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14 minutes ago, Glitterwolf said:

That looks utterly revolting, which means you did a great job on him!


You said it all! :winkthumbs:

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That is a WONDERFULLY imaginative sculpt, a BEAUTIFULLY painted, delightfully disturbing creation. VERY WELL DONE!  

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Perfect, especially the touches of green at the extremities and the mucoid shine to the worm-tendrils. Who makes this sculpt--or is it your own design?! 

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3 hours ago, Rigel said:

Perfect, especially the touches of green at the extremities and the mucoid shine to the worm-tendrils. Who makes this sculpt--or is it your own design?! 

 

i sculpt it :rolleyes:

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What a wonderful scultp and paint (or rather what a disgusting one!) Love the slick look of the worms and the blending in of the green on the bottom of the robe.

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45 minutes ago, Goblyn said:

thanks

 

i tried to make it look vaguely humanoid and more disgusting :p


Mission accomplished! Looks like something trying to appear convincingly human, but its mind is far too inhuman to even recognize what it needs to work on. 

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