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    Lee Marvin and Robert Mitchum


    Last edited by boot25; 04-22-2004 at 20:29.

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    John...............you SUCK! *
    Is that a Frontline sculpt?



















    *suck= GRRRRRRRRRRRRRRREAT

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    Holy fragg! That rocks, Boot you are a scary man.

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    Yep,It's Frontline.
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    That is an AWESOME sculpt and an even better paint job. Excellent work.

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    Boot, that is awesome.

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    Damn dude, that is friggin' AWESOME! I thought the Sideshow repaint was the new top repaint (surpassing Ansgar) but this one may take the cake for the moment.

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    Looks good!


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    I've seen 1:1 busts that aren't painted that well. Wow.
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    OMG!!! SIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIICK!
    NICE JOB D0000D!!!!
    That sculpt looks like that Sgt Major in "We Were Soldiers"

    I'm still drooling over the painted head of mine you did for me!

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    Hey Boot, Lee Marvin wants his head back!

    Excellent work, just brilliant!

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    Bar none the best headsculpt paintjob I've ever seen!

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    I'm impressed, buawwwwhhhhh......



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    Incredible craftmanship Boot!
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    WOW!

    How long did it take you to paint?

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    Thanks Guy's,I spent about 2 1/2 hrs on it not counting drying time.
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    boot25, this is one of the BEST painting I've ever seen... and you did it in only 2 1/2 hrs !

    Chapeau bas, monsieur !

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    Absolutely Stunning paint Boot .
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    Boot, excellent paint job on an excellent sculpt. Lee is one of my favorites of all time. You did a great paint job.

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    All he needs (besides a body) is a dark suit, thin tie, and a 4" Model 29 S&W. He's a dead-on 'Walker', from Point Blank. Best paint job I've seen yet, Boot, dead bang-on.
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    21/2 hrs? i could spend 2 1/2 years and not get it that good!
    ...where at least i know im free , and i wont forget the men who died and gave that right to me-Proud to be an American!!!

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    Wooooooow...!!! You need to teach all of us how to be that good.!!

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    Stunning work, yet again, Boot. Excellent, and very life like!!!
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    Oh oh ! looks like you did it again, boot25! Just... EXCELLENT !

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    truly amazed with your painting skills. You should go into business. You would have not problem getting the business. At 2 1/2 hours a pop i am sure you would find yourself very busy!
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    Remarkable! BOOT-iful work once again
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    Where did you get Mitchum?
    Amazing likeness'.
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    Boot, what can I say, your artistic talent shows once again. My mind boggles at the technique necessary to produce such excellent results in such a short amount of time. I know that understanding a technique is only the first step to such fine craftsmanship. Work of this quality takes real talent.

    Thanks for sharing your work with us. It’s always such a pleasure to see, and study.

    Dan

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    Wow!!! Where is that Mitchum head from....he has been long over due in the 1/6th ranks
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    The Mitchum head was commisioned by a member of the Sixth Division, Sgt Shultz II
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