Those are beautiful!Stunning work. I had trouble with the foam board glue gunking up my past projects, did you thin the glue or just spread it thinner? both the Sarcophagus and the Head of Anubis were made with this same process.
Thank you very much for those kudos I use the 3M Model 6200 respirator from Lowe's. I wear it whether doing light work, airbrushing or heavy foam cutting. Mainly because the little paper ones fog up my glasses and though this looks likes I'm ready for the next zombie apocalypse - it's extremely comfortable to wear - even more than the paper ones.I swear, if there's such a thing as a Halloween art museum, your props deserve their own exhibit! I've been meaning to ask what type of respirator you use when you're carving the foam, and do you use the same one when you're shaping things with the hot knife? I accidentally got a lungful of hot pink foam fumes last summer while aging my stones, and it's made me leery of mixing heat and pink foam without the proper gear. The scary bit was that the fumes themselves don't smell so bad, but they laid me low with a bad headache and what felt like a sinus infection for a couple of days.
Oh, and can we hope the nice doggy is what's going to eat the hoodlums that vandalized Beloved?
Sorry I didn't see this before but thank youAbsolutely incredible!
That hellhound is fantastic, a true masterpiece of art.
All hail Terra!!
Wow...I'm just blown away. I have so many ideas running through my head after seeing this type of creation and potential.
It took me about 2 months to build the HellHound but a lot of time was wasted trying to figure out how to make the scales in a way that was realistic so thank you for the compliments on them. His tail is as long as his body - not including the head. But, then it's curled up like you see.Wow nice build up that dragon its amazing for me that all the scale is accurate in all direction.Specially colour choice is good and attractive for all the viewers..How much time is spend to make this dragon?What is the scale measurement of the tail?
Hey back Sorry I missed this. With the move everything goes haywire. Thank you so much for the wonderful kudos. Yes, it takes so much time for a few weeks of display. I can't tell you how many times I get a surprised look when I tell visitors that I made it. Almost to the person they say, " I thought you bought this!"I think when we see finished props in yards on display we think hey they look great...but we forget the hours and hours of labour that often goes into creating these masterpieces. I saw your hell hound and thought the same, I just didnt realise the time and effort that went into creating it. I take my hat off to you.a stunning piece of work... and all the very best on your new start in Texas too.
Aww, thank you...Holy BLEEP! That is absolutely outstanding work...
Thanks!Amazing job! Looks absolutely awesome!
No, I just make these for fun but thanks for asking. It's a great compliment.Do you sell any of your creations? The wolf is awesome!