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    This is a flat body sculpt for a couple of tight spot animatronics. Its only 6.5 inches deep (from tip of nose to back). the funky pose was inspired by the small spots he will be coming out of, I wanted him to look twisted and broken. I have a bit more detail to sculpt in but I am molding tomorrow. Total sculpt time so far 2.5hrs, water based clay.



    Just thought I would share,
    Allen H
    Last edited by Allen H; 08-10-2009 at 11:01 PM.
     

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    NIce!!! Like the arms..I love the creativity that comes around when we all start getting pressed for time..8)
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    Looks awesome! I really like the way you did the arms and stuff, nice and... broken. Great work!
     

  4. Default Nice work! 
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    I like it. I reminds me of a corpse trapped and died trying to get out of something.
    Very disturbing! Keep up the good work!
     

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    Very cool, nice work! please keep us updated with pictures
    Mike Quill
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    Here are a few pics of one of the finished bodies, the white flecks on him is from a reflective coating I put on him, you do not see them with out the flash.


    Just wanted to post an update on him, I have pulled three of these and foamed them since making the mold.
    Allen H
     

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    Allen do you sell your stuff? If not you should.
    Giving People The Chills Since 2005

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    Great paint job! In the one pic was that the flash from the camera or a red light shinning on it?
     

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    Good Job man... sounds you pack every inch in horror...®awk
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    Now that's twisted... literally! Nice job!

    Kel

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