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    Default back piece in progress

    Finished the second session of my back piece the other day. Really happy with the way it's coming together.


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    This should be a very nice piece. How many hours in? When's the next session?
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    It's ok. You must sure like engines.

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    I think we're right at 6 hours in. Last session was this Monday so I would guess at least another week till the next one. Unless he wants to work on the lower stuff.


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    Adding lots of detail could make this really nice, or the lack of could make it dull. .. Its not in my taste but as long as it is special and means something to you, thats what matters..
    Keep us posted..

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    sat for about 3 hours last night



    The engine we're using. It took me 4 years to get it put together but, it's home now.

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    I like the placement of that piece. It's got kind of a spine look to it.

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    Only two sessions left and it should be all done.


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    What's going in those gaps that are between the boarders of the engine and the skin 'rip'?
    I have a feeling those little gaps are going to make or break this piece depending on how they're handled.
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    The skin tears that are flapped over are going to be colored a red/pink, the edges of the tears are going to get some areas of dark red, and the empty spaces are going to have a mix of blood and oil in them.


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