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Field Marshal Erwin Rommel

Discussion in 'Sculpting' started by Maciej, Nov 14, 2019.

  1. Maciej Active Member

    Field Marshal Erwin Rommel. 60 mm figure sculpt from Apoxie Sculpt and Green Stuff. 60 mm figure sculpt from Apoxie Sculpt and Green Stuff.

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  2. Hammond_Lord Active Member

    Great sculpting, likeness is incredible! Well done!
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  3. Nap A Fixture

    Hi there

    Really nice sculpt ..definately an option for a bust as well!

    Thanks for sharing

    Happy sculpting

  4. Maciej Active Member

    Great idea ! thank you :)
  5. Blind Pew A Fixture

    Superb in every way.
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  6. Martin Antonenko A Fixture

    I think you should revise the details again.

    1. Cap:
    Eagle badge is wrong and too large, Rommel preferred the more delicate metal variant of it. I show below his original cap, he wore in France 1944...:

    2. Shoulder Boards:
    Wrong form, they looked completely different from the front.

    3. Orders:
    Rommal wore TWO orders at his neck, the Knights Cross with oak leeves and swords and the Pour-le-Merite from the WW1.
    And: The Knights Cross you sculpted too large.

    4. Coat:
    Two visible buttons are missing, there should be four to be seen on each side, not only three ones.

    5. Pistol:
    Rommels personal pistol was a "Walther PPK", cal. 7,65 mm. The holster of this "Walter" was much smaller than you have sculpted it.

    6. Marschallstab:
    Your figure wears the so-called "Interims-Marschallstab" (for everyday). First, it was longer, but much more delicate than the one you sculpted.

    Summary in the picture:


    I do not say this to make your job badly or to appreciate it, but to give you clues to sculpt a really good figure - especially if it will be a commercial one that should sell well in Germany!

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  7. Maciej Active Member

    Thank you for the tips and comments, I wrote them down and used them for the next figurine - I want to sculpt Marshal Rommel again.
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  8. Hammond_Lord Active Member

    Maybe you could sculpt him in larger scale?
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