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Discussion in 'Lifesize Mammals' started by [email protected], Feb 13, 2010.
Very, very nice Hoytman. However I think you need a few more pairs of boots
Mossyback, are you going to post a completed picture? I can't wait.
Daniel, when I've done animals like that, I have a difficult time getting the head to stretch over the chin and onto the form. Did you have any trouble with that? It looks like it would be pretty tight.
Jesse, That little guy came out nice!
Don't know if I had posted these just came across it.
That's one very nice Bongo skin Dennis.
;D It wa.....s the second pic is just up drying no finishig was done yet.
That is probably my all time favorite mount done by you and your team. The neck rolls, musculature of the body, the eye set and expression - all spot on. The finished piece, with the little one on the base, is absolutely beautiful!
i seen it in person and loved it also....a timely piece of work dennis....some things just don't get any better....this one is as good as it gets...
Beautiful Dennis, loving seeing these WIP pictures. Question for you, what do you use for your veining (see it on the leg) and also what you use for resulting the form (vermiculite, mache, plaster, ?). Thanks.
I love all the neat stuff being posted. All I have is a bobblehead made out of dock foam.
Coated electric wire in difererent gauge sizes sand it and the glue stickes weel to it.
I just wanted to say all these look great c:
You all are so talented.
I rarely ever have any problems at all. Usually they slide right over the nose.
Carcass cast with hot glue legs. First attempt at casting
Thats pretty sweet, I cast a bobcat once, ONCE
Pair of Oryx from a while back, started with the same form for both.
great work daniel as usual
Heres one we did of a 17 hh race horse a few years back, self sculpture and a neat project,
had to pour one for a client last week, so thought i would share the images,,if you ned one, let me know,,,