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  1. Danial McCoy
    May 8, 2015
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    Amazing! I came across this video just looking for help on making some large Broadway masks. I ended watching some amazing sculptures come to life! A big inspiration for me, Thank you for sharing this!

  2. Stephen Mitchell
    June 5, 2015
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    Nice work what is the name of that  music

  3. Alphonsus Padavano
    June 28, 2015
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    I just subscribed to your channel as per my custom I will watch all of your posted videos,and keep coming back as you post. Complainin g about ungrateful customers has been my mantra for decades.

    Al

  4. Paul Mays
    July 2, 2015
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    where do you get poly blocks that large?

  5. Ron Wylie
    July 18, 2015
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    Breathtaking and wonderful, what fantastic art

  6. ecib wilson
    August 18, 2015
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    i would like to be a part of your team, i am an experienced sculptor how can i e- mail you?

  7. Mark Cap
    August 22, 2015
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    Beautifully done.

  8. Tony Beadle
    December 4, 2015
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    Beautiful work, I owned a fibrous plastering company for many years and can appreciate all the time and effort that you put into your sculptures, never had the opportunity work with polystyrene, but it looks great fun, was not expecting such a smooth finish, lovely work indeed.

  9. Wyndie Featherstone
    December 22, 2015
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    Absolutely BEAUTIFUL!!!

  10. CatspitProductions
    December 30, 2015
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    From stone to Styrofoam. That is wicked cool. Excellent video. Love the creative dance 😉 Come get some Catspit~!

  11. Abraham Acosta
    January 6, 2016
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    great work.it amazing.

  12. JOEGGGJOE
    January 10, 2016
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    Beautiful. Stunning.

  13. hulagirl1955
    January 13, 2016
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    Quite majestic and lovely work. So painstaking, isn't it? Enjoyed following the process and watch your patient and skillful workings. Loved the musical interludes, too. ♥

  14. Carlos Lima
    January 15, 2016
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    VERY, VERY GOOD!!!!

  15. Cathy Ongteco
    January 30, 2016
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    Incredible, amazing talent and skills! love the dance too haha 😀

  16. e Rob
    February 2, 2016
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    Impressive. you are very talented.

  17. ToddAndelin
    February 6, 2016
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    beautiful work! its gotta be fun working at at scale!

  18. Amarilio Melo
    February 10, 2016
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    PARABENS PELO BELISSIMO PROJETO E ARTE!!!

  19. Ginny Sephora
    February 26, 2016
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    would you post a video on how to make the home made hotwire cutters noone does them good they either go way too simple or too complicated

  20. Nicolás Jiménez Q.
    February 28, 2016
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    Awesome!

  21. Herris Yutui
    March 2, 2016
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    indeed..

  22. Shedz Channel
    May 3, 2016
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    beautiful work….nice to see it hand done for a change. no cnc routers or computers here!
    ''but for fuck sake wear a mask!''… those fumes will make you sterile and then kill you!

  23. jezzacek
    May 15, 2016
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    great work! its cool to see someone doing creative architecture by hand

  24. Bill Daniel
    June 12, 2016
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    That's awesome! 🙂 Thanks. I am going to try this type of scuplting.

  25. Bat Fastard
    June 20, 2016
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    can I just say, Wow. Fucking Wow!

  26. Decorative moldings from plaster
    June 22, 2016
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    Beautiful!

  27. fira iman
    July 1, 2016
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    Wowww

  28. Prudence Bice
    July 13, 2016
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    Can I ask your advice on where to get or make a good hot wire foam cutter? It appears to me you are maybe using two together? I cannot find anything online decent to buy and I am seriously struggling with the junk I have bought. By the way, your work is amazing.

  29. Reyna Maria Narvaez
    July 21, 2016
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    I like, Good, good, good, good. ….

  30. Freddie Hill
    July 28, 2016
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    Hi Aden and team! I was wondering where you get your large pieces of styrofoam from. I've looked in several places but only found it in small sections. Can you help?

  31. alan smlth
    August 7, 2016
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    Impressive!

  32. Jason D'Amico
    August 23, 2016
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    This is amazing!!   Where does one get those huge blocks of Polystyrene?

  33. Raquel ortiz
    August 29, 2016
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    where do you buy your foam cutting tools from? raquelrortiz@gmail.com

  34. Margaret MacLellan
    October 21, 2016
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    Fantastic!

  35. Voxel Lab
    October 25, 2016
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    Thanks for sharing, wonderful work! So tell me is this a bid job or hourly? do you get paid for the lazy, unorganized, in ability to visualize there own design low life clients stupid changes?? I wish I had a dollar for ever change a client made. I often say 80{5aabe1b64c219f6f29e4ecad69b119eaa0c9dd9e524c451ecae8f93d68902924} of my job is to show the client what they don't want.

  36. Nancy Bisogno
    November 10, 2016
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    Just fabulous!! So exciting to watch!!

  37. Polymer Clay Artist
    November 14, 2016
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    Very nice work!! Once upon a time I used to do Plastering and built basic window canopies and columns out of foam but THAT, sir, is outrageously amazing and skillful!

  38. utubewillyman
    November 18, 2016
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    Beautiful work. But you knew that already. Do you coat these with any kind of epoxy or plaster? If so, what do you use?

  39. jose luis Vittar
    December 11, 2016
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    ANIMALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL !!!!!!!!!!!!!

  40. Arif Kuyucu
    December 12, 2016
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    Love + attention + patience = final result

  41. Courtney Melvin
    January 7, 2017
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    I am about to do some work like this. Did you make the "hot wire" yourself? If you did, how?

  42. Martin Taylor
    January 27, 2017
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    Wow amazing work, you're a true artist

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    March 24, 2017
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  44. The Garbage Engineer
    April 10, 2017
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    Take this for what it is worth, but one thing that might help (with the
    NUMBER of change orders (COs) that occur AFTER the deliverable…I
    emphasize 'number' and 'after' as COs should be assumed to happen
    ALWAYS, but the number can be significantly REDUCED) is to utilize
    Parametric 3D technologies to do the prelim work. By using low cost or
    no cost 3D Cad solutions that are out there you can reduce the change
    orders, INCREASE the quality (as changing a finished product almost
    always results in LESS THAN optimum final results) and by so doing
    produce a product that is arguably considerably much higher quality, but
    for considerable reduced OVERALL cost (by virtue of them being able to
    see the designs in 3 dimensions and decide on the change orders earlier
    on in the process…rather than after the deliverable has been given.
    Also such designs can be integrated into the '3d Assembly WITH the other
    parts of the system or building, to keep track of things like
    interference and/or method of installation. I know this is old (2011),
    but I thought this comment might help others. I am not against old
    school, but 'teaching old dogs new tricks' is where the MONEY is (most
    'old dogs' understand the foundation principles which is what many young
    professionals lack…and what is arguably necessary in order to use the
    tools I mention most effectively). Hop this helps someone.

  45. Peter Twining
    April 15, 2017
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    Totally awesome, true talent.

  46. Michał Wiśnios
    May 16, 2017
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    Great work. This architectural ornaments look fantastic

  47. Dave Obrien
    May 28, 2017
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    you are a genius mate. I am a solid plasterer. I could only dream of creating work like yours . hats off

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