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    Terminal D, love the name, suits the character well. As far as feeling a bit discombobulated about the sculptures in the link, they actually have human body language and micro expressions imbedded in the animals form that make even the cutest rabbit feel uncomfortable to look at.
    I thought it was a nice way to reinforce the whole anatomy argument, as the animals gestures and expressions arn't correct.
    Keep up the great work.

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    Purely Awesome, I personally think its your best to date.
    Keep up the great work

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    @handlebar - yup, and a pretty point you've made. THANK YOU!

    @sculptrisnewb - I think it's my best, yet, too, while it's definitely been my most involved.

    Here are some fun anaglyph stereo versions. One of 'em might hurt a little!
    deathish_13g_stereo.jpg

    ...and the painful one, but worth hanging in there until it's less agonizing:
    deathish_13f_stereo.jpg

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    Nice .

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    Very scary!! Now 3d turntable; that would be positively freaky! If anyone could conjure this up I'm confident that it would be you. No pressure.

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    Damn....!!! I don't find my red/green pair of 3d goggles!

    Anyway Cool Stuff!

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    Default Skeksis...

    remember them? Yeah, those must've been my favorite childhood movie characters. Whereby I was sometimes hoping I had a less complicated one. However, on the original Sculptris forum in our Challenge thread one is asking for just that...the favorite one.

    This is a fairly free interpretation of the skeksis, don't expect to find him, although it turned out the picture I found was of the dying emperor and the costume is a squinted eye interpretation of another snapshot I found. So, yeah, extreme fans of the dark crystal might be mad at me, I dunno...but here he goes. Took me the better part of today, but it was GREAT fun:

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    My favorit were the Mystics (I feel more like Robin Hood instead sheriff of Notingham ).
    I remember I've seen a making of those days.
    One artist made a pencil drawing of one Mystic.

    It was so cool for it's time, and I was very impressed.

    You hit the feeling perfectly, taron.
    Excellent, stunning work!

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    True...the mystics went straight to the heart and frankly, I'm with you on that, but those skeksis... see, I didn't really remember myself "hommmmmm"-ing around much, but I sure as heck was doing the funny whimpering of the naughty skeksis for pretty much all my life after that, hahahaha. Robin Hood wasn't "hommmm"-ing either, you know!

    THANKS, of course!

    I didn't want to add hair, but now I went into photoshop and scribbled some in after all. While I was at it I was also screwing around a little with it all...kinda fun, even if a bit too fuzzy.
    Skeksis03_fun.jpg

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    wow...out of words here, stunned!

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    Well, I know what I'll be watching again tomorrow... He turned out amazingly. Kind of a look at what the emperor would have been like while a bit more alive.

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    I remember watching that Movie The Dark Crystal Mmmmmm! LOL Wow takes me back and now i'l be watching it too Excellent work Taron

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    Ultracool Work Fratello! I remember Dark Crystal too! And... yes I 'm a a fan of the Brian Froud works! Compliments again Fratello!

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    That's even more terrible than the dog, man. Good job on the nightmarishness. I do love the way you made that "backpack" look as well, with the material and subtle coloring. Seems valuable.

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    This designer, Brian Froud, back in those days his work has definitely been a revelation. Elegant, cute, mysteriously rich in character, eloquent (I'd say) creating a good set of expressive layers out of the wells of the Belle Epoche. I still love it, but there's always more... ...I'm almost suffering for the guy, as he's the Dark Crytal and Labyrinth dude. On the surface people won't ever know more it seems. Anyway....

    THANK YOU ALL, You're sending me off into a wonderful morning here!

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