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    Got it, but a hole at the bottom will be fine in my case.
    Should be able to post the results by the end of the year.
    thanks again, keep it up

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    Thumbs up Amazing!

    I very like what you create!
    Errare humanum est, stultum est in errore perseverare. (Marcus Tullius Cicero)

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    More toys designed by Brandt Peters at Circus Posterus.

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    Cool

    Latest toys led me overjoyed!
    Errare humanum est, stultum est in errore perseverare. (Marcus Tullius Cicero)

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    A small selection of the vinyl designer toys that I sculpted up this year. These are for the Cardboard Spaceship "Traveling Misfits" series.


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    New monster sculpt to download and play with. I'm sharing this one for anyone who wants to see how I handle sculpting designer toys. It's ready to print, too, if you are lucky enough to have a home 3d printer.

    Get your mitts on him here - 3d Sculpt "Oxymaroon"


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    I'm participating in Dacosta's month-long challenge to make a robot a day called "March of Robots".

    Find out more about ALL the awesome robot awesomeness at www.marchofrobots.com


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    Fantastc robot.
    Love it!

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    These toy designs are exceptional. Love them!

    Do you have any tips for modeling toys with points of articulation? Or pins for multiple part molding?
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    I'm helping out a good friend who's running Kickstarter for his robot themed art book. Dacosta is a wonderful designer who specializes in very cute, very fresh little robots.

    March of Robots Kickstarter link!

    Don't be shy, those little robots need your help... For this character I built simple booleaned meshes in 3ds Max, refined them in ZBrush and sculpted the organic bits and bobs using custom brushes.


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    Love those Robots...wery well transformed in 3d ..congrats

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    Thanks for posting your work, I like it very much. But that last one is an "out of the ballpark" home run. Just excellent work!

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    Massive character sculpt that became a huge two headed Japanese vinyl toy. Hand painted. Designed by Skinner and MVH, painted by MVH.


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