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Douglas Pryor
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Mouse Butt
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Mouse on Toast
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Raised Frog
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Fragile Gods
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Hollow Frog
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Face Study ABANA Demo 2016
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So If your a survivalist or love medieval fantasy then this is the web comic for you. http://www.woodsmencomic.com/?p=78 THE WOODSMEN is a project just now getting off the ground in this new web comic that i'm proud of! Its new and we still have a long way to go but i'm quite happy with the progress so far :) I know the artist and the challenging road he's taken to get to this point and congratulate him on figuring out the website on top of doing all the art. I'm lucky enough not only to help out and be a part of the process but i do the inks as well. Also Some of my Armour designed for the Woodsmen will be going up for sale as the websit
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IntricateBiscuitStudent General Artist
YOOOOO YOU MAKE THE NEATEST STUFF ♡♡♡♡
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windsormagistusProfessional Artisan Crafter
thanks for the watch :)
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glasslingerProfessional Artisan Crafter
Beautiful work here Douglas! Have a great finish to your week..
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Prince-SylHobbyist General Artist
I'm thinking of getting into metal work and was wondering if you could give me any advice to help kick me off the mark.
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yume-chan05Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
no wonder why I don't have news from your creations, i forgot to watch you *silly girl*
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beardedjonakProfessional General Artist
How did you learn metalwork? Do you offer classes?
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TimeTurbineHobbyist Traditional Artist
Took basic metal working classes, listened to anyone who would give me advice, looooooots of trial and error. Practice and patience. And as of now no. I don't have the facility nor the expertise...or a large enough portfolio to think about offering classes, But if you'd like I'll keep you in mind if I start teaching folk.