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Standing nearly 2 feet tall, comprised of over 750 individual pieces, and built entirely out of paper...ladies and gentlemen, the crown jewel of my pepakura collection, OPTIMUS PRIME! I built him over my summer break. I got the template for this awesome papercraft model from paper-replika.com. They did an unbelievable job on this thing. It is so detailed that the head alone contains 90 parts. If you're thinking about building this model don't let this picture fool you. My version is only 2 feet tall, but that was after I shrunk the original template by over 50%. If you go by their original template Optimus will be massive.

The template is a free download at paper-replica.com  

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Daedric Dagger pepakura. I plan on resining this to completion and then painting it to look like the real thing.
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Halo CE Banshee vehicle I made of cardboard =)

Flickr photo set of it: [link]

"Make of" videos available there:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=VSlgsTkXMgE

www.youtube.com/watch?v=4O6alNVVqjM
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forgot to design a propeller for it , i will post a downloadable one just as soon as i can, ive been a bit short of tinternet time recently because ive been fixing up the house
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Top Row:

Before landing on my desk the Teller design had passed through several hands. Neill Gorton (the head of Millennium FX) came up with the initial concept and the idea of the eye stalks coming together during the Teller’s psychic attack. Chris Goodman and Gary Pollard then further developed the look (it’s Chris’s design that remained for the straight jacket and manacles).

When I came on board I did these quick Z-Brush sculpts to establish the final look. I really wanted to make his eye stalks look like little arms (complete with elbow joint) but I got over ruled and we went with a more ‘tentacle’ look in the end.

 Second Row:

Head sculpt under way. It was sculpted in water based clay which is why his eye stalks are wrapped in damp cloth to prevent them drying our too fast.

Foam latex head skins painted and ready for dressing over the mechanical under skull. (you can see his big clawed hands in the background).

 Third Row:

His elephantine legs; The clay sculpt and painted foam pants (complete with zipper fly!...we have to make sure the performer’s comfy!!)

 Forth Row:

Close up of painted foot.

The beautiful mechanical head, designed and built by Adrian Parrish. When the Teller uses his psychic attack he brings his eye stalks together over his head to form an arc. We figured touching your eyeballs together might prove painful so as the stalks go up the eyes retract and are protected by three fleshy ‘lids’. I loved the mechanism Adrian designed for this but you barely see it in the show (ho hum!)

 Fifth Row:

Caught on camera shooting in a park in Cardiff. This and other photos got plastered all over the Internet and caused much speculation amoungst the fans as to what the new DW creature was. I get asked a lot about the device in my hand, it’s simply an air blower; there is very little ventilation in these type of mechanical heads and exhaled carbon dioxide builds up inside leaving the performer gasping for oxygen. As soon as the director calls ‘cut’ I’ll rush in and blast air into the open mouth of the head, forcing out the Co2 and allowing fresh air in…simply really!!

Doing some touch ups in our trailer prior to the Tellers final ‘nude’ scene!!

 Bottom Row:

 As he appeared in the show!

  

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Bogdan Stupka is a Ukrainian actor widely known in Ukraine and Russia
Please, visit me at [link] for more artworks.
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Lookit how purdy! I just drew this straight with sharpie and colored with Copic markers.

no stealing please!
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Everyone thought the captain had gone crazy. their mission was to hunt the enemy, not chase after strange sounds in the ocean! it seemed like after the last leave, the captain had changed once he got back on the boat. always carrying that strange tome with him. he was pushing them and the boat to their limits.
when asked "captain what are we looking for?!" he would only reply
"you will know,when we find it"..............

so yup my finished sea monster diorama. i am not very happy with this one.mostly dude to lack of patience( i am trying to quit smoking) i guess it could of turned out worse, but i could of done a ton better.

the u-boat: i built this a few months ago, and never had a plan for it. its tiny and was not very impressive on the self alone. i don't remember the make( i want to say revell) but its a 1/300 scale. from what i remember it was a nice little kit, and was nicely detailed for something sooo small.

the monster:so i wanted to try something new, and used epoxy putty for the monsters head. i used a cheap burger king toy as a base( its a was a acteck cat thing) and molded the epoxy around it. it was pretty fun and i didn't realy mean for it to look kinda like cthulhu. the tentacles s are sculpty, and everything was painted in acrylics.

the water: this is where i really messed up. i had no patience, and instid of waiting till Tuesday to go buy supply's, i used what i had. lol what i have in bulk is plaster. so ye... its plaster and i used aluminum fold to make waves. i then painted in acrylics. on a scale of 1-10, i would give it like a 3.
i will defiantly have to go get proper "water" supply's and try to redeem my self.

overall i am not very happy with the outcome, but its been awhile since i felt that way, and you cant win them all. anyways i had fun, and any practice sculpting helps me get better. don't realy know what my next project will be, but i hope it turns out a little better.
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Hand made and hand glazed ceramic.

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My works available in Etsy shop - [link]
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Pink giraffes cold even in the African heat. So they go wrapped up in scarves and wear leg warmers:-)

Watercolors and ink.
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