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That looks awesome would love that on my mantle.



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looks great tom.

very nicely done.
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SWEEEETT!!

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WWOOOOOW!!!!!

I've only read two pages of this thread so far, and already, I'm hooked :dropjaw


Bat Texan that Is a RAD!!! sculpt, I'll continue reading the thread to see how it turns out. emoticon I've been lurking in the shadows here for only a handful of months, but from what I've seen of yours, you really know how to make urethane/latex look like a drawing of cloth :huh Wow, I hope that sentence makes sense to you, 'cause it almost didn't to me.


Two questions for you....First, I recently read "The long halloween", and really dug the drawing style. The name of the artist escapes me ATM, but have you, or will you ever do a cowl like that ??? I'd totally be into it, and other bros can chime in if you guys would be too. Second, have you ever cast complete armor in latex or urethane to match your comic style cowls ???? That way, those of us who don't quite have the bodies to pull off a HUGE...RIPPED batman in spandex, could still look cool !!!!


Sorry for the huge post guys....LOL


Peace :batman

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Thats absolutely beautiful! Gonna look even better in black or blue :wink
I can also say that Ed is one of the nicest most helpful people around, he has sent HUGE mails to me regarding molds too and I cant that him enough.

Cant wait to see this cast up!

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I like. :up

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Tom. it looks Awesome!

I have one concern/question for you. The foam you used to fill the urethane master. it is a soft expanding polyfoam correct? as opposed to a hard curing urethane foam? that is definitly a big deal and its hard to tell from just pics but the foam in the last pic looks rigid and not squishy. hope you can say that it is.

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I hope its soft or he wont be able to bunch it up and pull it form the master mold.

Man this looks better each time I see it.

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Looks great!

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yeah i mean its probally soft, he knows what hes doing, its just ive been watching alot of videos where a hard urethane foam is used and it looks alot like that. so that last pic made me wonder.

BUt here is a quick photo manip, i hope tom doesn't mind, if you want me to, ill remove it tom. i was really curious to see what this looked like in shiny black/ dark gray.

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