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This is cool! Put it on the wall behind the bar when you get your (obligatory) hirst arts tavern finished :P

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I really like the concept and execution. Also great how the eye is one color. Like the taxidermist put a glass bead in because real eyes would become kinda gross after a while.

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Stop stealing my brain meats!

 

I spent most of Reapercon digging through the boneyard for various trophy heads like this. One day, I might even get one finished.

 

Very nice work.

-Dave

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Thankies guys :blush:

I'm going to end up buying molds some day, aren't I ? *sigh*

 

Yay! That was my reasoning behind the eye! (Also, I didn't add details, taxidermists eyes may have details, but I don't think I'd manage to make a glassy look to it).

Wind up the brain meat extractor! Mahahaha! Hasslefree has some dragon-heads made for conversions, I'm concidering getting a set, to mass-produce 4 of these as player trophys. The HF ones have necks..

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Thankies guys :blush:

 

I'm going to end up buying molds some day, aren't I ? *sigh*

 

Yay! That was my reasoning behind the eye! (Also, I didn't add details, taxidermists eyes may have details, but I don't think I'd manage to make a glassy look to it).

 

Wind up the brain meat extractor! Mahahaha! Hasslefree has some dragon-heads made for conversions, I'm concidering getting a set, to mass-produce 4 of these as player trophys. The HF ones have necks..

 

hacksaw. :)

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