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Changing a Cossack-Bust

Discussion in 'Sculpting' started by Martin Rohmann, Oct 22, 2010.

  1. Martin Rohmann A Fixture

    Country:
    Germany
    54. Day, 30. December, 2010


    Today last sculpting-step:
    Completely in the end the groove must still disappear which was determined at the back of the bust originally for the admission of the gun...:

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    Because at this point, actually, the gun shaft should lie close, the drapery is coined there only very rudimentary.

    I have not only added the groove, but immediately still a better drapery made …:

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    Well! Now after nearly two months of sculpting-fun the little one is ready for undercoating!
  2. Renéduret Well-Known Member

    Country:
    Netherlands
    I have followed with interest this transition of your cossack, Martin.
    Think you have learned a lot of extra things for coming works.

    :) I would be honoured when you would alter a buste of mine into a cossack :)


    best wishes,

    rené
  3. Martin Rohmann A Fixture

    Country:
    Germany
    55. Day, 31. December, 2010

    I thank You very much, Réne! This pleases me really!

    Today it is undercoating.

    Besides, I wanted to try out sometimes something new …:

    Up to now I have always taken this priming for cars which has turned out extremely reliable colour bearer with regard to warmth, cold, humidity and dryness …:

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    Small disadvantage: The stuff does not dry completely weakly on and inclines on account of his consistency, moreover to affect small and smallest details …:

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    Up to now I have accepted this disadvantage, but I wanted to try out this spot another priming.

    I have asked in different forums and have called some mates.

    Finally, so I have decided on this grey priming …:

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    No matter how can be painted of this stuff later, I am most inspired by the "Picture" which "generates" it!

    The consistency is up much more finely than with my old priming and the stuff dries absolutely weakly – the smallest details come to the fore so again instead of disappearing!

    The "Picture" which I see now before myself inspires me properly!

    The self-sculpted changes come along harmoniously to the quite existing details of the bust, the thing looks really "round"!

    Nice - I have not come along a lot of work free of charge …:

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    Here once again the list of the things changed in the course of the past four weeks:

    - A shoulder piece in the size to the other conformed (mistake of the original bust);
    - Rank badges changed (Uriadnik instead of Prikanznij, three instead of one stripe);
    - Regimental name (6th regiment of the Orenburgski Cossack's army = „6. O.“) on the shoulder pieces added;
    - Gun and gun strap completely remotely;
    - Saber straps together with locking buckle new made;
    - Button strip of the "Gymnastiorka" (field blouse) anew made;
    - Drapery of the Gymnastiorka at several places changed;
    - The second order made;
    - Gun cord from cable cores made and added.

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    And then there is still the new sculpted head, the primer also stands very well …:

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    Now so my figure year 2010 ends with this meanwhile very nice result.

    Then in the new year it is painted and I also hope here for many improving tips.

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    Advice for everybody who would like to know how it goes on:

    This sbs will be continued in the new year at the sub-forum "Painting"!

    I hope, we will see us again, there!
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    Now, however, I wish You all one a happy new year 2011. May all your wishes and hopes may come true!

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  4. billyturnip A Fixture

    Country:
    England
    Happy new year Martin, a very pleasing result to end 2010 with.

    All the best for 2011 and the painting stage of your project.

    Roger.
  5. Martin Rohmann A Fixture

    Country:
    Germany
    Thank You, Roger! Happy new Year to You, too!
  6. Renéduret Well-Known Member

    Country:
    Netherlands
    Looks really good Martin, especially when all the work you have done is covered in grey.

    Große Gruß!
    René
  7. Martin Rohmann A Fixture

    Country:
    Germany
    Thanks Rene!

    My best wishes to You for 2011!
  8. megroot A Fixture

    Country:
    Netherlands
    Great ending of this year.
    And a great start for the new year.
    Happy painting.

    marc
  9. Martin Rohmann A Fixture

    Country:
    Germany
    Thank You Mark - and all the best for You, too!

    Regards
  10. fmargem Active Member

    Country:
    Brazil
    excellent work my friend!
    I look forward to see this beauty painted up!
    Thanks for taking the time to post such a complete History and conversion class to us.

    Congratulations!

    Felipe
  11. Martin Rohmann A Fixture

    Country:
    Germany

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