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    Old Woman Resin.

    Old Woman Resin by Angela Talbot.

    Old Woman Resin.

    Old Woman Resin.

    To see more of Angela Talbot's work or correspond with her, please visit

    http://www.angelatalbot.com or

    http://myspace.com/angelatalbotcreations

    Thanks for looking and cheers to all!
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    WOW! awesome wrinkles,hair and age spot detail, i can't believe it's only 11 inches tall i thought it was lifesize!
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    incredible sculpture, really like it, how long did it take you to finish it, how big is it?
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    Hey captian popo,

    The peice is 11" tall and it's a 4peice set kit that I just put out and trying to get a feel as to what people think of it. It took me like a month and a half I think I'm so terrible with keeping track of time. This is a picture of some samples on how I do it or get it started as they say. Thank you Tysiony and thanks for checking it out. This is a cool forum, lots of cool stuff.Thanks Sincerely Angela

    Old Woman Resin.

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    Hi Angela, I hope to see some more of your work soon, It's really great. I love the old women and the face.

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    I love the personality in this one. Great pose for a grandma.
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    the old lady made it up. yeeey. Great work.
    http://conceptart.org/forums/showthr...49#post1284949
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    This is an extremely great
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    This is why I love looking through the sculpture section. Everything here is so...good! Lots of great character and texture!
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    Angela,

    How do you go about your eyes? Whatever you do - it adds to the realism.

    Gorgeous work.
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    Hello Blahism, once I sculpt the eye I indent the pupil and iris area with a ball tool about half way then once it's baked and painted I find some thin plastic from the packaging from duracel betteries, a barbie box, ect. [pop bottles are too thick.
    heat the same ball tool with a candle, quickly wipe off the black soot on a cotton towel and press the ball tool almost half way into the plastic, wiggle it loose and you've got a contact lense.
    Just cut it out [and be careful cause they like to jump out of your hands] and place the lense ontop of the iris pupil area and glue it on by putting a high gloss varish aound the contact lense[ remember not to cover the whole lense cause it will make the lense foggy, if not at first eventually it will. Thanks for checking out my work ,I hope this helps sincerely Angela
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    Wow, she's amazing! Great expression.
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    Thank you for your wonderful reply! I will have to try that
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