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    ......King Tut's pappa

    Here's a few progress shots of my lil' Akhenaten......also known as Amenhotep (Tut's dad).
    First time using Super Sculpey and me like.
    It's been a few years since my last sculptural attempt, and after seeing the amazing talent on this site i think i better get some more practise in!

    I'll show ya'll the finished sculpt asap,
    Cheers,
    C.

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    all done.......

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    Very nice Piece, i like the cartoon effect, painting is great very realistic as a rock, the boken side is nice! What did you use for painting, and how did you do it ?

    Welldone a good work !

    Pijay-Brown

    http://arfimo.blogspot.com

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    Very nice, congrats. What made you chose this pharao ?

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    thanks peoples!
    i used a black spray paint, dabed on different shades of grey over it (acrylic house paint), then a matt spay to seal it...
    I chose this guy cos i've admired his face since i first saw him 6 years ago.
    very strange features..............i really didn't do him justice tho, there are a few things which i'll have to perfect next time i attempt him,

    thanks again,
    C.

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