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True/complete Tiamat conversion of Ma'al Drakar

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Looks fantastic! Excellent job on modifying the heads--very detailed (and brilliantly spooky) interpretation of the Dragon Queen.

Did you by any chance take photos along the way? I'd love to see the progress over time :)

 

-E.E. 

 

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2 minutes ago, EldritchEladrin said:

Looks fantastic! Excellent job on modifying the heads--very detailed (and brilliantly spooky) interpretation of the Dragon Queen.

Did you by any chance take photos along the way? I'd love to see the progress over time :)

 

-E.E. 

 

sadly didn't think to until she was done

:-(

got in a sculpting mood last Wednesday and knocked the sculpting out in a 8 hour run.

:-/

would be happy to help someone doing a conversion though.

 

if I end up selling her - the next one will be photo logged. 

 

Although I love this picture :-)FB_IMG_1516933639322.thumb.jpg.e53a9ffc3ccab5af567ec702bd580464.jpg

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2 minutes ago, elussya said:

sadly didn't think to until she was done

:-(

got in a sculpting mood last Wednesday and knocked the sculpting out in a 8 hour run.

:-/

would be happy to help someone doing a conversion though.

 

if I end up selling her - the next one will be photo logged. 

 

(8 hours?!? Wow, I applaud you!)

Fair enough! Well, if you end up sculpting a second, I'll for sure take a look.

I've been considering a Tiamat conversion using the Reaper "Hydra" mini. Haven't gotten around to it yet, though.

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Thanks EldritchEladrin :-)

 

I'm a fairly decent sculpter when in the mood :-)

 

Usually prefer digital sculpting now (undo rocks- although it is a bit more tedious), but sometimes get the whim to get my hands dirty still :-)

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