Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by tonydawe, Apr 27, 2008.
Can you find the seven butterflies in this pic ?
Try enlarging the photo, it helps
I can only find five, and one of those is a bit suspect... guess my eyes aren't what they used to be!
If you want some clues (and cheat), have a look at my SBS.
Clue No. 1.
I couldn't find all seven either, Tony - must be my 44-year old eyes and the heavy jungle vegetation. And WHAT vegetation! Simply awesome job at transforming "simple" paper into some stunningly realistic plants - thanks for sharing your techniques with us. Now I have to re-do the base for my 14th Army Brit figure !
I Love it.
Superb job on the figure and especially the tropical plants.
Even without the butteflyes i like this vignette.
Excellent work, Tony. I said this was going to look good!
Your colouring on the foliage really works well.
Some of the same products from Empire models arrived here yesterday.
Looking forward to trying them out. Going to put some caterpillars and eggs on mine!
A BEAUTIFUL WORK.
I liked the butterflies
Tony - that's down right inspiring! Wow!
All the best,
I learned a lot from your SBS and the importance of research and a historical setting. This came out beautifully.
This finished up very nice.
Thanks to you all for your kind words. It's great to get such positive feedback.
There are seven butterflies on this vignette, all of them visible in the main photo.
Here's another clue.
with that clue i think i have all 7
truely beautiful work Tony
The first person to post a pic showing all 7 butterflies wins ... nothing really.
It's a bit of fun, so give it a try!
I can't find all the seven but the base is great!!!
Here's another pic to help you
1. green on the pole
2.-3. 2x blue right of the slope
4. red at the bottom of the slope on the left
5. on the right, in the height of his butt (hint pic)
6. red at his left foot on the yellow leave
7. on his nose, only the tip of the wing visible, I guess he's taking his hat off carefully to punch himself in the face and catch that cheeky butterfly
It's exceptional Tony! I really like the story, his hard way up and the tranquility of the jungle with the butterflies. I like the plants and actually whenever I see well executed animals/insects, I think they are a must have!
Last Clue & some outdoor pics
This little yellow butterfly had half his wing torn off, when glue got on my tweezers.
He's resting in the sunshine here under the weeds, where he's safe from birds.
I've also attached a few outdoor pics, which I've had a bit of fun editing.
He he, I could find all unless help. Where is the gift?
Awesome work. But where is the gift?
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