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ANZAC Gallipoli - 1915

Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by Anzac1915, Oct 19, 2008.

  1. Anzac1915 Member

    Hi everyone,

    I have been visiting this site for a couple of months now and Andrew (Specmod) has been encouraging me to have a go at some figures. I have completed my first figure and thought that this would be the best forum to get some honest, constructive feedback. Whilst I know I have a long way to go it was an enjoyable build and I was happy with the way that it turned out.

    Some details:

    The figure depicted is an ANZAC infantryman during the Gallipoli campaign. It is a 120mm from AC Models in NZ. It is one of his earlier pieces in white metal (I believe they are now all in resin). It is painted in a combination of acrylics from Lifecolor (Flesh set), Vallejo Model Colour, Derwent Mini's and Citadel Inks and washes.

    All comments would be most welcome


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  2. Guy A Fixture

    Welcome to the planet Greg. I like what you have done. I would try for more contrast in your flesh as well as the clothing. Excellent work.
  3. megroot A Fixture

    Welcome Greg,
    I hope you like it here.
    The figure is really nice painted. As Guy mentioned some more shading will do the job.

  4. amcairns A Fixture

    You,ve done a good job with the acrylics,Well done.
  5. tonydawe A Fixture

    G'day Greg,

    Welcome to the Planet mate. Great to have another Aussie on board.

    For a first effort I'd say you've done an outstanding job on this figure. You clearly have a good eye and it will improve with practice.

    As some of the others have commented, your flesh tones could do with some more contrast. I like the base and the groundwork.

    Overall,a very good effort.
  6. Chas Young New Member

    Nice piece, he has a real authentic look about him.

    I never feel experienced enough to comment on figure painting, so I can only echo the opinions of others in that the fleshtones could be varied a bit.

    Uniform and pose is excellent. Well done mate.

  7. PHIL WALDEN Member

    Morning my friend,....
    perhaps a very light wash of artist oils," Burnt Sienna " 75% turps 25% colour, and the tip of your brush a little boiled linseed oil, remember just the tip,.. this will give you a light suntan and will settle in the low spots...perhaps you may require a second application,the look of the figure will tell you...

  8. vergilius New Member

    lovely piece, greg

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