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    Thanks everyone for your comments, they're apreciated
    Did this cast at the weekend, theres a few places that havent come out so well, made the mistake of modeling this on a board pitched at about 70 degrees with an overhead light so it cast areas such as below the jaw and the back of the neck in shadow, its only now once I've laid this flat I notice the problems, doh,
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    I'll repost this one and the image in the last post again once I finish them

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    Wow Seaport, these are really good. The sculptures are amazing and so detailed.

    I absolutely love the retro feel to the colours in the pictures, very cool.

    Looking forward to seeing the piece up in the Finally Finished forum.

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    Thanks guys for all your comments
    jabo - 'Looks like your method is to fill the page with a shadow-color, draw the lines in a darker tone and then add the color? (the trailer piece) Gotta try that, that might really save a lot of time and avoids bringing in too dark shade tones.' pretty much, started doing that after reading Don Seegmillers book 'Digital Character Design and Painting'
    LFEvans- glad you noticed about the side kicks
    Designbot- thanks, pretty pleased about how the sculpture came out, just got to fill some airholes now
    lirce- thanks, hope to finish the painting in the next month
    Sleeoy Head - cheers, i've been going for the retro colours recently
    mofongo- thanks, the last update shows how the finished version's come out
    PHATandy- I'm glad you enjoy my work
    Dimagyan - thanks, it's still fun have to check out your sketch book again
    flipnastywebby- Cheers though looking at it again theres a few little problems with the stormtrooper
    Doudou and Micaiah Nelson - thanks glad you liked them
    well its been a while since I updated but heres a few pieces I've been working on since the last post

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    Wow, that last batch is simply awesome. The old dude in the makeup is especially cool/creepy.

    I like your clay stuff the best. Absolutely Stunning.
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    been a few of months now since my last update but here's a new one....

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    Cool postings of late, that cast piece will come out great im sure.. a bit of polyfilla will sort out that jaw/neck area if it bothers ya ;-)
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    Good things you done here. I like the first post a lot, and the last update the most I think. Looks great!

    Keep them coming.
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    Really really awesome work. I love the expressions on your characters. Very imaginative, too. Keep it coming, man.
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    nice update.very good image, the fish behind are a really nice touch...
    you will finish that work?
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    DIMAGYAN thanks and yes I will be finishing that image (fingers crossed) done the dress part just got the rest to do now,
    Skrog thanks for the comment, its apreciated
    joaKimArt thanks as well
    RandAlThor Lol hadn't even thought of polyfilla I'll have to give that a go,
    a couple more first up a t-rex

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    Woa there buddy thats quite an array of awesomeness you got here. Man thank god for big breasted women, you definitely captured a big breasted woman in that last one : D thanks dude. Oh love that one with the girl the star wars outfit and the big iguana. Keep it up man, you getting better quick.
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    Your have some very cool work in your SB so far. Love the colours that you use and the flat clay sculptures are very nice, however one thing I have noticed is your proportions - sometimes the head looks to big and other times your upper arms seem too short. This makes alot of your people appear abit 'stumpy'. It not in all your pieces, but it is quite evident.
    my sketches here... http://conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=92997

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