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Thread: Meet "S-s-s-s-sneaky" -- the copperhead Machax!

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    Quote Originally Posted by UCPOPO View Post
    Very cool. Hopefully it wasn't your mom or sister
    Oh. I see you've met them!

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    Nice! I wouldn't want it, but it is awesome.

    Good job!

    Erd

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    From across the room on my computer, it really looks like a real snake! Great job.

    Just wish people like you would stop tempting me to buy one!

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    That's awesome, can I have it?

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    The problem with your machax is...I don't think I could ever use it for fear or wiping out your awesome work!! I love how it continues onto the scales, you didn't cop out and just do the blade. Really really nice man.

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    Thats s-s-s-s-sweet!

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    Love it!

    Awesome.jpg

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    Last edited by Kabarcamper; 04-24-2012 at 03:29 PM.

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    That is awesome! Thanks for sharing it with us.

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    send it to me, i'll make sure Ethan sees it He hates copperheads something fierce, but he'd like that
    Bladite

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    Becker Forum. PSSSSST, hey buddy, wanna read the List of Lists? or the Becker forum Rules/FAQ?
    Perhaps check out the Becker Blade Database? Lots and LOTS of often asked for information yonder

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    Cool! Reminds me of the Warthogs and Cobras and all the other planes and choppers that get faces painted on them..

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    That's awesome.....great job buddy !

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    Very very cool

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    This might be the greatest thing I have ever seen! Such a great idea! Now it's time to claim I made this up when I show all my friends...

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    Quote Originally Posted by clich View Post
    Very very cool
    So, in your eyes have I been forgiven for the Easter Becker?
    It has been sandblasted, BTW, so it is no more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K9-Handler View Post
    So, in your eyes have I been forgiven for the Easter Becker?
    It has been sandblasted, BTW, so it is no more.
    All is Forgiven

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    Out friggin standing man, that is one cool ass blade

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    that looks very cool.

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    Awesome paint job! Did you free hand the eye or use a stencil?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RRR1977 View Post
    Awesome paint job! Did you free hand the eye or use a stencil?
    Masked off the sharp edge at the top of the eyebrow, then made a masking tape dot for the eye. When I finished the eyebrow shadow I removed the tape and freehanded the rest.

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