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    really nice one but I particularly love your rat

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    great work...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heather Lawless
    Thanks Aumakua. For this I used a regular sphere at low res to quickly block in shapes of the head,torso and arms.Then I retopologize. I also use a cube a lot and divide and then edge loop for fingers etc.The base was made from a cylinder.
    "You are great!"

    You retopologize posed stuff? No symmetry, just eyeball it? I know that's how it's done traditionally, I just can't let go of the crutch...

    I remember that guy from ep4. Freakin' snitch. I hated him. I always thought the snout was flesh. Guess I need to watch it again. 4 is my fav.

    Great work as usual Heather. Thanks for the info and inspiration.
    No one ever expected a pencil to draw for them.

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    Great Heather,I like it!

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    Very nice Heather, keep them coming!...(by the way, I took your advise) Thanks for your support.
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    Hello, Mr. H.L,

    my compliments, I love the mouse and your Star Wars character is nice.

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    Intervain, Ivar_sn, Thanks, I'm glad you like it. Yeah, I realy enjoyed working on the rat, animals are my favorite.

    Poda, yes, he's that snitch in the beginning, really you only see him for a few seconds. Thanks again!

    Skelton, thanks! I am so glad, I will be checking it out next.

    Rendermon, hal8999, Thank you as well!

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    That sounds pretty crafty with the whole spheres and boxes. Great sculpt overall. Love the gesture.

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    Thanks, j lizzle. It is actually a lot faster for me to do it that way, I am very limited with my Maya abilities, and I am so slow with Maya.

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    Here is the companion Scarecrow to the Tin Man bust I did for work. They are part of a line that was started as maquettes but were also produced as busts.
    Although these are finished, I wouldn't mind hearing your comments for next time.
    Thanks for looking.

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    Really good ones! You've captured their expression quite well. Are you going to paint them as well?
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    No, these are in the past for now. I am trying to learn painting with the rat still, I am not quite satisfied with it yet. Then I have to figure out rendering.

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    Man Heather, that smile on scarecrow is so on.
    No one ever expected a pencil to draw for them.

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    I like the scarecrow very much, the expression is so nice !
    I'm not a big fan of the "presenting stones" they are distracting me somehow from your beautiful sculpts...

    Lucky

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