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Neil Merryweather

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Richard, you still know more than someone who hasn't sculpted ever, which is the point, isn't it? Nobody will blame you for having your own opinion.
Your approach to sculpting is just as valid and interesting as anyone else's.
If you are willing to take the time to do a sculpting blog it then you should - you don't HAVE to call it a masterclass-how about an exploration?
Seriously, there is good will here, so just feel free to run with it
 

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Richard, besides its just us here to give you the customary ribbing. The curiosity is how an individual approaches his build and a chance to learn either from scratch or a simple tip that may never have been thought of being shared. Who knows, many may be comfortable you showing what you can do as oppose to a hot shots intimidating skills. I like the fact that even the hot shots have the same issues that we face in stages of sculpting or building. They tackle it differently and that's what I'm looking for.

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Richard
 
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Please run the blogs Richard. You are a talented sculptor and the detailing you put onto your figures is exceptional. It will be an education to us all.
 

Richard48

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Richard, besides its just us here to give you the customary ribbing. The curiosity is how an individual approaches his build and a chance to learn either from scratch or a simple tip that may never have been thought of being shared. Who knows, many may be comfortable you showing what you can do as oppose to a hot shots intimidating skills. I like the fact that even the hot shots have the same issues that we face in stages of sculpting or building. They tackle it differently and that's what I'm looking for.

Cheers,
Richard
Cheers Richard.I will start doing some next week.Will start by talking tool and materials as a starter.
All the best from Rich
 

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Richard, you still know more than someone who hasn't sculpted ever, which is the point, isn't it? Nobody will blame you for having your own opinion.
Your approach to sculpting is just as valid and interesting as anyone else's.
If you are willing to take the time to do a sculpting blog it then you should - you don't HAVE to call it a masterclass-how about an exploration?
Seriously, there is good will here, so just feel free to run with it
Thanks mate.I will think of a suitable title for the blog.Maybe you can join in with using polymers like Beesputty.
Glad you got some nice feedback on Planet figure on the Fireman.
Stay safe.
Richard
 

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Please run the blogs Richard. You are a talented sculptor and the detailing you put onto your figures is exceptional. It will be an education to us all.
Many thanks P diddy for your encouragement.
All the best to you.
Richard
 
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