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200mm Centurion

Discussion in 'Completed Figures' started by MCPWilk, Mar 19, 2020.

  1. MCPWilk A Fixture

    I have done a couple of these with swoppable helmets with assorted 'crestae transversales': Coolus, Imperial Italic D (Mainz) with shouting mouth and Imperial Italic H (Neidermormter, often known as the 'mouse' helmet from the mice on crown and cheek pieces) in plain metal with a red crest and black crown with a black crest:

    Coolus helmet, curved scutum:
    Finished Centurion 1.jpg

    Finished Centurion 2.jpg

    Finished Centurion 3.jpg

    Finished Centurion 4.jpg

    Imperial Italic H helmet with iron dome:

    Finished Centurion 5.jpg

    Imperial Italic D helmet with lacquered dome:

    Centurion, Imperial Italic type D, 1.jpg

    Centurion, Imperial Italic type D, 2.jpg

    Imperial Italic H helmet with lacquered/painted dome:

    Centurion, Imperial Italic type H, 1.jpg

    Centurion, Imperial Italic type H, 2.jpg

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  2. KenBoyle PlanetFigure Supporter

    Lovely painting Mike!

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  3. Nap Moderator

    Hi Mike

    Nice to see these and a variation on the helmets and shield

    Thanks for sharing

    Happy benchtime

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  4. Warren SMITH A Fixture

    Lovely work on all three Romans.. Are the shields hand painted or decals.. ? If hand painted you have done an excellent job..

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  5. MCPWilk A Fixture

    Both shields are hand painted - very easy to go cross-eyed so doing! The scorpions on my Praetorian Decurion (https://www.planetfigure.com/threads/200mm-praetorian-cavalry-decurion.217876/) are decals/transfers which I painted over for a better finish. Amazon amongst others sells decal paper and it isn't difficult to produce images of different sizes depending on the shield size. I have used a similar technique for a knight as well.

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