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    List updated!!

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    Like last time, an accessory item will be included with the set!

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    Re: DEADWOOD PROJECT (Al and Seth)

    Cool.

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    UPDATE:
    Please post any ideas. Do you want the sculpts with a neutral look or with some expression?

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    Quote Originally Posted by siquisiri View Post
    UPDATE:
    Please post any ideas. Do you want the sculpts with a neutral look or with some expression?
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    A bit/some expression would be appropriate.

    Al definitely needs expression given the character.

    Seth needs a bit of expression (i.e. determined look).

    I don't believe neutral would be applicable for the characters.

    Is the sculptor using an specific pictures of Al and Seth?

    If yes, can they be posted?
    "Good judgment comes from experience and a lot of that comes from bad judgment." - Arthur Bishop | The Mechanic (2011)

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeltaForceChung View Post
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    A bit/some expression would be appropriate.

    Al definitely needs expression given the character.

    Seth needs a bit of expression (i.e. determined look).

    I don't believe neutral would be applicable for the characters.

    Is the sculptor using an specific pictures of Al and Seth?

    If yes, can they be posted?
    He asked to get intel from all of us... I like this for al..

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    Quote Originally Posted by siquisiri View Post
    He asked to get intel from all of us... I like this for al..
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    That look is fine. Of course, the same picture needs to be used for painting the head sculpt . . . when the project reaches that stage.
    "Good judgment comes from experience and a lot of that comes from bad judgment." - Arthur Bishop | The Mechanic (2011)

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeltaForceChung View Post
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    That look is fine. Of course, the same picture needs to be used for painting the head sculpt . . . when the project reaches that stage.
    yeah! the old leathery look! LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by siquisiri View Post
    He asked to get intel from all of us... I like this for al..
    Definitely my pick for Al. That look is quintessential.

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    Re: DEADWOOD PROJECT (Al and Seth)

    Also one more thing. While Bullock would be fine with a sculpted neck as he uses a high collar shirt, I think Swearengen should be necklesss. Let me know what you think.. We would use clone TTM-19 bodies as a base.

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    Personally, I'd prefer if they were both neckless, I'm not impressed with the majority of those clone bodies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by siquisiri View Post
    Also one more thing. While Bullock would be fine with a sculpted neck as he uses a high collar shirt, I think Swearengen should be necklesss. Let me know what you think.. We would use clone TTM-19 bodies as a base.
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    For this project, I'm fine with or without neck for either head.
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    Re: DEADWOOD PROJECT (Al and Seth)

    UPDATE:
    Like OUATITW Project, im also scouting resources for the clothes.
    As stated before, with Bullock, all can be found at Battle Gear Toys, minus the pants, which I can get done for around $20. (Plus the shipping price and the printing of the fabric)
    With Al we have 2 options: The entire 3 piece suit or just the vest and the pants (which is what he used throughout the show most of the time) Im waiting for some quotes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by siquisiri View Post
    UPDATE:
    Like OUATITW Project, im also scouting resources for the clothes.
    As stated before, with Bullock, all can be found at Battle Gear Toys, minus the pants, which I can get done for around $20. (Plus the shipping price and the printing of the fabric)
    With Al we have 2 options: The entire 3 piece suit or just the vest and the pants (which is what he used throughout the show most of the time) Im waiting for some quotes.
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    Frank:

    I'm fine with the option of everything sourced with prices quoted/provided to those who are interested.

    For Al, the entire three piece suit would be preferred.

    With everything sourced, it'll be easier and convenient for those who want it all and they can easily assemble Al & Seth. They just have to purchase their own compatible/fitting body.

    I'm not speaking for all involved in the project. Just myself.

    My preference/thought is not to do anything half @$$ed. If we're going to do it right, then do it right from the get go.

    To put it in perspective . . .

    It's like making grandma's OOAK Sunday dinner casserole. Are we going to dick around with the original recipe by using cheap and inferior ingredients or omit some ingredients that are considered a bit too costly or are we going to go by the original recipe "as is" to ensure that the casserole is truly OOAK and delicious for all who are partaking in the recipe for the family dinner?

    I'm just saying.
    "Good judgment comes from experience and a lot of that comes from bad judgment." - Arthur Bishop | The Mechanic (2011)

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeltaForceChung View Post
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    Frank:

    I'm fine with the option of everything sourced with prices quoted/provided to those who are interested.

    For Al, the entire three piece suit would be preferred.

    With everything sourced, it'll be easier and convenient for those who want it all and they can easily assemble Al & Seth. They just have to purchase their own compatible/fitting body.

    I'm not speaking for all involved in the project. Just myself.

    My preference/thought is not to do anything half @$$ed. If we're going to do it right, then do it right from the get go.

    To put it in perspective . . .

    It's like making grandma's OOAK Sunday dinner casserole. Are we going to dick around with the original recipe by using cheap and inferior ingredients or omit some ingredients that are considered a bit too costly or are we going to go by the original recipe "as is" to ensure that the casserole is truly OOAK and delicious for all who are partaking in the recipe for the family dinner?

    I'm just saying.
    For sure. Im getting a few quotes so we can have some options.

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    UPDATE:
    I was also in contact with a fantastic artist whose paint skills are amazing!! Hell give us a great price if a few of us choose to go that route.. Ill IM you the info later in the week.

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    Re: DEADWOOD PROJECT (Al and Seth)

    Frank:

    Any progress/update (i.e. sculptor started work, ongoing status of sourcing, etc.)?

    "Good judgment comes from experience and a lot of that comes from bad judgment." - Arthur Bishop | The Mechanic (2011)

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeltaForceChung View Post
    Frank:

    Any progress/update (i.e. sculptor started work, ongoing status of sourcing, etc.)?

    Sculpts were started earlier in the week, no pics yet, and in waiting on an estimate, before i send out the info

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    UPDATE coming soon guys!!!

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    Excellent news. Looking forward to it.

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    UPDATE:
    IS coming soon!! Waiting in anticipation!!!!

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    here is mine, if your real picky he can use a new paint app...make him look much better... shameless plug.... he is for sale....




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    Quote Originally Posted by Mightyq View Post
    here is mine, if your real picky he can use a new paint app...make him look much better... shameless plug.... he is for sale....



    good work!!

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    Re: DEADWOOD PROJECT (Pics Added!!!)

    UPDATE:
    Heres the first rendering of Al! Will says this is step one and only around 25% done!
    Let me know what you thinnk!


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    Re: DEADWOOD PROJECT (Pics Added!!!)

    What does the striped outfit for deadwood cost you and who made it?
    Cesar

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cesar Dubon View Post
    What does the striped outfit for deadwood cost you and who made it?
    Cesar
    Were making another suit for this project. If your interested, send me a PM.

    frank

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    UPDATE:
    Will also asked for suggestions, feel free to post them!

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    Re: DEADWOOD PROJECT (Al Pics Added!!!)

    He probably hasn't broken symmetry yet and I know it's early stages so some of these points may be already in the works, but all I can really suggest is:

    1. His Jowls might be a little too firm. Depends on the season I guess, but I remember him being a little saggier around that area.
    2. The right side (his left) eyebrow probably needs to come up to give him some life.
    3. His hair part needs to be off-centre and runs at an angle across the top of his head. Always seems to be this way in the pictures.

    I've marked the parts I'm talking about with arrows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevejack2 View Post
    He probably hasn't broken symmetry yet and I know it's early stages so some of these points may be already in the works, but all I can really suggest is:

    1. His Jowls might be a little too firm. Depends on the season I guess, but I remember him being a little saggier around that area.
    2. The right side (his left) eyebrow probably needs to come up to give him some life.
    3. His hair part needs to be off-centre and runs at an angle across the top of his head. Always seems to be this way in the pictures.

    I've marked the parts I'm talking about with arrows.
    great input, !

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