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Old 11-11-2010, 02:21 PM   #16
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Originally posted by bullet1968
Amphibious in nature mate??? Looks kinda toadfish like...LOL jokin

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Haha, actually that was the kind of look I was going for!
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Well I think you have it old boy...now the body would be the interesting part...or mind destroying..LOL
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Dammit bullet!

I hadn't really planned on doing a body for him, as with the first one, but since you mentioned it I had ideas swimming around my head as to how I'd do it.
Now I've had to go ahead and give it a go!
All your fault....lol

Will post some progress on the body when it's a little further along.
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Just a quick update before I'm off out for the evening!
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My fault!!! bahahahaha bulls**t it is...its your overactive glands again mate...LOL. Looks good though! its exactly what I was envisioning mate...nice beer gut...almost as perfect as mine!

Keep it up now mate...gotcha

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lol, was only kidding bullet....

Got a couple of hours spare this morning so got the body pretty much finished, just need to get the hands and feet done and into Z he goes!

Once I've decided how many fingers and toes he should have it shouldn't take long to get them done hopefully.
And with a bit of luck I'll get some time tomorrow morning to do a bit!
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Bahahahah I know mate..I know....the usual 3 fingers...webbed..maybe a Davy Jones/Octopus breathers on the side??

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Yeah, will probably go for the 3 fingers/toes thing, makes sense what with the way he looks and all.
Have taken a slight detour from that character for tonight, always wanted to model some Marvel characters so decided to try out Ironmans helmet.
Got the top part started, (you may notice a slight vert misalignment near the crease at the top, that's fixed now....) but must go to bed as I have work in the morning, and have to go whilst suffering from a cold and cough.
Fun times ahead.....lol
I'll finish it off when I get back tomorrow night,
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You are getting as bad as me mate LOL 25 models on the march...

Loooks ok mate

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Cheers Bullet,

Trying to keep the number of projects to a minimum, that's why I'm doing this doodle thread, not important if any of them get finished or not, as none of them are actual projects! Win/win situation! lol

Got the helmet shape done, thinking of taking it into Z to finish off the little line indents that seperate the helmet into pieces, and maybe paint it and give it a little battle damage.
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That looks nice Dango77, dont you get the urge to do the rest of him................dave
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That looks nice Dango77, dont you get the urge to do the rest of him................dave
Aaargh!
Please don't say that Dave..... lol
When Bullet mentioned the same kind of thing about the Amphibious character a few posts back I got too tempted and couldn't resist, and now you're doing it! Haha
It may just happen again now and I haven't even finished the last one.....
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I think its just hard to envisage without some part of the chest armour at least Dango...its a bit hard to try and get what you are trying to make across mate.

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Fair enough Bullet, I see your point.
I'll give doing the rest of him some thought and see if I can get hold of some good reference images.
I have to admit I would love to finish him off properly!
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Got the base colours down, more refining needed though....
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