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At Last its Here - 90mm Ronin

Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by Figure Mad, Mar 15, 2006.

  1. PJ Deluhery Active Member

    Country:
    United-States
    Another Roy Hunt masterpiece! Also, a great subject. I'm getting in line for this one!! Thanks, Roy! And, thanks to Dave for spreading the word.
  2. Roy New Member

    Country:
    United-Kingdom
    Thanks for all the kind comments guys...and Dave, I didn't realise you were that excited ... :eek: (thank you for posting all the info) this has been a long time coming, but I've really had to deal with a lot of other stuff..I'll try to get some pics and info up for you to look at, as he has changed just a little since my v-bench sculpt...and he'll be available from this monday 20th...you are all welcome to check my site for the latest details over the next day or so.

    All the best..Roy.
  3. nagashino New Member

    Hello all

    Well, I got my hands on one of these today at the Hornchurch show, and have just given it the once-over. I have to say it is superb. The casting is flawlwss, the fit of parts top class and I have no doubt it will be a winner. With so many colour options and all that drapery it is certainly going to test the painter's skill, and I'm looking forward to seeing the first one finished (probably Dave "figure mad" Maddox's example :lol: ). I just hope I can do mine justice.

    Looking forward to the next one Roy :) One of my favourite periods.

    Regards

    Phil
  4. iceman Member

    Hello all.

    I also got my hands on this and gave it the once over too, and have to echo what Phil has posted.

    My addition would be that the casting is amazing and the different parts are split down so that the joins are hidden in the folds. The trousers or what ever they are called, could so easily have been made as two parts but Roy made a concsious desicion to mould it as one, lots more work for him, but thankfully less for us! :)
    and the inclusion of the optional parts was a very good idea.

    Congratulations, must go to Roy for producing what I am sure in the hands of a master will priduce a Gold Medal winner.

    Outstanding work Roy, thank you so much for bringing this to us.

    Regards

    Tim
  5. quang Active Member

    Country:
    Belgium
    Hello Roy,

    It feels good to see a project coming to fruition. Especially when we've seen it shaping up day after day in your s-b-s article.

    Congratulations and best wishes,

    Quang :)
  6. mertenspeter Member

    Country:
    Belgium
    Congratulations on a superb figure Roy

    (y) Peter

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