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    my first post

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    My first post on this forum, just for test couple of pics of onigawara i made sculpey casted in resin,handcarved wood plate.wasn't really getting into details rather having tarnished look.Any comments appriciated
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    While the whole piece is cool, im more seriously impressed with the relief carving of those characters!!..., ive done a bit of wood carving myself and i appreciate how difficult this sort of carving and finishing to a quality standard can be.

    nice work

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    Impressive

    A kind of wierd and twisted face, i like it. Seems to be a crazy character, I like the concept and the realisation

    the only problem is the base which is not very straight, clean and smooth

    But that 's a great work
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    thank you for the replys

    thank you for the comments,this thing was made for sign event, and the wooden part was most difficult, i find this piece of hard wood (koku-tan, sorry i don't know translation for this)on the bargain but it took me almost two and half days to crave it (no wonder why is on the bargain).for the base part ,at first i tried to do it as precise as i could but result was pretty much like factory made and i didn't want to go in that direction,it just looked too plain,that is why i choose to have it bit roughed,but it's funny the original made in super sculpey ,looked as i imagine it but after casting and painting some points turn up to be too rounded and blunt.too much surfacer i guess.
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