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I put my name out there to design 3 D models for folks...… crazy starts after that...

I am not a great fan of Horror movies, but ran into a nice fellow who is. Sent me pictures of his collection..... He currently would like to add a Freddy Krueger piece... a wall hanging of his chest....


so for you that are scared.... don't go further. here is s quick look at a few points along the design path of this 24 x 36" wall hanging.
First image is the picture he sent me.

2nd image is a progress pict I sent him to confirm what he was after.

3rd image is the 90 % design. This is where he confirmed how big he wanted it and that the design was solid.

A bit more clean up, than carve, paint, ship to western Pa.

For your horror pleasure.
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Scott - I'm not a fan of horror movies (after watching the exorcist when it first came out), especially slasher films. But your work is still amazing (I still won't be buying any)

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Faces are the hardest things to get to look “right”. And you did five. Great artistry. Will this just be carved, or painted as well?
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Faces are the hardest things to get to look “right”. And you did five. Great artistry. Will this just be carved, or painted as well?
carved and painted is the plan...
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That is incredible detail, Scott! As usual, good job. Can't wait to see the finished piece.

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What do you do your modeling in?

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That is modeled in Aspire.

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Good looking artwork. He will love it.
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Wow !!!! and I'm worried trying to put a bunny rabbit in a deer scene.
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