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Old 11-03-2003, 06:54 AM   #1
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Hi all ..

Here is what I am working on at the moment. Its a remake of an old image I made back in the 90'ies





Hope you like it.

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ohh yeah.. I forgot to tell you that he is going to be pulling a huge stone through a desert, in the burning sun. its intentional that he has no arms or head.

And I want him to be tall, skinny and crude cut in his posture, kind of like those old African wooden sculptures - if you know those.

I will post more as I continue the work.
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yeh, it looks good! uhm.. where is your name wrong written? in the pics or at the bottom of the post?
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heh.. My name is written on the images, but if my foreign name somwhat seems unclear I can try to clear it up:

My name is : Carsten Lind

Whoops.. I see what you meen )
... gotta fix that.. LOL
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interesting...

bizarre, but interesting.
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Strong charicaturized style I'd say! Which look good.
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Thanks for the replys, it meens alot with the critique.. I will post mores as I progress in the making of this image..
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A little update for you guys.



Im gonna work on it all evening, so more might come later .. Please comment your thoughts.
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Hmm, interesting. (Said in a good way)
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I just got a crazy thought; as these zombie like creatures walk in the desert, doing nothing but pulling stones, I thought he needed a body fluid recycling system.... What do you think ?



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Yet another update.. Fixed some problems with the joints in the spine and also made his chest a bit bigger ..
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that is really starting to look great!
Can't wait to see more...
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Tonights last update, the bed is calling my name ..

Please post your thoughts and comments.



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how u making this. chap.
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Wow, that's surreal!
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