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For those of you with a passion for monsters, movies, Dr Who and prosthetic make up you might be interested in The Prosthetics Event, a monster mash convention being organised by renowned prosthetics artist Neill Gorton. I've known Neill for many years now and have had a blast working with him and Millennium FX for the past five years as well as tutoring at his Prosthetics Studio. Along with other artists, suppliers and educators I'm going to be there with a showcase of work (most old, some new) and sculpting live throughout the day, so if you're in the area and fancy a different sort of day out pop in and say 'hi' (it would be great to see some of the faces behind the avatars here!).

The event is on Sunday 16th November in Birmingham, England. Details can be found on FaceBook here:  www.facebook.com/events/146460…

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  • Listening to: Aesthetic Perfection
  • Reading: Frederick Brown
  • Watching: The Great British Bake Off
  • Playing: Plants Vs. Zombies
  • Eating: Healthy
  • Drinking: Protein shakes

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David Bonneywell
Artist | Professional | Film & Animation
United Kingdom
Current Residence: UK
Favourite genre of music: anything LOUD!!!!!!!!
Favourite style of art: anyones other than mine
Operating System: Mac
MP3 player of choice: Since buying a Mac I've gone all apple and have both i-pod and i-pad now (wot a sell out huh?)
Shell of choice: wots a shell????
Wallpaper of choice: wood chip
Skin of choice: Don't mind...so long as it's wrapped around someone nice!!
Favourite cartoon character: Taz...cos like me he's mostly unintelligable and extremely hyper!!
Personal Quote: It's your round
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TheFemaleDoctor1073 Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
fav.me/d81n7dt I drew you, thought you'd like to see it.
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Rangeh Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Sir, you're one of my new heroes.
As a long time Dr. Who, hellboy, chucky fan, and more, I'm sure you know how much I appreciate your work and beautiful representations for all of these and beyond.
I dream of becoming a master of many mediums someday, and you give me hope, sir.

Thank you for existing and gracing our planet with your work.
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Kaduflyer Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2014  Professional Filmographer
Thank you so much for your kind words and such high praise. 
Those of us in the make up effects industry all started out like you; as fans and enthusiasts (as indeed we still are)…so chase your dreams and, like us, you may one day catch them!
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Rangeh Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thank you for that, honestly..
I will never give up on those dreams, and believe me they are many, I've marked many of them of my list in my short life and I've got a myriad to go, I've only just ticked moving to Australia off my Life Dreams list, so now it's time to focus on someday joining the ranks of such imagination inspiring artists such as yourself. I know I'll make it someday.

You're wonderful and I look forward to seeing more of your work as time goes by! :heart:
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Kaduflyer Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2014  Professional Filmographer
With an attitude like that you're sure to get where you want too. My only word of caution would be not to get so focussed on a dream that you forget to have fun; sometimes enjoying the journey is more important than reaching the destination!
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TheFemaleDoctor1073 Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I've uploaded some new work, still drawing ponies, but I might work on more animals and I'll work on humans more.

Recent work (on sketch pad):
fav.me/d818i83
fav.me/d818i7h
fav.me/d818i5w
fav.me/d818i4v

Then my latest human, it was drawn on line paper so I might draw a human on the sketch pad soon:
fav.me/d818i4v

I really enjoy the top 4 because I believe I caught their personality. What do you think?
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Kaduflyer Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2014  Professional Filmographer
My son has been a 'Brony' for some years and writes crossover Fan fiction that combines Pony's and X-Com or some such game! He has tried explaining it all to me a number of times but I confess here as I've confessed to him: 'I just don't get it!!'….lol…maybe its an age thing?

That said, your Pony's look great!
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TheFemaleDoctor1073 Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh? I never heard of that game. But cross-overs are really fun, I usually do it with Doctor Who and Sherlock. Sometimes real people. I've actually drew a friend of mine yesterday as a pony. I used a mechanical pencil, red pen, and a 6B pencil. I'm not exactly done with it, still figuring out where I want the shades at before I do the highlights. But I could never exactly write crossovers like that. Maybe I could do a Wholock?

OK, so the explaining part, I'll just say now it's so much easier than Doctor Who. It's just basically a really new series of My Little Pony. But it focuses on friendship. There are 6 main ponies that take the "elements of harmony" but really it's just keys to a good friendship. Which are Loyalty, Honesty, Kindness, Generosity, Laughter, and "Magic". I'll be honest with you, I don't get the magic part. They use those elements to go up against bad guys... Which aren't really bad.. There's a lot of contradictory in the show. Which just might be why I stopped watching it.. I stopped being a Brony around the same Doctor Who came into my life. I loved it instantly, and I just ended up dropping every fandom but Doctor Who. With maybe some shows being an exception now, along with Sherlock. I don't think it's really an age thing rather then a simple since of belonging and comfort because of the characters. They actually do a good job going through events that a lot of teens go through. And some adults of course. I really wouldn't call this show a little kid show at ALL. Just because of how they go through things like that. It could go from a neglect of a family bond, an argument with a friend. To something very dark such as insecurity and depression. I really hope that helped you. I like to observe whats really going on rather than to just watch it. I took some psychology last year so that kinda helps as well.

Thank you for saying my ponies are great, I actually drew a lion, but I'm still working on it. I'm trying to work on texture with it before I do shading which is very basic texture obviously.
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Kaduflyer Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2014  Professional Filmographer
Yeah that all sounds pretty much how my son describes it…kinda…..But I still can't get past the memories of the adverts for when they (My Little Ponies) first came out: they were day-glo plastic ponies with ultra long tails and manes which 7 year old girls were supposed to enjoy brushing and styling!!! Not that I'm one to judge or mock someone else's tastes in entertainment…if you guys enjoy (or enjoyed) being Brony's then thats cool by me!!
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TheFemaleDoctor1073 Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
P.S.

You're my idol to draw, that's why I keep sharing with you. ^.^
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