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Topic: Willow Tree Style Figures  (Read 860 times)
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« on: November 16, 2014 05:31:52 PM »

My wife has a set of Willow Tree figures from her mother. I'd like to sculpt a new set to represent my family.

If you visit http://www.willowtree.com/ and look at the second slider, you'll see that the figures have a chipped stone look of flat planes almost like something was rolled across the surface.

I'm thinking of using Magic Sculpt to create similar figures and wondered if there were any suggestions for creating that flattened, carved, chipped look.
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