Those are excellent, Peter. Really captured them.
Absolutely no doubt, you have captured each man's likeness so thoroughly, Peter.
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You really captured them both but my favorite is the Tarkin.
Superbement réalisé . Hercule Poirot est un détective belge de fiction créé par la romancière anglaise Agatha Christie
You have got the gaunt cheeks of Peter Cushing spot on. Love it.
Thanks for your comments guys.
I love that Peter Cushing head... absolutely stunning.
You nailed them both!
Great work on those someone will be really happy!
Peter, excellent job with both, as always, I hope to se these finished and painted......Jim
Thanks for your input guys.
Peter, sorry I haven't commented here yet. I love your work man! When a headsculpt looks like the intended subject without being painted, I know I'm seeing fantastic work!
This skill you have to translate what you see into a sculpt is enviable. Had you been alive during the renaissance, I think we would have many statues and paintings in our museums with your signature!
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Amazing work, love both of them! Both as sculpts and as characters.
It's been a while since I've seen any of your work and I surely have missed it.
While both are excellent likenesses, the Cushing sculpt gets me where I live. I love that guy's work and have watched many a crumby horror movie that was made memorable by the man.
You nailed him.
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WOW! Both of your sculpts are wonderful! I'm a big fan of Poirot, and you've really captured David Suchet's likeness perfectly! I'd love to have this figure for my own!
You can almost hear him utter "You may fire when ready"! Nice job on Tarkin.
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