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Andreas Western Fassade

Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by Stephan, Feb 22, 2004.

  1. Stephan PlanetFigure Supporter

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    Germany
    I dont know if its possible or good, too post a diorama section here, but I will try it.
    I want to hear some critical words.
    I dont know how to go on with the coulor of the groundwork and what kind of vegetation I can do.
    So I hope you give me much suggestion.
    When it is finished I want to give the diorama section live with figures from andrea.
    I love this company.
    And I think something is missing in the front, maybe a ?? tree?...or hmmm.

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  2. Stephan PlanetFigure Supporter

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    Another view

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  3. Stephan PlanetFigure Supporter

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    and a closer one.

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  4. Roc Active Member

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    I like the weathering effects on the building.
    Roc
  5. Guy A Fixture

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    Well done on the Building Stephan. I do think that the ground would be much darker in color and that the weeds could be touched with a bit of greens and yellow to give them a little color as well. Overall.......well done!

    guy
  6. Stephan PlanetFigure Supporter

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    @ guy
    which coulor do you mean. I am not shure.
    first time i thought I did it as sand.
    Than I thougt it would be nice I make some spure from Wheels, so know I have to do it muddy.
    Hmm vandykbrown? or more reddish?
    And the vegetation only a little bit green I think you where right.
    Thanks for the comments.
  7. Stephan PlanetFigure Supporter

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    I did it a littlebit green.
    And darker.

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  8. Stephan PlanetFigure Supporter

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    And visit comes in town :eek:
    one of my first 54mm I try.
    But I think this scale is not for me.
    Not easy also the black coulored clothing.
    I think I would do it with blue.

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  9. Guy A Fixture

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    The added green helps the detail more and adds to the realism. I know that an all black figure can be a real challenge and you have done well with figure.
  10. Stephan PlanetFigure Supporter

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    I reworked Mr. Brunner.

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  11. DaveG Active Member

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    I love how you have set up this scene and the building and layout look great. I have this facade boxed up for future use and you have given me some inspiration for finishing it and how I might set it up eventually.

    Should look nice once you start adding some characters to it.

    DG
  12. Jazz A Fixture

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    England
    I like the way you have extended this piece Stephan. Especially the bit of fencing at the right side of the saloon. I have posted my version of this scene here some time ago. Feel free to take some ideas from that if you wish. I really like your gunslinger. I look forward to seeing the finished piece. (y)
  13. Stephan PlanetFigure Supporter

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    Germany
    Thanks a lot for your advice.
  14. Stephan PlanetFigure Supporter

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    Mr. Wyatt Earp comes into town. From Warriors.


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  15. chippy Well-Known Member

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    The first thing that hits me is you have called it the Redbull Saloon, but it has shop doors on it, so maybe you could change them into saloon doors . Why saloons had those type of doors on I can't imagain the heat lose out and the wind in must have been horrendous .
    Perhaps many saloons did have the type of door you have used but for me a western saloon has a particular type of door !
    chippy
  16. itsonlyakit Member

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    Canada
    You were looking for street suggestions, how about a horse trough with water in it and horse droppings in the appropriate spots. Check out old black and white movie westerns, they had more authenticity (real props)than newer because they hadn't become collectibles yet.:LOL: The figures you have chosen look great.
    Cheers
  17. Tecumsea PlanetFigure Supporter

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    England
    Hi Stephan, it is looking good, I was going to suggest a horse tied to the hitching post-I don't think a tree would look right in this context-the figure looks good perhaps you could dust him up a bit to reflect the ground work.

    Keith
  18. Jazz A Fixture

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    England
    Just a small suggestion Stephen. Have you thought of using the Andrea Wyatt Earp instead of the Warriors piece as IMO it is a better casting. Would go well with Yul Brynner.
  19. Stephan PlanetFigure Supporter

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    Germany
    Thanks for your comments
    Chippy, the barkeeper closed the door, to protect everything before the shooting start, but neverless you seems right.
    I looking forward to change that.

    Gordon Enquist, a horse is still planed into the foreground, but not finished. Thanks for your advice.
    Thanks Keith for your comment.
    And John, Warriors Wyatt Earp are still in my grey army and needs finished over 8 years I think.
    Thanks a lot for your comments I enjoyed that, keep you updated but be not the fasted
  20. John Bowery A Fixture

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    United-States
    Stephen,
    This is coming along very nicely.
    Cheers
    John

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