MAGUA....Wes Sturdi from Last of the Mohicans

Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by peedee, Apr 12, 2017.

  1. peedee PlanetFigure Supporter

    A wonderfully detailed 1/9th scale resin bust from, mounted on a Pete's bases block.
    painting all in acrylics.

    The base colours have been blocked in and first sketches with some highlights and shading to the face only so far.

    Hope you like him.
    Wes Sturdi 001.png
    This pic of Wes is the Reference for the final skin tones I shall aim towards.


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  2. mick3272 PlanetFigure Supporter

    Greetings young Paul.
    I have to say Victorian it aint BUT I do like the look of this
    The work on the face is superb love the 5 o'clock shadow on
    his crust. (y)
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  3. housecarl Forum Moderator

    Cracking start Paul.(y)
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  4. peedee PlanetFigure Supporter

    Thanks guys.

    I cannot tell you how amazing this is to work with.

    The textures and detail are fantastic.

    I shall do another update at the weekend.

    Thanks again.

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  5. billyturnip A Fixture

    Good start Paul, looking forward to your next update.
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  6. peedee PlanetFigure Supporter

    Cheers Roger.

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  7. Grod A Fixture

    Very nice Paul. A great sculpt from Pavol.
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  8. clrsgt A Fixture

    Excellent start to an excellent bust from MMM. When you finish, I would like to hear about your flesh color pallette since I have 3 or 4 woodland Indians to do.
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  9. peedee PlanetFigure Supporter

    It's even better than that mate !

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  10. peedee PlanetFigure Supporter

    I can tell you now using Vallejo colour names...

    Base colour is Cavalry Brown and Brown Rose with a speck of green to kill some of the 'Orangeness'

    Two washes of cavalry brown and violet red for first shadows at the temples under the chin and cheek recesses.

    A touch of German camouflage brown black for the deepest shadows in the inner eye corners, inside the nostrils ears and the split of the lips.

    The stubble areas and beard area is the flesh mix plus dark Prussian Blue thinned to almost water and brushed across the area and allowed to dry and repeated to build up the tone.

    Adding basic flesh for 1st highlights.
    future highlights will be largely yellow ochre and Iraqui sand to give the yellowish tones of his flesh as in the pic above.

    ...that's the plan :D

    Hope it helps.

  11. rossbach PlanetFigure Supporter

    Nice work(y) Bloody good movie too by the way. High on my list of all time favorites
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  12. peedee PlanetFigure Supporter

    Thank you buddy.

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  13. clrsgt A Fixture

    Thanks for the info on your flesh palette Paul.
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  14. Helm A Fixture

    Brilliant Paul, just brilliant
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  15. Cannonball New Member

    Looking good Paul
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  16. napoleonpeart Forum Moderator

    Hi Paul

    Well sorry I missed this at the start ......looking really good mate ...the fleshtones are coming on nicely ....thanks for mixes details .

    Agree about the shaved head effect ... any idea how many washes that took ..I also stipple sometimes using a tiny bit of blending medium and the colours you used .

    Following with interest ......bring it on

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  17. Huw63 PlanetFigure Supporter

    You've made a great start on a truly fantastic bust. Looking forward to seeing more.



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  18. peedee PlanetFigure Supporter

    Sincere thanks guys, the encouragement counts for a lot.

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  19. 1969 A Fixture

    Excellent looking bust from Pavol and really like what you have done so far with it Paul, the bust really captures the character well.

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  20. peedee PlanetFigure Supporter

    Cheers Steve means a lot thanks.

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