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BATTLE OF ULUNDI - Step by step

Discussion in 'Sculpting' started by aragorn, Nov 30, 2007.

  1. aragorn New Member

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  3. Roc Active Member

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    United-States
    Excellent step by step on a very interesting subject matter, looking forward to your next step.

    Cheers
    Roc
  4. Zlobov*S Active Member

    It is very interesting, complex{difficult} and beautiful vignette Aragorn!
    Also it is very interesting to observe all process!
    Please pay attention to position of one (right) leg{foot} a horse - displacement is necessary;).
    Continue, we shall look and take pleasure!
    Yours faithfully, I do not say goodbye....
  5. Zlobov*S Active Member

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  6. georges64 Member

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    France
    Hi Aragorn,I will follow this thread with great interest because it is a period that I like especially.Wonderful base too !
    georges
  7. vergilius New Member

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    Belgium
    This will be wonderfull !!
  8. tonydawe A Fixture

    Country:
    Australia
    A wonderful SBS for everyone wanting to develop their own sculpting skills. Thanks.
  9. garyjd Well-Known Member

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    United-States
    You're off to a great start. Aside from the thickness of the lance and position of the horse's leg this piece shows lots of promise. ~Gary
  10. megroot A Fixture

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    Netherlands
    I like this kind of SBS. It give's me thought's that it is time for me to sculpt my own figures. There are more possibilities with sculpting your own figures.
    Great work.

    Marc
  11. btavis Active Member

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    United-States
    The horse head seems a tad too large to me. Perhaps when it is all epoxied in it will look okay.
  12. Uruk-Hai PlanetFigure Supporter

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    Sweden

    Exactly my own thoughts, Marc.

    Keep the SBS going, son of Arathorn, its great inspiration and informative.

    Cheers
  13. megroot A Fixture

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    Netherlands
    Yeah Janne,
    Just looking for a vendor who sale head's, pelvis, and thorax for start. Oh, and some hands and feets would be welcome to. Then i like it in 1/32 scale.
    But i find it hard to find.

    Marc
  14. Uruk-Hai PlanetFigure Supporter

    Country:
    Sweden
    Marc, get yourself a set of Preiser Acadamy Figures in 1/32 and go Frankenstein on them. Perhaps even recast some stuff. Combine with Historex spare heads in resin.

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    I think Andrea and Mig head would be useful as well.

    Cheers
  15. je_touche Member

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    Germany
  16. megroot A Fixture

    Country:
    Netherlands
    Thanks Guys,
    gonna look over Historex site.

    Marc
  17. jjgurk Member

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    United-States
    Great animation. Thanks for sharing the sbs.

    John
  18. Jeff Active Member

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    United-States
    I have not had a problem using Historex heads with Preiser figures. The resin heads are much closer to 1/32 then the old plastic heads.
  19. blaster Active Member

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    United-States
    Aragorn,

    this is a really interesting project. Good luck and I think that Zlobov has given some good points on the horse anatomy.

    Rgds Victor
  20. aragorn New Member

    Sorry for the late of my answer but I had some problems on my pc.
    Thanks at all for the compliments.
    For Zlobov: thanks a lot for the help. I tried to correct the position of the leg.

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