WIP 54mm figure - Black Watch Officer with Flag

Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by Borek, Mar 19, 2017.

  1. Borek Well-Known Member

    Hi Planeters :)

    This is work in progress of the one of my current project - Toy soldiers figure of Black Watch officer.

    54 mm

    Material - Bees Putty (for cover of the skeleton wire frame was used Magic Sculp putty).

    Black Watch a 1.jpg

    Black Watch WIP a 2.jpg

    Black Watch WIP a 3.jpg


    Thx for watching :)

    Cheers Borek
  2. clrsgt A Fixture

    This one looks very interesting.
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  3. Scotty Well-Known Member

    Lovely sculpt, thanks.
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  4. Vitalino A Fixture

    great work!!

    I think the hat is too small.
    But otherwise the figure is exceptional
    [IMG]
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  5. MCPWilk A Fixture

    I think the photo should be this way round (!):

    Untitled.png

    BW

    Mike
  6. Scotty Well-Known Member

    That photo is post Crimean war, the figure is Napoleonic. The feather bonnet was smaller then and was changed during the peace running up to the Crimea.
    Scotty.
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  7. MarquisMini A Fixture

    Wow, love the pose and attitude of this figure.
    Looking forward to see the colors on the tunic and tartan.
    Best regards
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  8. phil_h A Fixture

    That's some great sculpting there Borek.

    Regards,
    Phil
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  9. Borek Well-Known Member

    Thank for your nice words :)


    I thakn you, so much :)



    Hi Vitalino. Tahnks so much :) Regarding the cap: Scotty is right, this is napoleonic figure (1815). At that time bonnets were smaller :).

    Many Thanks Daniel;) . Unfortunately, the piece will issue a small company on toy soldiers and their painting is really just the basics. But maybe someone buys unpainted cast and creates a nice paint :).


    Hi Phil, thank you wery much for your praise :)






    Thanks so much for likes too, guys :)


    Cheers Borek
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  10. offo A Fixture

    Výborná práca , kamráde. A tá mierka ,že 54mm , tak to bych nedal . Super detaily v takej mierke.
    Palo
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  11. Mat Lambert A Fixture

    Beautiful work so far. Im sure this will be popular when finished an released. I wonder if the scale will be consistent with the famous 54mm Latorre Highlander from this period.
    Cheers
    Mat
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  12. fabiosem63 Active Member

    Very well sculpted figure! Very Latorre style! But maybe the shape of the bonnet could be a problem. This looks smaller than that of the Crimean era, but of a wrong shape for the napoleonic one. In the early XIX sec. feathers on the bonnet were put around the diced band of the hat but they weren't dome shaped the way they became in the following decades....and the feathers were of a different kind, larger and less bulky.
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  13. Borek Well-Known Member

    Díky moc, Palo, od sochaře Tvého kalibru je to velká pochvala a vážím si jí :). Děkuju ;)



    Thank you very much, Mat :) . Real size is approximately 60 mm (56 mm from base to eyes)




    Thanks so much for praise and thanks for the constructive comments in particular. It's still WIP, I edited. Thanks a lot :)




    Cheers Borek :)
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  14. luisg Active Member

    Very well sculpted figure !!

    I like very much.
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  15. megroot PlanetFigure Supporter

    Beautifull figure.

    Marc
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  16. peedee PlanetFigure Supporter

    Magnificent heroic pose.
    you can't beat a foot on a rock and a bare broadsword.

    Paul.
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  17. fabiosem63 Active Member

    I've been googling for toy soldier for a while ...but I can find nothing!! I'm very interested in this magnificent scottish officer...
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  18. Borek Well-Known Member

    I working on the bonnet now, thanks for the notice :)

    Black Watch WIP b 1.jpg


    My mistake, toy soldier should be small t. Figurine issuing a small company that makes toy soldiers (www.hannahminiatury.net). They only sell figures painted in the style of toy soldiers, but it is possible to agree the buy of unpainted figures. But I must point out that they have cast gravitation, and therefore not within the quality of castings produced by spin casting. Thanks for interesting, but no release date has been established in this time...



    Thank you very much for your word :)



    Thanks so much, Marc ;)




    Thank for the praise, Paul, I apreciated your evaluation :)


    :D He drew his sword before he put his foot on the rock:ROFLMAO:



    Thank so much Guys

    Cheers Borek :)
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  19. peedee PlanetFigure Supporter


    Just as you should ! :D

    Paul.
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  20. Borek Well-Known Member

    Hi everyone. Small update - some work of the figure back side :)

    Black Watch WIP c 1.jpg

    Black Watch WIP c 2.jpg

    Black Watch WIP c 3.jpg



    Cheers Borek :)
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