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    whoa, the plaid is really impressive. matches the album cover well. keep it up!
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    Great work and thanks for reminding me of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (swords @ Mar. 29 2005,1:59)]Thanks! Yup he's from scratch. This little guy started as 2 feet of aluminum wire and a about 1 1/2 lbs of Super Sculpey clay from the craft store. It took me about 25 hours to do the sculpt (baked in stages and details added, baked added...) and about half that long to paint it (over a few days time).
    I never thought about doing multiple bakes... I guess you can't really overcook it as long as the temperatures are fine?

    I did a little sculpting in school, and multiple bakes might have made some of my projects a bit easier to put together.

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    Unbelievable!!!You are awesome!Good job,keep it up!*Niki*(Trapper7)
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    Yeah, multiple bakes are awesome! I do all the skin first, bake and sand the bejezuz out of it then add the bigger clothes items, bake, sand, and just work on the smaller and smaller details, so long as you keep the temps low sculpey won't boil/burn. It can be a good idea sometimes to wrap parts that stick out in tinfoil so they don't darken if you want to keep your raw sculpt pretty when it's unpainted. With the amount of sanding I do my raw sculpts are never too clean anyway.

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    ecellent work!!
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    Great work!!
    I love the Circle Jerks! their cover of "Put a Little Love in Your Heart" was too much!!
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    Poor Ann Murray... never got any respect at home in the Yukon, had to have her song covered by a punk band to get some notice! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_n_32.gif[/img]

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