Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by offo, Sep 4, 2019.
Hallo , Friends this is a new projekt for Martin R. I hope you like him.
Great subject and sculpt Palo ......will you lengthen the strap at the back ?
One very lucky PF member Martin Rohmann .....sure we all look forward to the SBS ....book me a front seat
Thanks for sharing
The strip is for - PPS 43
Of course , thought there might be a weapon somewhere
Absolutelyy brilliant...I just love your sculpting Talent...Bravo
That's a belter pal!
Poor pig though... being made to wear that cap
Keep painting folks... gives us something to do rather than listen to Brexit shyte
Ta from the north
Great job Palo.
Great looking figure Palo
And this is the weapon:
A "pistolet-pulemjot Sudajewa obrasza 1943 goda" (PPs 43) submachine gun...:
It's a brilliant sculpt!
I'm totally excited!
And - sure - there will be an sbs here!
You have the knack to choose some very different subjects and this is another ...looking forward to the SBS my friend
A fine sculpt from Offo he's done himself and you proud
And with PPS 43 . No commercial , only one piece. It is a great pity !!!!!!!
Great to see pics with the weapon which looks good as well
As you say " only one piece a Big Shame"
Looking forward to Martins SBS
Not "any" weapon but an absolutely accurate and super detailed miniature copy of the original!
Palo, you really can it!!!
This is the socle that I bought for him at Kulmbach ...:
And as a decoration comes in front a Soviet medal ribbon (then for the "Order of Glory") and a miniature edition of the "Order of the Great Patriotic War 1st Class", which I had in my fundus ...:
As usual Martin you take as much thought into the base as the resin
Look forward to seeing the beginnings
I really like to get packages like this!
The detail sharpness is simply fantastic!
The little parts...:
The PPs 43...:
All together - provisionally...:
Thanks Palo - you did a brilliant job!!!
WOW!!!!! Paulo has done fantastic work on those medals etc
This SBS is going to be fun to follow and fun for you
Thanks for sharing
WOW superb work
Fantastic work Offo on a really interesting subject. As Nap says, the SBS is going to be really interesting and can’t wait to see what you’ve got planned Martin to texture the pig skin.
Great and funny work, well done.
Military miniatures painted by Eduardo Garcia
1. Day, October 22, 2019
The Eindhoven show gave me the last motivation boost to turn me on to my figure project again!
So let's get started!
I have decided to start with the pig, which I have christened "Schnitzel"...:
"Schnitzel" begins his career with a cleansing bath in the ultrasonic machine, which gently removes fats and other residues...:
While the machine is doing its job, I have time to take a closer look at such a piglet:
At first glance, they look naked and rosy - but they are not! Just a few days after birth, the rosy skin is almost completely covered with bristles, which play much more ocher in color than the skin itself...:
Completely hairless are only the "outlet" and parts of the ears inside...:
I want to make these bristles today - which is a case for Jo Sonja's texture paste!
"Schnitzel" is first attached to a cork with double-sided adhesive tape ...
... and then with the texture paste and different brushes the coat of the little one is sculpted ...
... whereby I make sure to follow the "stroke" of the original and do not forget the "vertex" on the back ...:
And a special feature at the end:
Many piglets have extra long bristles on the bridge of the nose right up to the ears, a kind of "tuft" ...:
Such a tuft "Schnitzel" also gets...:
The first steps are gone...
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