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Great conversion! Perfect colors choice and the eyes is mesmerizing... nice job, really :winkthumbs:

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Thank you guys! I used the official artwork as my inspiration for both sculpting and painting. Mine turned out a bit "cuter" than the official art but this is the first I have actually ever sculpted and not just patched things up with greenstuff so I'm happy with him. I also love playing with colors so doing his skin was fun.

 

8 hours ago, lazarp said:

I love it! Do you have any pics of the conversion? I would love to see them!

They're not great photos but here are the ones I took at the bottom of this reply.

 

 

6 hours ago, AuralEntropy said:

Great conversion!

Been thinking about doing the same with one of the 3 ghouls from Bones 4. This gives me inspiration to do it.

Those look really good and I want to make more nothics when I can get hold of those ghouls!

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Looks so cheerful! 

And the goofiness is perfect for the subject. All nothics look a little goofy. 

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