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peter the painter wrote:That looks like a whole load of hard work, but I can see it all coming together now, another great build, really looking forward to seeing the finishing stages.
Rogerbee wrote:He's coming together,
You don't really need to be that precise as I don't think anyone in that era would have had a tape measure or been a fantastic tailor. Gives you more leeway. As long as it looks right it'll be right.
Stryker2011 wrote:You're much braver than I. I don't think I'd have the guts to do that to one of Peter's sculpts. This should be interesting.
Rogerbee wrote:Your doing really well as far as I can see. I wouldn't know where to start.
Ovy wrote:Great work on that head by peter and you. I like that mustache.
I noticed that his ears are very prominent in some of the photos, will you add them too?
peter the painter wrote:That is some great work on the hair and beard, just need to match the colours together now.
Very clever stuff.
Stryker2011 wrote:Looking good on the hair and braids.
GubernatorFan wrote:Coming along beautifully, I think you're almost there with the head and I bet next time you post photos we would be hard put to distinguish between the sculpted and real hair. The whole thing can't help but remind me of the recent Coomodel Vikings, although yours is of course more complex and ambitious.
Rogerbee wrote:Yep you're going great guns (even though they don't have any)!
GubernatorFan wrote:Head looks great. If you had some left over, you could maybe experiment with adding some "real hair" strands around the plastic -- but be careful in case they need to be removed. Just an idea.
peter the painter wrote:That's a good colour match on the hair, I know what you mean about adding strands to sculpted hair, also the flash photography highlights the texture difference quite a lot,very nice work though.
Rogerbee wrote:Looks great, you managed to get the colours matched up really well there.
dadrab wrote:Well done, sir.
GubernatorFan wrote:Dare I say he's completed? Anyway, coming along beautifully.
Rogerbee wrote:Looking great there!
peter the painter wrote:Great work on him so far, the overall look is really good, looking forward to seeing all the other small details that you add.
bsWjghY by Peter Miles, on Flickr
Rogerbee wrote:All the fun to come!
Rogerbee wrote:Owww!! Scalpels and I don't get on all that well either. Be careful!
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