|17 Jun 2009|| Natalie Adams|
*first comment boogie woogie*
wow - this is awesome, beautifully done!! I love the details in the scales, and the way you reproduced Eowyn’s stance. great job! Terry A Ernest
replies: "It`s very crude sculpture, but it done it`s job, in allowing me to get the lighting correct..."
|23 Jul 2009|| Richard Svensson|
This is really neat, powerful stuff! Do you still have it? It deserves to be made into a casting. Terry A Ernest
replies: "Yes I still have it Richard, the thing is, that I only modelled one side of the beast, and Eowyn was made in a very rough manner just for reference... not like the detail in your wonderful sculptures Richard "
|27 Jul 2009|| Richard Svensson|
Perhaps a relief wall plaque sort of thing, then..? Maybe you should give sculpting another go and create something that is meant to last? You can cast a lot of sculptures with silicone (creating a mold) and then cast plastics into that mold to reproduce your sculpture. It’s really neat having your own little figurines and plaques about the house. People always ask about them. Terry A Ernest
replies: "I`ve always hankering to make a lotr chess set... maybe I`ll do that when I get time, I`ll have to pick your brains on the best method thou ..."
|29 Jul 2009|| Richard Svensson|
I’d be happy to help you get the right materials for that chess set! The mold-making and casting of chess pieces is not that hard at all. Just give me a shout when you’re ready to go! Terry A Ernest
replies: "Cheers mate! ..I will "
|5 May 2013|| Noelle Campbell|
Wow. I don’t go to nearly this much trouble. I’d like to use your original on a blog post I’m doing about strongest female characters. Terry A Ernest
replies: "Hi Noelle, yes you can use it, "