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WIP Amy Johnson

Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by billyturnip, Oct 19, 2014.

  1. billyturnip A Fixture

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    England
  2. billyturnip A Fixture

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    England
    I've done some more work on the eyes and a little more to the flesh tones of the face this morning.

    Roger.

    Amy211014.jpg
  3. Rich Sculpts A Fixture

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    Coming together nicely - good see the shape of the lambs wool collar appearing, always wondered how painters would handle that.

    I've put a gallery page together with a few images I used to sculpt the figure, just in-case further reference is needed?

    Amy Johnson – Painting Reference

    -Rich
  4. billyturnip A Fixture

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    England
    Cheers Rich. The images will come in useful. :)

    Roger.
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  5. Richie A Fixture

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    Hi Roger,
    I like how you handling this one mate, it really draws out the excellent detailing sculpted by Rich, especially the face..............and I know why you are a fan of Rich's work...........no painting the reverse:ROFLMAO:, not that I'm saying anything, it's the others, you know that mate:):p
    Looking forward to the next steps. One question how are you building the face up...using what Steve showed us or glazes?
    cheers
    Richie
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  6. housecarl A Fixture

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    Very nice Roger.(y)
  7. billyturnip A Fixture

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    Cheers Richie, I`ve painted the sides though.:) I'm using glazes for this one, I'm finding I'm getting better results this way.

    Roger
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  8. billyturnip A Fixture

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    England


    Thanks Carl.
  9. ChaosCossack A Fixture

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    Canada
    Interesting piece.
    Leather and wool look great. Look forward to seeing the face develope... Painting women's fleshtones can be challenging, not making things too harsh.

    Following closely

    Colin
  10. billyturnip A Fixture

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    England
    Thanks Colin. It needs a bit of drying time before the next glazes are put on..... luckily I have other stuff to do too. :D

    Roger.
  11. fabrizio1969 A Fixture

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    always very nice paintwork
  12. billyturnip A Fixture

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    England
    :) Thanks very much Fabrizio.

    Roger.
  13. mil-mart A Fixture

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    Great painting Roger , looking forward to following.(y)

    Cheers Ken
  14. billyturnip A Fixture

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    England
  15. Edorta A Fixture

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    Spain
  16. billyturnip A Fixture

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    England
    Thanks very much Eduardo. She's having a rest and drying today.:)

    Roger.
  17. billyturnip A Fixture

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    England
    Just in case anyone is wondering what has happened to Amy I'm having some drying issues, :mad: normal service will be resumed as soon as possible..... I hope. :nailbiting:

    Roger.
  18. kagemusha A Fixture

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    Nothing worse than watching paint dry Roger :LOL:.........looking very good tho mate.....be patient now :rolleyes: ;)

    Ron
  19. billyturnip A Fixture

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    England
    Cheers Ron. I only ever seem to have drying problems with resin, maybe I need to put a couple of extra acrylic basecoats down first.

    Roger.
  20. Rich Sculpts A Fixture

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    The womenfolk always have a habit of keeping blokes waiting :inpain:

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