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Hello again OSW! Here is my latest bash. After seeing and being inspired by our boys overseas, creating this one was well worth it! Again, any comments or suggestions is greatly appreciated. Thank you.











 

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Holy cow! I thought that first shot was a reference picture of a real guy! Great job on the hair and the overall presentation. Looks perfect.
My wife says the same thing...actually it kinda of creeps her out becuase of how real it looks. But thank you all for your kind words.
 

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This is phenomenal! And the weathering is just perfect!
could I ask if you use pasterls powder for weathering or other means?
I actually use pastels and "make-up". Believe it or not, there are millions of different colors of women's make-up to use! Just don't use the ones with glitter!! As for model pastels, I use different mixtures to create the "real-world" textures and color and seal it with "Testors Dullcote" It's real easy, but the after effects is awesome!!!
 

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Again OSW, many thanks to the comments / reviews. I personally still take notes from other modellers here, and my enjoyment of creating a figure that others may enjoy looking looking and or taking notes from it is a benefit for most of us, if not..some. There are a few artists here that I admire their work, and I too am still learning a few tips here and there. Again, many thanks for your views and comments! :clap
 

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Wow! That is just great looking. You did a great job, the hair just looks so real! Can you share what you used for the hair and how you did it?

Mike
Mike,

The amount of time used to actually attached the hair was actually easier than I thought it would be. Here are 2 links that would benefit for all those interested in giving it a try.

MOHAIR LINK http://stores.ebay.com/mohairwig-com/Store-Policies.html

-Best place in my opinion to purchase almost any color and style and reasonably priced!!

And of course Mr. Tony Barton's tutorials that just plainly overwhelms me with his creativity! Here is a quick link, from one of our other 1/6 custom artists, JOHKAZ. (His site is an awesome reference for custom tutorial lessons) I still use it.

http://johkaz.byethost10.com/heads.html
 
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