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Re: Digest Number 4688
(1)Hi Bart, Welcome to the group, on the main page you will see a tab for photo's. you can upload your photo's and then give us an update via a mail. we
New.. to group and sculpting
(2)Welcome to the group... I'd suggest making a folder in the Photos section with your name and post images there. Tim
A global request for positive thoughts...
(14)Bob . . . May the Fisher family be healthy and well soon. Our prayers and thoughts remain with you. We've been in America since 1637 and we gotta keep going!
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Needing a sculptor for a kickstarter project!
(4)Hi Matthew, my name is Alexander Gargett. Your project sounds very interesting, I would love to find out some more information and tell you a little bit about
3D Artist - available for work and looking to meet others
(1)Hello there, Thanks for checking out my post! I hear this is the place to be if you’re interested in meeting other sculptors. My name’s Alexander Gargett
I want to sculpt a BIIIG monster - what medium?
(2)I'd use some sort of polymer clay. Probably SuperSculpy Grey because it is relatively inexpensive and it's working properties are great for that scale. Read
ethics in this hobby
(19)Actually a butterfly mold is where you make a box that fits your whole object. Make sure there is at least 1/4" air gap between the box wall and your object to
(1)Okay so, I have a couple of photos and will try to figure out how to set up a file and attatch them there. The photos I have are of an owl ornament (a gift for
A Sporadic Update- The Mini Sculpting Link Page!!!
(2)Hi Kevin, good to hear from you again and nice collection of links. Best regards, Ming-Hua ... http://fortressfigures.com/kcontos/ Please try to remain calm,
New member stuff
(8)Hiya Mattias, Well the rose is finished although the stem and leaf was a pain in the tush. I am currently painting it and then will send it out. It is one
Project Pantheon nearing completion
(1)Hi, yall! I'm more of a lurker than a poster but meh~ Anyway, I'm nearing completion of my first work... Pantheon from League of Legends which was side tracked
Ex Manus Studios
(1)Hi all, I've been a member of this list for a while now, and I have found the wealth of information to be hugely helpful in improving my sculpting. Indeed I've
Fwd: [1listSculpting] new sculpting: Hildegunst von Mythenmetz
(4)T his was quite easy. I just pressed the blade of a hobby knife into the Procreate while it gets hard. ... That is a great little sculpt! May I ask how you
Hasslefree 2012 sculpting competition entries and voting
(1)Hi, I think everybody who participated in the Hasslefree 2012 sculpting competition received a message but just in case, the entries have been processed and
28mm sculpting required for WW2 Artillery
(1)Hi, I have been running a successful Kickstarter for the Winter War (currently at £20.5K of a £3K goal with 18 days still to go): Please click here to see it
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Seeking an Australian based sculptor
(5)There's also Dave King (I think he's in Australia). He does Bederken miniatures here: http://www.bederken.com/ Great old school chaotic fantasy sculpts. --- In
Blending putty edges
(12)I'd talk to Ben and Jeff Rodman @ Fortress Figures - http://www.fortressfigures.com/Fortress_Figures/About.html or Tim and Jeff Neckerman @ Valiant
new sculpting: Hildegunst von Mythenmetz
(8)Here's just another miniature, I've finished a dew days ago. It's a bookling ("Buchling") called Danzelot and it's also a character from the Books of the
Portrait of the Artist as Zombie Fodder
(5)Yes, the sword is a claymore. I don't train with it, although I should, to reduce some of my "wargamer size" :P Love Procreate, it just sounds funny when you
Re: I have a Zbrush questions for those in the Know and ...
(4)Wow Thanks, some great answers from those who know. I'd definitely agree I think traditional is really important. I don't sculpt but I do make vehicle masters
I have a Zbrush questions for those in the Know and digital sculptin
(11)We've been hearing the argument that digital art will wholly replace more traditional methods for quite quite a while now. It was brought up over a decade ago
Re: I have a Zbrush questions for those in the Know and digital scul
(1)Hi Sean. I've been trying out loads of digital sculpting over the last few years. I'd recommend Blender (www.blender.org). Its totally free, open source and
Colonel Hairy Haggis
(5)Tha mi dochas gum bidh e aig sabhach anis. (I hope his at peace now) Chic ________________________________ From: Bobby Jackson To:
Re: Sculpting contest: Dress a Johnny - Maow Miniatures
(4)Hi, I just got a reply back from Maow Miniatures. The figure is 35mm but in running pose his eyes are at about 30mm height. Also, Maow Miniatures will also do
Re: Sculpting competition dress a Johnny - Mauw miniatures
(1)Hi, Argh, yahoo is still messing up posted links. If you copy the whole link (up to htm) and paste it in the browser you will get to the right page. I don't
Sculpting competition: dress a Johnny - Mauw miniatures
(2)Use this address to find the site (it is in French FYI) http://www.maow-miniatures.fr From: 1listSculpting@yahoogroups.com
(2)Hi, and a note for those who are only seeing messages on-line: please check if the email account you attached to 1listsculpting is still working and the
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new green from masquerade miniaturen
(69)For a brief period last night my set up changed to the awful NEO. Yuk! Yuk! Yuk! I hate the new set up and hope that it is abandoned due to the complaints from
Stefan B. Niehues
Yahoo is doing test
(1)Hello, Yahoo is doing some tests with a new interface and some Google users have been put in the testgroup. This seems to include me and there are some
(30)For small pieces I would recommand the extra firm for sculturs bigger than 10 cm you should take the normal one...
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