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Post by Vermis » Wed Oct 10, 2012 3:38 pm

You including Arty and Etrigan in that remark? :P

I agree the guy complaining was being a bit of a tit, but I wonder which bandwagon you'd be on if Booth was a mini sculptor/seller and jumped onto Frothers with a bloop like that. 'Unprofessional' is only the beginning.

For me he only digs himself deeper when he bewails "Don't you think I weep bitter tears of blood when someone draws a dinosaur wrong?"
I kinda liked Brett Booth because, while he's of the Rob Liefeld school of comic artists, he's a decent dino artist. I know what it's like to see so many artists get dinos wrong (and you know what happens when I get going); but instead of using it as an excuse to jump off a cliff like everyone else, it's a reminder to have at least a quick glance at something I'm not familiar with before I draw or sculpt it. (And I'm only some idle layabout on the internets, not a pro artist)
And 'how to hold a bow right you dumbass' is arguably a lot easier to find out at a glance, than the correct shapes, proportions, positioning and outer covering of many a prehistoric beastie.

TL;DR: I look at that article and, contrary to BleedingCool's expectations from most of it's commenters, think "Booth, what a twat."

Anyway. Pretty sculptings. Who's got 'em?

Post by Rev Nice » Wed Oct 10, 2012 2:37 pm

I'm on Booth's side.
The whining little cunt can stuff his arrows up his arse.
Jesus, there are some days when stupid time wasting turds just make the internet seem too big a price to pay.

Post by the_BADSMILE » Wed Oct 10, 2012 1:20 pm

Vermis wrote:I know what Brett Booth would say about that. "I'm too busy and lazy to properly research my subject, dammit!"


Thx for the link! :D Hilarious.

Post by Vermis » Wed Oct 10, 2012 12:58 pm

I know what Brett Booth would say about that. "I'm too busy and lazy to properly research my subject, dammit!"

Post by DemonEtrigan » Wed Oct 10, 2012 11:56 am

Artemis Black wrote:
Anonymous wrote:I can't believe the quality of some of these sculpts, it's almost enough to make be give up trying to learn, they're that that good.

How in the name of god does anyone sculpt like this?

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You take a good mini and you make the right arm weird and stick the head on in the wrong place?


And of course make sure that you do absolutely NO research whatsoever on how you actually fire a bow so that you get it wrong when you sculpt :)

Post by Artemis Black » Wed Oct 10, 2012 10:00 am

Anonymous wrote:I can't believe the quality of some of these sculpts, it's almost enough to make be give up trying to learn, they're that that good.

How in the name of god does anyone sculpt like this?

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You take a good mini and you make the right arm weird and stick the head on in the wrong place?

Post by Vermis » Tue Oct 09, 2012 7:07 pm

I still have to finish my basilisk for that. :P

Post by Germy Bugger » Tue Oct 09, 2012 8:22 am

Full on commercial venture, Dungeon, Monsters, Scenery and a selection of Heroes taken from the existing Pendraken ranges.
Links to the ranges are here.
They even ran a sculpting competition earlier this year with people making new monsters for the dungeon.

Post by Australian Dawn » Tue Oct 09, 2012 7:07 am

Germy Bugger wrote:But I'm also very found of the 10mm dungeon, monsters and scenery I made. For its originality if nothing else 8)
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Very interesting. Was this a commercial range or a private project?

Post by Australian Dawn » Tue Oct 09, 2012 7:02 am

ukfreddybear wrote:A Stone Giant I did earlier this year on a private commission. Not my concept I should point out.

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More pics here:
http://www.majesticbear.net/conversions/18

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