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the progress of a little creation~~someone ask me how to do it,that's it,enjoy and tell me your advise. thanks

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Foot cast tutorial. Hope there are no mistakes. Didn't have time to recheck!:)

Making my 1st hand cast :[link]
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Human Male Turnaround Template. Features Front, Back, Side, and Angled Poses.

Its proportions are 8 heads tall, the template itself was designed to be printed out on Tabloid paper, 11x17, but will scale down. On letter the figures are about almost 4" tall.

Use freely, you don't have to follow all the lines, use them as a guide or reference for where stuff should be. The spare are floating next to the side pose is for if you have a intricate design you want to note that goes underneath the arm area. Same idea with the angled poses' hands.

Please link me to anything you have used this on. =)
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Making a latex badger snout. The way I do it ,which may not be the best or efficient way.........

Making the jaw (tutorial) for this snout can be found here :[link] There is further information in that one, which also helps this tutorial !!!!!

This is the 2nd time I've tried it....... (Badger 1 snout and jaw before this one........)
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Making Badger Ears in November 2011. When I say 'don't put plasticene onto latex', I mean, it probably would have been better to do it on the plaster head cast itself........easier to get plasticine off plaster!

The original beginnings of this hood : [link]

The 1st painting of this hood : [link]
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Roman Soldier
Portrait Stock # 2

Not only men can fight...

Taken 7th June, 2010

Please find stock rules in journal.

Please download to have full resolution.

Model: Me
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Rules are in my Journal on my profile please check them.

Photograph taken at Fort George near Inverness.

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Sketches from the blog:
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Sketches from the blog:
[link]
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1 cage in PNG format
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