????????????????????????????????

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    creepy as hell, that is sweet though

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    just wanted to say I downloaded the dvd in the big sale weekend. I really enjoyed watching a master at work. I still have to see the second part of the sculpting progress but I hope to see more on texturing.

    great work anyway. will there be a follow up?

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    amazing!!

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    man, that baby with the blue eyes is scary as helllll but in a good way

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