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    Default Logen (The bloody Nine) - Head study

    Hi this is my first post on this forum. yay!
    The character below is based upon "The Bloody Nine" or "Logan" from 'The First Law' book series by Joe Abercrombie. At first I was scuplting another character "Black Dow" but as I progressed I released he was shaping up more and more to look like Logan.

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    blackdow025rr4.jpg
    -Toasty

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    hey,
    its a vey nice bust...i really love the expression on him and i love his chainmail vest.
    but i think that his left cheek bone seems broken or waay to in compared to the right cheek....
    yet again nice work!!!!!
    i also do feel the same about his nasolabial fold...his left...
    cheers,
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    nice work!

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    yeah...looking very awesome. I agree that the cheek bone looks a little off.
    Would like to see more of your models

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    Really nice work,I like it.Can`t wait to see the finished product.

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    yea the chainmail looks cool. how'd you go about in making it if you dont mind me asking?

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    First welcome, second YOU ROCK loving this charachter and the kind of detail on him really well done, i agree like the people mentioned before me about the cheek bone and may i add that i would love to see the same amount of details in the beard on the hair coz it kinda stand out the difference between both other than that great job

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    I really like it, looks awesome
    and... couple words about the chain mail?

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    Awesome work Toastman, love all the small details, could you tell us how you created the chainmail?

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    Don't know what the others are talking about with regards to the cheek, it's been badly damaged and shouldn't look like the other. Boy, sometimes a tough crowd here... Anyway i think it's brilliant and the chain mail is fantastic! Please tell me you didn't do that one little piece at a time!

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    EVERY SINGLE day i get inspired from this site. Awesome sculpt and definitely talk about the chainmail.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cole4965
    Anyway i think it's brilliant and the chain mail is fantastic! Please tell me you didn't do that one little piece at a time!
    Yeah...I was curious on How you did that????? if you don't mind, could you explain that a lil' bit?????

    Later
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    Toastman...this is a sublime peice of modelling. Ignore the rather lame "critiques" about the cheeks. I for one see it as part of the character and not a "mistake". I do wish more people would think harder and maybe try to construct critiscisms and comments better before putting digit to keyboard. Symmetry is good when designing cars....and thats about it.

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    awsome work, can't wait to see more

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    great work!! really like it!

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