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WIP Critique Gaul Warrior - 54mm Pegaso

Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by Fabricio_Fay, Jun 24, 2014.

  1. Fabricio_Fay Well-Known Member

    Helo (y)

    I have started this beautiful figure from Pegaso...
    I am using only acrilics, from Andrea, Citadel, Vallejo and Scale75. The cape was painted with airbrush.

    Critics and advices will bee welcomed.

    Cheers from Brasil :coffee:
  2. megroot A Fixture

    very nice work
  3. pmfs A Fixture

    Olá Fabrício!

    Lovely work on the cloak. Yellow is always a dificult colour to paint and you did a great job.
    Judging by the photo angle the left eye deserve more attention.

    Um abraço,
  4. tonydawe A Fixture

    I think your colour choices are spot on. Very earthy natural tones. I agree with Pedro, and would say that both eyes could be a bit sharper.
  5. Robert Laclavik Active Member

    Excelent start Fabrizio!
  6. swralph A Fixture

    Looking good,
  7. Tonton Well-Known Member

    Hi Fabricio. According to a contemporary Greek historian, Diodorus Siculus, Gaulish warriors lime-washed their hair and combed it back. The effect of this would be to bleach and stiffen the hair. I think the Pegaso sculptor has faithfully captured the brushing-back/stiffening effect and you might want to consider making the hair lighter to reflect the application of lime.

    Hope this helps.

  8. Nicolaos Well-Known Member

    Excelent job, Fabricio. My warm thanks to Jeff for the usefull historical informations added.

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