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WIP Critique 1/16 The officer & his doberman

Discussion in 'Sculpting' started by kaz6120, Jul 15, 2013.

  1. engeee Active Member

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    Graham,
    I don't think showing the masters too soon is the problem and we can all understand and appreciate your having a full time job. I think your post(s) assuring us it would be released last year got all of our hopes up. Maybe just an update, even if it's not what we want to hear, might keep us happy. It's a great sculpt and I only hope I'll be able to add it to my collection when released. I can appreciate your concerns for detail too.
    Thank you,
    Steve

    "Hi Mick and all,
    My apologies, please let me confirm it will be released this year.
    I sculpt for a company full time and also run CGS on my own doing all moulding and casting etc.
    I appreciate it has been since Sept last year when I took ownership of the piece and thank you all for your patience and especially Kaz, I hope he is still patient with me ..."

    Then a following post "Euro at the latest..."
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  2. Gra30 PlanetFigure Supporter

    Hi Steve, I take it on board. Things change and if I have put customers off then I will have to take that as a learning curve, you have my apologies. I didn't commision the piece and I came into the discussion late as I bought the master from this thread and once the community knew the piece.
    As Cgs grows and my other work grows delays unfortunately crept in, I have now sat on a lot of masters before showing due to this.
    As said, taken onboard and you have my apologies
    Best wishes
    Gra
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  3. Steve Ski Well-Known Member

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    Understood, holler when he's ready if ya please.

    Cheers, Ski.
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  4. Gra30 PlanetFigure Supporter

    Will do mate :)
  5. engeee Active Member

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    Graham,
    As I said in my PM, I'd like to repeat publicly, there was no attack meant at all by my post. I simply wanted to show why people were asking and why we were so anxious. It's a great sculpt and will be a great release. No harm meant, just anxiousness.

    Steve
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  6. Gra30 PlanetFigure Supporter

    No worries Steve, no offence taken mate and the delay is my fault.
    I thank you very much for your support :)
    Thanks mate
    Gra
  7. T-34/85 PlanetFigure Supporter

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    I caught myself up on this incredible figure. Two very big thumbs up to you Kaz(y)(y) CGS is top shelf in my humble opinion and I have no doubt that we will all thank Graham for his persistence in making sure it's ready when it's ready. (y)

    :)(y)Tom
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  8. T-34/85 PlanetFigure Supporter

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    Well worth the wait and as promised, Graham has delivered. Thank you sir, order sent(y):D

    Tom
  9. CAT of BORDO Member

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    France
    Wonderful Figure, Amazing German NCO, Great Kaz Sculpt, and thanks to Cgs for this new product
  10. Steve Ski Well-Known Member

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    United-States
    Beauty, I'll be pegging an order mue pronto!

    Cheers, Ski.
  11. Tubby-Nuts2 A Fixture

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    :mad: ! I vowed to stop buying stuff! and start selling. .. Then this comes on-line! :arghh:and thrice :arghh:

    Not happy,:D

    Mark
  12. T-34/85 PlanetFigure Supporter

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    United-States
    I just received mine from Graham. It was my intention to just get it ready for paint but like a great book, I can't put it down. The sculpting and casting are on a level that one needs to see it, "in the flesh" It's fabulous! (y)(y) It goes together like a Tamiya kit, :D I was even going to attempt an open box/review but I'm too far into it now and someone with better skills hopefully will do so. I 'm in limbo as to which head to use, they are all spectacular. I have been leaning towards the one with the "crushed" service cap. The only thing that took a little more time for me was the assembly of the dog, but that was even not something to worry about. When I had him built up, he just, "clicked" into place on the base. I'll stop now and leave the rest to whoever reviews this fantastic kit. If you have even the slightest interest in the subject matter, you have to have this one.:) Even my battered credit card forgave me in the end,:LOL:

    Tom
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  13. Eludia A Fixture

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    United-Kingdom
    Nice to see this piece on the market. The optional heads are just crying out for magnetisation to make them interchangeable, why just use one head when you can have all 3 ;)

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