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Creature from Black Lagoon: 1/12th Scale

Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by kansas kid, Feb 16, 2011.

  1. Gellso A Fixture

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    Brillaint stuff. great greens and excellent eyes
  2. kansas kid Well-Known Member

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    I "Grant" you that, fellow Scotsman . . .

    Aye, Grant:

    So good to hear from you, Grant. My father's forebears are from the sod of
    Scotland. At one point I had dreams of visiting the homeland. Brownlee is
    a Scottish name. But I'm too old now, and the airport security is a major
    hassle. Gripe Gripe. . .

    Originally my name was referring to a terrain feature, as in Greenleigh,
    such as a meadow. So your kind words hit close to home, laddy. . . AND
    Brigadoon . . . is my all time favorite musical on Broadway.

    I do so appreciate you taking time to post your comments. Wishing you
    a bonny day, and a stellar weekend,

    The Rickster
  3. davidmitchell A Fixture

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    Scotland
    Great end result Rick, love all the variations of colour and the presentation.


    Cheers David
  4. smudger1960 PlanetFigure Supporter

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    Rick,great result on a classic film figure,i love the green colours youv'e used,and nice display,(y)
  5. SRP Active Member

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    Looks as good as I knew it would Rick...nice piece of artwork..well done mate.!
    Steve
  6. gothicgeek A Fixture

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    Adventurous and fun!

    A bold use of colour and some creative base-work...... brilliant!

    :)

    Mark
  7. kansas kid Well-Known Member

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    Greetings, David

    David:

    I do appreciate your remarks David. It was kind of you to take time to
    respond. You mentioned the colours. And I think that is one of the parts
    about this fantasy piece that has made it so much fun to do.

    As I wrote to another Planeteer earlier, I sat down with my sketch pad and
    box of Prismacolour Pencils and figured out what colours I wanted to use
    and determined what order they would be in as I was planning to "blend"
    the oil colours from one colour to another, as much as possible.

    Have a great weekend, David, and thanks again,

    Rick
  8. kansas kid Well-Known Member

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    Hello Brian in Britain. . .

    Hi Brian:

    Thank you so much for your comments; I do appreciate it, and that you took
    the time to do so. Like you, I think the blues and greens are colours that
    people find soothing and peaceful, in some regard.
    And that is my favorite side of the colour wheel; i.e. the Turquoise,
    aqua, blue violet, and the various shades of Blues and Greens.

    Thanks again, and have a great weekend,

    The Miami Jayhawk
  9. kansas kid Well-Known Member

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    Ah Yes, Greetings to the Good Doctor. . .

    Hello Doctor Pepper:

    It is always good to read your comments, my friend. And thanks for your
    remarks posted on my "Mickey Finn" thread.

    Perhaps. . . ahem. . . you could say I "slipped 'em a Mickey" Groan! 8-(

    Perhaps not?

    Thanks again, Steve. I wish you well, and hope you'll be telling us about
    your next project soon. We haven't heard anything from the Pepper Plant
    (alright now Rick, enough already) production team in a while.

    Inquiring minds want to know. Will there be news at Eleven? What are you
    working on, mate?

    rickster
  10. kansas kid Well-Known Member

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    United-States
    Hello to the Gothic Geek. . .

    Aw Mark:

    It is always so good to hear from you, my friend. (Of course, I am rather
    slow with my projects, since I can't work too many hrs. at the bench each
    day. . . take days off now and then, to avoid neck and back pain, for this old
    body. So I don't post project very often.)

    But I do so appreciate your very kind words, Mark. I am having a lot of
    fun with this project. And frankly, I am surprised it has received such nice
    words from the Planeteers since it is not a Historical figure. But we do have
    such a nice group of ladies and gentleman here. And you sir are certainly
    one of the really class gentlemen at Planet Figure. I have mentioned before
    I see your WIP and SBS tutorials as so helpful and very interesting as well.

    Best wishes to a fine weekend, Mark,

    rick

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