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PostPosted: Tue Dec 18, 2018 10:08 pm 
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It's that time of the year again, when shovelling snow becomes a good excuse to do some quick sculptures. Anyone up for a snow sculpture challenge this happy season?

First out, a couple of quick Dwarf heads:

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And some old ones from previous years:

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 19, 2018 9:16 pm 
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Splendid!

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As usual, the snow outlook for the south of England is pretty scanty.

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They are great. I really like them.

Unfortunately, as with SA, here in the Netherlands winter simply means the rain is colder. And any snow deeper then 2cm that falls (one or two days a winter on average maybe) grinds all public life to a halt. So snow sculpting is out of the question here. We're glad if we have a winter where we can make a simple snowman.

The upside is of course that there is very little snow shovelling to be done ;)

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Hehe, there ought to be half a meter of snow every winter. ;)

Can you trust an elf?

The icy and lumpy snow made this one tricky, and pulled down the quality drastically, as well as having it end up way too thin. Still, it's a face.

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 13, 2019 10:23 pm 
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The snow is currently too frosty and lumpy to be much good for detailwork. It would not have been advisable to attempt teeth with such material:

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I like them. They're maybe not the best, but they're fun. :) Though if you claim the face is the face of an elf then you can get away with it being so thin. It resembles en Elder scrolls elf quite nicely I think.

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This one looks a bit spooky.

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