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A Moral Dilemma 4 by tbolt A Moral Dilemma 4 by tbolt
Started work on this a month ago...

Style is kit bashed, but I wanted to complete the next part.

Friskella, of course belongs to :iconspacewolfomega:
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tails-sama Featured By Owner Aug 10, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
The angels cuddly suggestions sound preferable.(though not to Roth, I'm sure! )

I'd be scared to know what the devil had in mind. ^^;
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tbolt Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2008  Hobbyist Artist
Heh, Roth would find one suggestion uncomfortable at best, and the other, well very inappropriate, but definitely within character! =^^=
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tails-sama Featured By Owner Aug 16, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
on another note what do you mean by "kit bashed" o.o;?
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tbolt Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2008  Hobbyist Artist
Kit bashing is a term from my model building days, I didn't do it that much, but the professionals did it often. What it is is taking the parts from several kits and putting them together in a different model.

Many of the Star Wars models were constructed with pieces bashed together from various real life battleship models! =^^=

In this strips case, I re-used many previously drawn elements from earlier strips, and a lot of cut and paste between frames as well =^^;
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tails-sama Featured By Owner Aug 31, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
that sounds tricky, but could certainly be useful for making some creative models. I do remember I went through a modeling thing, but I kept losing the pieces and the spaceship or whatever it was never completed.

hmm, looking back, I wouldn't mind trying it again, if it wasn't missing.
I still get a kick out of building Lego models, they don't even require glue or anything. ^^
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tbolt Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2008  Hobbyist Artist
Heh, for the first ten years of my modelling experience, every kit I built had a lost or broken piece! ^^;

One thing I liked about working on the floor: You drop something, and it is already there! =^^=

As far as model building goes nowadays, it seems to be a lost art. When I was little K-Mart carried a great selection of cars, ships and aircraft. From civilian to military, and all skill levels. Heck I even got my first balsa wood and tissue aircraft from that store. Took me three years to build (started it, got frustrated, then returned again) then the cat ate it! Looked like flack damage! :rofl:

Now the stuff in Wal-mart is pre-painted and has very few pieces. Great for a beginner, but for someone with a little more experience, they leave a lot to be desired. Hobby shops are still around, but those are dying off too. Video games trump craft skills.
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tails-sama Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
those don't sound very fun. Stupid...not 90s era we're stuck in.
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tbolt Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2008  Hobbyist Artist
Heh, prior to video games there were a lot of imaginative things on the market. Video games wouldn't be so bad if they would just encourage a little better socialization...
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Dragon-Furry Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2008
Talk about bad luck for Roth... seems like the lesser of two evils :XD:
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tbolt Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2008  Hobbyist Artist
Ah, but there is method to her madness! (It will be seen! :D )

Thanks for the fav! =^^=
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