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Thread: Zoinks Scoob - it's The Phantom

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    Zoinks Scoob - it's The Phantom

    My Scooby Doo villains continue to grow.
    The Phantom from Hassle in the Castle.

    Commissioned 3d sculpted head (this one I actually had to convey my vision by providing the artist photos of a clay mockup. Then, once he got started, I photoshop'ed his rendering to achieve the final product).
    3d printed head in Resin
    "My" absolute very first clothing job - from pattern to execution.
    Type-S body

    (EMCE Hammer's custom Mystery Machine on loan from The Boy)

    Enjoy!

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    Love it. Really nice job.
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    Sweet!

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    Awesome job. He came out great!

    Although my guess is you could have 3d sculpted the head yourself by the time you did everything you did... you should give it a try on the next one.

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    Wow that turned out great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sprytel View Post
    Awesome job. He came out great!

    Although my guess is you could have 3d sculpted the head yourself by the time you did everything you did... you should give it a try on the next one.
    Thanks everyone!
    LOL yeah - someday I will get there with the software!
    Sewing thought - jeez....it's a pain. Make a template...print out the template...pin the template to fabric...cut out the fabric...pin the seam allowances...load sewing machine...start sewing...cuss through each step...5 hours later and I had two finished ghost outfits.

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    Very cool.

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    All of your efforts show in the finished quality; just excellent, congrats!

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    That's slick--deft sculpt and drapery. Love Scooby customs.
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    Very cool. Nice work.

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