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    Thank u sir for all the advise and help that u r giving to us.
    Its people like u whom we and me(students) should cal teacher or GURU.
    U r knowledge is tremendous and the way u help realy makes me understand my MISTAKES.
    I promise u none of ur help wil go wasted and i wil use it to my fulest extent.
    THANKS a lot sir,
    again thank u.

    ZAIN.

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    He ho
    We had a gorgeous day here today and I´ve spent my whole afternoon outside.
    ( Need definitely a laptop for the spring-/summertime!!! )
    Glad to hear we´ll see the helmet soon.....
    and new fantastic sketches ...


    Edit: We need a driveling smiley!

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    Smile

    Threetails: Glad u like! Quote:” i would like to see some more of your study sketches for anatomy included in the pulled reference images as a record of your growth.” Will certainly try to put some of my studies in was thinking of diving up some older drawings too, showing my mistakes due to lack of proper training. Hey man, I finally got the chance to see Deathrace! I had a blast! It’s a fun movie – icing on the cake:the Dreadnaught scene! You and the fdscenechanges – team did such a great job!

    Thanks for your support threetails!

    Romilkchoprazb: Romel, You’re too kind – thank you. So, here are my updates… looking forward to your new stuff!

    Finners: what a great compliment, coming from a skilled sculptor like you! Also glad you like the anatomy sheets – tells me I’m on the right track! Here’s the update on Axl!

    Neozerahan: Zain, thank you so much for the nice comment! I’m just trying to give something back to this great community. I’m so glad the info is of some use to you. I look forward to the updates of your worx!

    Moni:watch out with laptops in the garden man! (you’ll understand why when you see my update… ). So here are – long overdue- the helmet updates…

    Thank you all for the support and encouragement – you have no idea what it means to me!

    AXL_Post_#003:


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    Next update: Clothing - finally back to sculpting heaven - !

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    Very nice work Etcher! Great job on the helmet. I'll eagerly be waiting for updates
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    hi etcher.
    great work. the design of this boy is exellent

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    Really amazing job!
    Can't wait to see more!

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    Great stuff Etcher, you look really inspired... and inspiring.
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    My other threads: A - B - C - D - M - P currently working on S

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    interesting little journal, reminds me of Rorschachs for some weird reason
    your son sounds like a joy to be around

    nice hard surface modelling on the helmet, very clean, looking forward to updates

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    His helmet looks very nice Etcher.
    Amazing how much work/love you put in your guy ( inspired by Steamboy ?).

    Keep it up.

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    A fine artist, so inspiring
    If at first you don't Succeed
    Do it your wife's way


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    Cool

    Definitly my favorite project here!
    Like you i like to spend more time on sketches, reflexion, and presentation. I think that if you like so much you're project it's also because of this aspect of creation.
    The helmet is wonderful and i'm sure that the polypaint and damage texturing will bring a lot to your "already" beautiful project!!!
    Do you have a BG in mind or would you like to make a collaboration work on it?
    If you want, i'm your man!!
    My new website: http://cedricbabouche.com
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    This thread is becoming an inspiration for all of us here.nice presentation.and silhoutte.keep going man. and yes one more thing,congratz on your new home renovations.
    Romel chopra

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    Etcher,




    ZBC can be as hazardous as it is helpful. Dreams become nightmares to the unitiated.

    Hopefully your family isn't calling in Professionals to help you with your Z-peeping sickness. Maybe only fully armored robotic pirates should be allowed on the top row. . .


    AMAZING helmet.

    Amazing realization of talent.

    Truly wonderful work and thread. The updates continually show agressive evolution. And although you declare hatred toward polys, I hope you manage to concstruct a complete scene for AXL, and not only a pedestal.

    Anyway, thanks again for the constant inspiration.

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    Default Fantastic

    This is looking great. I love it, the ideas the workflow, everything.
    Subscribed. Thanks for posting

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    Hi Etcher,

    I love your artworks so much! I like the way you did the anatomy study! Thank you for your suggestion in my post, and I'm looking forward to hearing from you more in the future!

    B~

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