Discussion in 'Completed Figures' started by vincenzo, Mar 12, 2018.
finally I've finisched my late ww1 bust! here's my "official" pics.
Hope you like it!!
Like this a lot he certainly looks vey effective , it's amazing they could attack wearing this .
Like the way it's painted as well ....I take it it's not a commercial piece ?
Thanks for sharing
Vincenzo my friend this looks absolutely fantastic both as far as sculpting and painting are concerned.Well done indeed!!!!
Superb Vincenzo, great work, it´s all full of nuances, tones and colors, really nice finishes. Congratulations.
Military miniatures painted by Eduardo Garcia
Exceptional painting! Very effective portrayal.
Great job my friend, this piece is very actractive.
Love it a lot. Bravo
The main purpose of such a soldier was to cut the barbed wire in order to open access to the enemy trench to the assault squad, but very often the machine guns won the challenge.
Thank you very much to all, guys! I'm happy you like it!!
@Nap: it's not commercial, sorry....
@Francesco: yes, it's true.. indeed they was called death squad because the many of them did not turn into their trench, after action...
Man, this dude looks eerie !
Excellent brushwork !
thank you, Joe!
Nap, these men would have been sent in advance of an attack to cut the wire, hence the wire cutters and the body armour
Excellent painting one the bust, I do like the painting of the armour, very nice.
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