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Awesome! I was trying to decide whether realistic fire or 8-bit cartoony fire was a better route, but I think you sold me on realistic.

 

I'd be really interested to see your take on the stone form.

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Awesome! I was trying to decide whether realistic fire or 8-bit cartoony fire was a better route, but I think you sold me on realistic.

 

I'd be really interested to see your take on the stone form.

 

Funny you should say that- I strongly went the opposite route on my little flames (they're as far from realistic as I could go).

 

My wife did the stone form.  She sculpted rocks covering all of the flames, and after painting him covered him in moss.  I don't think she got any pictures, but I'll convince her to post him.

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I love the way the dark details rise from the (equally impressive) lighter colors of the flames... reverses the usual way of things, like. Very cool.

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