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mrpianokeys Posted: Dec 17th 2007

i think fingerprints on models is fab because it show the texture of the plasticine


Mark the shark Posted: Dec 20th 2007

Yes, I like fingerprints on models. I don't hate it when computers are used because I love some CGI films but I do think Stop Motion is better!:)


MichaelCharlton Posted: Jan 2nd 2008

good so it looks like you have made it


Josephine Posted: Jan 3rd 2008

I like the fingerprints, too.
Stop-motion is KING!!!!!!!


Cybergurl Posted: Jan 29th 2008

By the way,It's the year of the rat you know. Roddy,Remy,Master Splinter(TMNT) have all proven that there are a few (and I say a few) rodents out there that are distiguished and respectable. Including a rodent who was a frend of the toad in "The Wind in The Willows."


cinders1 Posted: Jan 30th 2008

i love to see faint finger marks on a smooth model;)


gromitlove Posted: Jan 30th 2008

It is like a signature on a painting.



Mark the shark Posted: Jan 30th 2008

Rats rock! I love Ratatouille and TMNT! Do you like them Cybergurl?;)


Fourthtry Posted: May 9th 2008

Psst! Mark,It's ME and,yes,I do like them,;)


arthur 2 Posted: May 10th 2008

i have to agree,mr piano keys. the inger print models rock!:)


Fourthtry Posted: May 10th 2008

Yeah,It's just like signing your na,e to the work,no two are alike.:D


bronny8425 Posted: May 13th 2008

i do like fingerprints on the models because it show that they have worked on them and not made them on a machine




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