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Shaman


Barcelona chair


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  1. Nice work! I like the cave painting especially!

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  2. Roberto.....nice to see you back!

    I love the "cave painting"!

    ....also like the "shaman" are you going further with this character or is it a final?

    Reagards,

    Angel Rodriguez

    *nevbms

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    1. Thanks, Angel!

      I don't know how far I'll get with the shaman, my intention is to finish it, but I also tend to drift away from all pieces into new shiny porjects to work on. Will try to keep my focus enough to at least finish with the sculpting part.

      Cheers!

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    2. Awesome!Keeping an eye on this one!I can't wait to see the final results! :)

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