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    Meet Monk

    So here is another little people project.
    His name is Monk.
    He has been around for some time, carving on and off but today i decided i was going to take him to a state where i am done with him.
    Not been a great one to carve, i really dont do well with faces and symmetry.
    Anyhow just thought i would post for some laughs.
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    cheers

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    Re: Meet Monk

    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Keeble View Post
    So here is another little people project.
    His name is Monk.
    He has been around for some time, carving on and off but today i decided i was going to take him to a state where i am done with him.
    Not been a great one to carve, i really dont do well with faces and symmetry.
    Anyhow just thought i would post for some laughs.
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    Camera sure does a better job of showing all the defects than what one sees without reading glasses. Lol. Enjoy.

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    I don't see any defects, looks great!
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    You've really been working on your skills with this carving stuff.

    Looks great Rob!
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    Nicely done, Rob. He has a great rustic look about him!
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    Cute!

    Don't stress the symmetry, the differences add character

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    I really like it! Symmetry, schmmetry, most people aren't all that symmetrical.
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    Looks good from here Rob!
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    I like it. Has a nice netsuke quality about it.

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    I like it. Its way better than I can do
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