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Old 05-23-2013, 02:34 AM
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I made this "bobblehead zombie" some time ago.. Mostly to see if I was able to do it.. And it sure as hell was a challenge.
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This guy contacted me and asked if I could portrait him as a pistonhead.. And the idea is that his father will get the shifter as a gift..
Well since I've never done this before I agreed on giving it a try but did'nt promise anything.

Anyway, here it is.. As a claymodel (I will cast it after the weekend).
I hope you like it!
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Old 05-30-2013, 01:34 AM
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Poor guy is as hideous as your other shifters lol not talking bad on the shifters....theyre supposed to look like that. No wonder it would make a good gift for his dad. Çant imagine what an older version of that guy would look like, probably brings up better memories of when he wasntt quite as ugly lol. Good job as always though you are a craftsman
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Poor guy is as hideous as your other shifters lol not talking bad on the shifters....theyre supposed to look like that. No wonder it would make a good gift for his dad. Çant imagine what an older version of that guy would look like, probably brings up better memories of when he wasntt quite as ugly lol. Good job as always though you are a craftsman
I'm too tired to understand most of your comment, but I understand the last sentence and thank you very much for that.

I'm going away for the weekend so I won't be able to do anything until monday, but I can ensure you that there will be an update on this.
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This guy contacted me and asked if I could portrait him as a pistonhead.. And the idea is that his father will get the shifter as a gift..
Well since I've never done this before I agreed on giving it a try but did'nt promise anything.

Anyway, here it is.. As a claymodel (I will cast it after the weekend).
I hope you like it!
That is stunning! Man are you talented! I always say "Thank God for the artist, what beauty they add to this life". You are an artist!

Brian
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That is stunning! Man are you talented! I always say "Thank God for the artist, what beauty they add to this life". You are an artist!

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Thank you very much Brian for the nice words.. It means a lot to hear!
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I just finished this "pistonhead portrait" shifter.. It will get some layers of clearcoat but that will be tomorrows work.

I think it turned out pretty nicely.. And I hope you like it.
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Beautiful work!

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Beautiful work!

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Thank you very much, it means alot to me!
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There's a bunch of Frankenstein shiftknobs out there already.. And soon there will be another one, cause I sculpted this today.
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I just finished painting the Frankenstein shifter and I hope you like it.
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I just finished painting the Frankenstein shifter and I hope you like it.
There sure may be a bunch of Frankenstein shift knobs out there… But they sure as hell don't look as good as yours do!

Nicely done!!

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That is one pissed off Frankenstein!

I love these things!

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There sure may be a bunch of Frankenstein shift knobs out there… But they sure as hell don't look as good as yours do!

Nicely done!!

Jay K.
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That is one pissed off Frankenstein!

I love these things!

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Thank you very much to both of you.. It is very nice to hear that you like what I do.

More stuff on it's way soon.
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Having a slogan like "Shifting with Satan", kind of requires a Satan shifter.. Dont you think?
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