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Old 17th June 2011, 01:58 PM
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Default Hatzegopteryx: Work in Progress

I started making a Hatzegopteryx, without a skeleton. This is the most realistic so far, but I am bound to run into difficulties soon. The wings are going to be hard to make. This is my first sculpture with realistic fur. In the finished product I will add some flocking to make it reaslistic. I put the schleich giraffe next to it for scale.
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I started making a Hatzegopteryx, without a skeleton. This is the most realistic so far, but I am bound to run into difficulties soon. The wings are going to be hard to make. This is my first sculpture with realistic fur. In the finished product I will add some flocking to make it reaslistic. I put the schleich giraffe next to it for scale.
I would say that the neck appears a little too 'straight'. Interestingly, CollectA has released a really nice Hatzegopteryx this year--apparently one of their best (I am still awaiting them here).
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Looks good Pachy! Looking forward to seeing it finished.
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Old 21st June 2011, 05:46 PM
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I would say that the neck appears a little too 'straight'.
That is what happens when you use a toothpick for the neck.
I think I may be stuck with the wings. Thre may not be any progress for a while until I learn to make them.
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