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Completed Critique Dak Feldwebel /young Miniatures

Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by Felduniform, Feb 26, 2013.

  1. Felduniform A Fixture

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    Germany
  2. megroot A Fixture

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    Netherlands
    Awesome work.
    The skintone's is superbe as is the uniform color.
    Marc
  3. Lew J Active Member

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    United-Kingdom
    Very nice, I like your crisp and clean style of painting.

    Lew J.
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  4. Edorta A Fixture

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    Spain
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  5. faust18 Active Member

    I agree I like the skin tones and the uniform colour is spot on what colour did you use the uniform cap and insignia backing please Gunther nice clean and not over cntrasted well done
  6. LVM Active Member

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    Belgium
    Superb !

    Laurent
  7. Edorta A Fixture

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    Spain
  8. pmfs A Fixture

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    Portugal
  9. John Bowery A Fixture

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    United-States
    Just fabulous painting and very lifelike.
    Cheers
    John
  10. NickM Well-Known Member

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    Australia
    Lovely work, Günther!
  11. tiberius57 A Fixture

    Country:
    Canada
    Wow! Very, very nice, Günther! (y)
    Great job!
    Cheers,
    Zeno
  12. Mike Stevens A Fixture

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    United-States
    Looks great sir!
  13. HIKARU_REMOVED Guest

    Country:
    Japan
    Excellent work.:woot:
    Skin color and the color of the uniforms I really like
    Congratulations completed.;)
    Mitsutaka:)
  14. Martin64 A Fixture

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    Germany
    If you do a bust for your own pleasure you can display historical correct national insignia for German WW 2 subjects. If you want to display your work publicly at an exhibition these symbols need to be covered or changed to denazified fantasy insignia like it was done on this bust - otherwise you commit a serious law offense in good old Germany. Therefore several exhibitions refrain completely from the display of WW 2 Germans in general. When it comes to airplanes some modellers in the meantime no longer know that there was another national insignia beside the crosses on the tail of the 109`s.....:wacky:
    So much about LAWFUL political correct modelling in Germany - nice paintwork on your bust Günther - I would possibly take another look at the catchlights of the pupils but that is a minor nitpick. Realistic and clean paintjob!
    Cheers, Martin
  15. Edorta A Fixture

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    Spain
  16. Martin64 A Fixture

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    Germany
    :D Thanks for your advice - my avatar is just a picture of my model - not a political statement and I will not enter this model in an exhibition in Germany. Enough said - the thread is about Günther`s nice bust so back to the topic.
    Cheers, Martin
  17. Edorta A Fixture

    Country:
    Spain
    I agree.
  18. Felduniform A Fixture

    Country:
    Germany
    Hello friends,
    many thanks for the nice comments.

    Faust18? to your question: the color of the cap is 70987 medium grey of Vallejo.
    The insignia is 70824 german cam. orange ochre Vallejo.

    Eduardo: you are right, it is a problem to show a svastica in Germany. Martin explained it right.
    It is also a problem to publish on a German webside.
    It is still a sensitive topic.
    Perhaps I will paint it with svastica again and show it on Planet figure.

    Regards, Günther

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