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  • Ross O' Donovan

    The Necronomicon
    COOL

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  • PatrickJCreates

    When is this gonna be up to purchase??

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  • Stan Winston School

    Within the next few weeks so stand by.

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  • Craydon

    Hey how'd you know what I drew on my notebook in high school?

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  • music2012

    More lessons with Don please, his In The Shop youtube videos are great inspiration also, I'd buy a whole dvd set of lessons if he made them.

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  • music2012

    Just purchased it, it's up:)

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  • Sylvain Dousset

    Thank you for sharing this video !

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  • Suwong Mano

    w0w

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  • Suwong Mano

    Beautiful and strange.

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  • tfuj rtuj

    there is no full video

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  • simon ulfson

    no shit sherlock!!!

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  • MrRossT1

    Dang it! Make art AND stay healthy! Love you guys, please value your health as much as you value your art, want you here as long as possible sharing the knowledge. P90X. 🙂

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  • Stan Winston School

    Hi DarkSatja, The clay Don's using in this particular lesson is Chavant NSP made by Chavant, Inc. Just Google Chavant and you'll find suppliers who'll most likely ship to you wherever you are in the world. It's a medium hard clay that holds fine detail (teeth, horns, scales) well and you shouldn't have the same trouble with Chavant that you're having with your local clay. -Matt

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  • Stan Winston School

    tfuj rtuj, It's a lesson "Preview." To view the full lesson, just click on the link in the lesson description. -Matt

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  • toppertruthio

    pervert

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  • BLOOD-BOUND STUDIOS

    why?

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  • Black Royalty

    Thts soo freakin cool

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  • Aron Rubin

    I might not have said every little syllable

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  • LivingDeadDollsGirl

    What tool are you using at 0:37?

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  • Whoopand Löv

    can you tell me what for plastiline i must buy in switzerland???can you help ??

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  • slinkyminxy

    That would have looked so cool carved in leather!

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  • Jayuff Fawver

    great stuff brother thank you….

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  • Kathleen Robbins

    Wow, how cool is that! Gotta try it…..Thank you for sharing this technique with us.

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  • James Trotman

    these quick things are kinda handy

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  • Tommy Mott

    gotta love that subliminal enroll carved in haha

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