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Old 02-14-2011   #1
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Just getting something up to show where I am heading with my maquette.. getting down to work on it tomorrow, so assembly pictures will likely be coming in as I make headway.
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Old 02-22-2011   #2
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Nice consept! Any 3d progress we can see yet?
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Old 02-22-2011   #3
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Yep.. running a little behind.. work has been a bit hectic this week. Plan on finishing the sculpt in the next day or two.. paint shouldn't take more then a few hours since it is a bit smaller of a piece then usual.. but here is what it is at thus far. (gonna upload a few wip camera snaps of my work method in my gallery)
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Wow! thats awsome where do you buy the clay to do this?=)
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Usually I order it online from Art Supply Warehouse or the local store I used to use in Atlanta called Utrecht.. but as my funds were limited to only enough for a few lbs I picked it up at the local Michaels. It's called super sculpey (note.. firm sculpey works too but is very hard to work with, and the original sculpey which is a dull white is well.. garbage.. far to soft to really use for anything.)
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Old 02-23-2011   #6
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You are ROCK, dude! In my country, we used to make a 3D first for anime figure. Resin is the best material for production I could ever used in old days.
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