Making of a Diprotodon

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    pipsxlch
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    On another forum I follow, there is an artist in Australia who saw a niche for well sculpted ‘toy’ figures of native fauna, extinct or extant. He started a company making them, and has been successful. He recently started a thread on that forum showing the creation process of an extinct Aussie megafauna herbivore called a diprotodon. His sculpting technique has been fascinating to follow for me, he really goes anatomically correct. Here is a link to that thread of anyone wants to see it. (I don’t know him myself, nor do I own any of his figures- I just think it’s neat)

    http://sts-forum.forumieren.de/t18452-diprotodon-project

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    Prezaurian
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    I took a peek, well worth the look.  Thank you so much for sharing it!  Amazing to see something come to ‘life’ from the inside out.

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    Melody
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    That is fantastic!

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