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William Roberge
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My girls (and Wife) bought me a Mjölnir key chain yesterday, having nothing else to do we made a craft out of it....

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That is AWESOME Bill!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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That is great Bill!
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The customizing work here has long inspired me to undertake something similar. When a student gave me this Luchador bottle opener, I knew exactly what I wanted to do.
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Kevin Corcoran
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The finished product, and the Web Head works like a charm!


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Jodi Moisan
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That's really cool!!!!!!

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Agreed!

"Take that, Longneck! One for you, Microbrew! And that's just for openers!"

 

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Hahaha - good Spidey banter, Brian; I may steal that when people are next over. Thanks for the compliments, both. Jodi your fine brushwork is impressive, what pointers (groooaan) can you provide a novice?
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Kevin  the webs are hard and you handled them well. My tip would be, just have fun and do more.  I love seeing other peoples work, so I look forward to seeing your next project.
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This was done for WWE Diva Kaitlyn. Getting ready to do a couple comic book My Little Ponies this week.


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Excellent, Jodi! Another winner!
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Excellent patterning and color matching, Jodi - awesome.
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Jodi Moisan
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Thanks so much. Kaitlyn really liked it a lot, so I was pretty happy.

Here is a couple DC Ponies

The Poison Ivy is for our very own Ed Aycock.








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Great work as always, Jodi! Really love the layered leaves.  
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Ed Aycock
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Oh wow!!!!!!!!!!! :)
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Sean Guo Hua
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My latest work... Batman ecorche based on JB's design for the Batman: Black and White line. Still very much a work in progress.



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Jodi,

Your ponies are true masterpieces, as always! Your painting skills are stunning!
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Thanks Jeffrey !!!

Sean that is cool, is that the next figure you are doing?
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Jodi, you are truly the best!
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Thanks Jodi. Very nice Poison Ivy by the way.

I have done this ecorche as an exercice to practice my anatomy skills and force myself away from the usual "museum" poses. I thought JB's design, posted some time ago on this forum, was perfect for this.
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Very cool....what did you use to paint that Spider-Man bottle opener? I just got one of those things last week
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