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Been working with green stuff, and added some things....

 

Added some hair to Slink, and filled in the gap in his neck...

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Started to try to sculpt the scale armor on Slan...

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The rest of the green stuff ended up on Xanathar himself....

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There will be more needed when the eyes go on.....

 

George

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You should totally put hair on the beholder. ::P:

 

a mohawk!   

 

How 'bout a pompadour ? ::D:

 

A rat tail is always classy. ::P:

 

***I find your levity at my expense, disturbing. I must ponder on how to express my displeasure...***

 

So I did some moar work on Slink, attaching a GS visor to his head...

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The photos actually look good, and make me despair a little less of my sculpting ability...

 

I did not like the scales on Slan's armor, so I re did them...

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Makes him look like he is wearing a tutu though.... ::o:

 

Thanks for looking!

 

George

 

 

 

***now where did I put my eyestalks.....***

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NICE GREEN STUFFING! The eye shade & the armor look TERRIFIC!

Thanks Malefactus!

 

As these are my first forays into using the Green Stuff for more than gap filling, I appreciate the praise!

(Especially from a master 'stuffer!)

I helps me tell my inner critic to STFU!

 

George

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I helps me tell my inner critic to STFU!

 

George

 

I tend to be my own harshest critic also...of course, I don't post photos on C.M.o.N., which would change my position in that capacity I'm sure.

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I helps me tell my inner critic to STFU!

 

George

 

I tend to be my own harshest critic also...of course, I don't post photos on C.M.o.N., which would change my position in that capacity I'm sure.

 

I posted a mini there once......

 

Doubt it will ever happen again....

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So moar green stuffing last night...

 

Added a belt and suspenders to slink, as well as the strap for his visor.

 

I think that I am going to need to trim them all down with a sharp X-Acto knife.

 

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He really looks like he wants to scream "Get off my Lawn!"

 

And added some more scales to Slan's armor...

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Comments and critiques welcome!

 

George

 

 

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