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    Default Hi . My quick sculpt Griffin.


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    I think we need more pictures...
    Looks nice but also rushed (feathers sticking out, etc.)

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    I like it! Doesn't looked rushed to me. It looks like a lot of work.

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    about wings you could try to use micromesh instead, just place all over some little or bigger planes and applying after a model of a feaher (i've never tryed but probably it works like making plants with lots of leaves). Btw i like yours a lot, cool work.

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    Great Work! Wouldn't mind seeing this as a 3D print!

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    Steve Prescott concept art.

    Vodyanik is a water spirit in Slavik mythology described as resembling a creepy old man with a fat belly, a hat made out of reeds, and a skirt made out of rushes.

    Vodyanik can be either a malevolent spirit or a benevolent spirit depending on which side of the bed he wakes up on. If the day starts nicely, he may just overturn fisherman's boats - but if the coffee machine isn't working, he's more likely to drown people trying to bathe in the shallows)


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    I love them both. Excellent work.

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    Love it! Your work is very inspiring!

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    wow this is awesome!
    How did you do the hair?
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    I havent seen antyhing as good in a while. Bravo!

    DO you plan to do more slavic creatures?

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    absolutely beautiful sculpting..
    this should get top rowed. really good craftsmanship.

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    Excellent work on the fairy; love the final result.

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