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Bud Gardner, Navy Seal

Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by Anders Heintz, Oct 7, 2004.

  1. Anders Heintz Well-Known Member

    Hey Guys!

    Well, it looks like I made my deadline! I am not 100% happy with it and I will paint another one later on. Here are the pics, sorry about the poor quality, Im kinda pressed for time and dont have time to re shoot them. Painted in acrylics, this was the first time I ever painted large amounts of camo and it was acctually kind of fun to do.

    Anyways, here is Bud Gardner, Navy SEAL, Mekong Delta.







  2. y_wong New Member

    Hey Anders,

    You have done a good job on the tiger stripes

    regards :)
  3. yeo_64 Active Member

    WOW,Anders,that's a REALLY REALISTIC rendition of the Tiger stripe camo (y) (y) !! WELL DONE !
    Kenneth :lol:
  4. Hardy Guest

    Great work, especially in the time you had. :)
  5. Bert Takken New Member

    Well done Anders, it's alive.
    For the shot time you shows us a marvelous bust. I'm very curiuos what you will show uswhen you have the time to paint.
    The tigerstripes are really done well, the face should be more weary, but for sure thats it probably the thing you mentioned in your posting
  6. slaj Well-Known Member

    Anders, you've done a great job. those tiger stripes are the best I've seen!!

    Stephen Mallia
  7. homellop Active Member

    You're GOOD,man
    Believe me... ;) ;) :lol:
  8. Brad S Member


    Incredible job on the camo. I really love it and I'm not into that era at all. You are one fine painter, especially after seeing your work in Tulsa.

    Keep up the great work!

    Brad Spelts
  9. Anders Heintz Well-Known Member

    Hey Guys!

    Sorry for no reply, just got back from Chicago! Talk about a awesome show! So much work from so many superb artists, really shows you how much one have left to learn!

    Thanks for your comments, I was really happy to get him finished up, now it is time to paint up a new one more seriously with highlights and shadows and a little more battle fatigued face.

    Thanks again guys :)
  10. pabelo40 New Member

    I don't like you.
    I must sculpture 90mm, sculpture you but 200mm??????? :lol: ?????
    Very very nice.
  11. Anders Heintz Well-Known Member

    Hey Pablo :lol:

    Thanks! I never ment that you should sculpt a 90mm, just compare it to a 54mm figure to see the size of the thing and you said you couldnt see the 54's so you would compare it to a 90mm instead :lol:

    It is ok though, I am also sculpting some 35th scale figures!

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