Wow ... Thanks for the warm welcome!
It's truly an honor and is very much appreciated.
So, have you ever studied the human spine? I have, and I'll go on the record as having said the human skeleton is a marvelous, complex, and engaging thing of beauty. There are so many planes, so many contours, so many pieces that fit and work together perfectly. Where should one begin?
I've started a new sculpture. The pulls from the molds of this undertaking will become the residents of future haunt displays. I need to replace the old Ambush prop bodies that gave their all for the good cause. They served me well, and they've moved on to a less animated retirement in Bushnell, Florida.
If all goes well, I'll build some new machines that will require charaters, so why not treat myself to another cage match? Eric vs. the sculpting, molding, casting, etc. project - winner takes all ...
Bear with me, I'm dreadfully slow and equally rusty, plus the countless other "things to do" on THAT never ending list.
I'll post photos as progress allows and will look forward to your input.