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mtylerfl

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Backstory Idea 2!!! Love it!  Very cool.


Thanks. I'm leaning that way too.

More thought on the matter is leading me to flesh out the story line to include "trained" scavenger" marine life whose purpose is to search for and gather mechanical debris, as well as transport otherwise immobile, injured sea creatures to the cephalopods' treatment facility. This will likely require modification to the transport "vehicle" (s), and the sloppy sketch I scribbled out (i.e., wad it up and start anew).

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While the Doug is away, the mech fish play.
Just got back from painting a 10' x 24' mural in nearby Kewanee, Il.
I have some ground to recover, but so far here is where I left off:


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Looking GREAT, Doug!
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Just an update... I have been working a little on my pufferfish 'fire truck'... he's ready for paint! I also have a little done on his friends GI Jane 'fish tank' and Dave the 'racer! He may also have a 'sub' and 'helicopter' friend... well will see!

Jen

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I am not going to be even remotely in the same game as you guys - but I am going to have fun playing and trying some of the stuff you all are teaching me.

Love the tutorials -- what an opportunity for me to learn.

HEY - after all you all do need students - right?

I am a fully qualified at studenting --- thank you master(s)

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Jen,

Great looking stuff! I'm also a fan of using some "found" items or making a mold and casting part of a found item.  If you want to build lots of pieces for parts, that's a time where a mold is really fun.  I actually cast with Magic Sculpt (Abracadabra Sculpt in North North Dakota...I mean Canada).  Will you light the eyes?
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Looks great Jen. Cool ideas!

Is that a can opener Doug? It looks like a handy gadget to have in the kitchen.

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Very cool Jamie! Can't wait to see the tentacles!

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Doug,
I am not planning on lighting the eyes... everyone else is! I must do something different. I also don't use LED's very often so I'm new to sculpt and lights! Should be fun!
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Couldn't go to bed without a little work on the project last night..spent the day unloading paint and gear from the mural event, but had to put some time in...

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Also started on the holder for the "little green light" as someone called it.



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You guy's amaze me with ideas you come up with, having fun watching these projects come together.  Thanks for the details and pictures they help the rest of scale that mountain.

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Doug.  Your fish is looking very pretty and a little less like a bottle opener.     I bought some jewelry for mine yesterday. 

I'm watching with great interest.

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Hey Doug,
Your Gramma called, she wants her jewelry back

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I thought I would upload the vector drawings for the tentacles for our octopus. These were drawn in Corel, and will get machined in a while.

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