With a soft shhhh of the finger's the orcs get moving, slowly walking along the hulk of steel and junk laid out along the area. Their mission one so simple and soooo much to enjoy. They get closer and closer to the rumbling of metal that was firing off, the distraction clearly heard as these orcs got behind the enemy lines and with a last minute roar of ," WAGHHHHHHH!" they slam into their foes vehicle's. Clamping bombs, mines, launching rockkits and slamming rokkit hammer's they level numerous Imperial tanks as they then step back into the fields of steel and move to the next pray...
Here's a lifesized Smilodon skull I made. I referred to a Bone Clone cast to make it. The main parts are sheet copper, the teeth are stainless and it's held together with hand hammered copper tinners rivets. Different metal chisels gave me the seams between 'bones' and the required texture. Liver of Sulphur gave me the patina I wanted. It took me three very intensive days to make. Enjoy.
A commission from a friend of mine, he asked for a Mozart doll based on the movie Amadeus, which I also LOVE!
As far as 18th century-inspired dolls are concerned, this one was very simple: some ruffles, some embroidery, a couple of curls and that fluffy faux fur wig. And you can kind of see the black ribbon that ties around his pony tail on the back.