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Lord Camoys Agincourt Battle ( VERLINDEN 200mm)

Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by unknown01, Mar 9, 2009.

  1. unknown01 New Member

    Country:
    Japan
    Thank you very much, Guy. (Basic paint)

    Hello, Guy.
    Thank you very much for your kind comment.:)
    Before doing this correction, I had finished basic painting of a figure.
    It's the picture to contribute this time, but grass comes out in the state of the previous condition.
    (These are cut off already.) ;)
    I blew black into the whole first.
    And silver was blown.
    Next I advanced towards facial painting.
    Flesh color was blown and an eye was drawn.
    One around the neck, a dry brush was done by silver.
    (I'm noticing a mistake and am applying this part blue again from later.) :eek:
    next a face was glued together for a body.
    The rests are painting of the details and completion of a face and a hand.:)

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  2. megroot A Fixture

    Country:
    Netherlands
    Painting is looking very well.
    But i cannot still find my self with the groundwork, if you still want to do the battle of Agincourt.

    Marc
  3. Marcel Active Member

    Country:
    Spain
    Excellent start of the paintwork Mitsutaka!

    Regards,
    Marcel.
  4. unknown01 New Member

    Country:
    Japan
    Thank you very much, Marc.

    Hello, Marc.
    Thank you very much for your kind comment and reflection.:)
    I can't correct any more about a ground work, so I'd like to advance work just as it is.
    I'm painting completion about a figure.
    I think the picture can also be contributed right now.:eek:
  5. unknown01 New Member

    Country:
    Japan
    Thank you very much, Marcel.

    Hello, Marcel.
    Thank you very much for your kind comment.:)
    A part on a plateーmail is only blown work, so a completed part is only a face and a hand.
    If that's finished, I advance towards painting of a ground work.
    I think this figure will be completed early more than my thinks.:eek:
  6. pmfs A Fixture

    Country:
    Portugal
    Hello Mitsutaka


    Every week you have a new project´s :eek::D
    This figure needs a bigger base.:eek:

    Regards from Portugal
    Pedro
  7. unknown01 New Member

    Country:
    Japan
    Thank you very much, Pedro.

    Hello, Pedro.
    Thank you very much for your kind comment.:)
    You are right.
    In this 200mm figure, TRY, I think I would order a big base.:eek:
  8. unknown01 New Member

    Country:
    Japan
    Completion of figure.

    Hello, everyone.:)
    I have finished painting of completion of a figure.
    I'm planning to advance towards painting of a ground work after it's completed a little colder.
    You informed me it was raining, and that the ground was mud, so I'm planning to reproduce that.:rolleyes:
    The part where I also hesitate about how long to make a mess on a figure.:confused:

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  9. Guy A Fixture

    Country:
    United-States
    Excellent painting Mitsutaka. I like the flesh tones as well as the metals you have painted. I look forward to seeing your groundwork. You do exceptional groundwork.
  10. unknown01 New Member

    Country:
    Japan
    Thank you very much, Guy.

    Hi! Guy.
    Thank you very much for your kind comment.:)
    I'm happy because you like it.:eek:
    It's expected to set this ground work as the ground with quite gloss.
    Pollution of a figure may also take out gloss.:rolleyes:
  11. pmfs A Fixture

    Country:
    Portugal
    Hello Mitsutaka.

    You are fast:eek: please god, give me time:D
    I like very much the contrast of the face.
    Fantastic final result in this 200mm figure.

    Regards from Portugal
    Pedro
  12. unknown01 New Member

    Country:
    Japan
    Thank you very much, Pedro.

    Hi! Pedro.
    Thank you very much for a word of an encouragement.:)
    I'm happy because you like it.
    Painting tended to do a countenance of this figure about facial painting.
    The rest is coat of a ground work and making a title plate.:eek:
  13. Robert Laclavik Active Member

    Country:
    Czech-Republic
    Hi Hikaru,
    sorry about that question, but I am really not sure. Do you use oil paints on the face? If yes, try to use Naples yellow or a very light ochre. This is more suitable to highlight flesh tones than pure white.
    Besides this this figure comes out as a beautiful piece. I like these old knights, they look so majestic.
    best regards
    R.L.
  14. unknown01 New Member

    Country:
    Japan
    Thank you very much, Robert.

    Hello! Robert.
    Thank you very much for your kind comment and advice.:)
    YES、I have completed a face by oil paints.
    The brightness of the face was raised by white, but Naples yellow didn't use it.
    I have Naples yellow, too.:eek:
    However it wasn't used for facial painting.
    I think I'll use Naples yellow for facial painting with your advice next time.:rolleyes:
  15. 1969 A Fixture

    Country:
    United-Kingdom
    Very nice progress with the figure Mitsutaka,nice flesh tones.

    Steve
  16. unknown01 New Member

    Country:
    Japan
    Thank you very much, Steve.

    Hello! Steve.
    Thank you very much for your kind comment.:)
    I finished painting of a ground work yesterday.
    Remaining work just sticks a title plate on.:rolleyes:
    A new digital camera was ordered now.
    (The one used for the front wasn't new.)
    I think it'll be about Tuesday to be able to contribute a complete picture.:eek:
  17. Maglar Member

    Country:
    United-States
    Looking good Hikaru.. the figure looks a bit stiff in his pose and composure to me, but i'm sure some paint will alleviate that.. I'll be watching this one, make em pop! :D
  18. unknown01 New Member

    Country:
    Japan
    Thank you very much, Corey.

    Hello, Corey.
    Thank you very much for your kind comment.:)
    The feeling that a pose is a little stiff as you say.:eek:
    I think it's seen so more because it isn't a chain mail, a plate mail.:rolleyes:
    But I'm happy because you like it.;)
  19. tonydawe A Fixture

    Country:
    Australia
    Hi Mitsutaka,

    You've done alovely job on this figure and I hope you complete him to your satisfaction.

    If I may, my friend, suggest you spend some time considering the best weathering effects you can apply to his armour. The armour looks too clean and uniformed, however real armour would be dented and muddy, showing signs of battle and rain.

    My suggestion would be to add several washes of Black acrylic paint, mixed with water (1:10 dilution) and very lightly brush the wash down the armour and allow it to rest into the lines and details.

    I'd also use an HB graphite lead Pencil and draw lots of tiny scratches and scuff marks on the armour on the elbows, knees, hands and collar. This will establish a real metal shine on armour highlights.

    Mud will attach itself on the front of the lower legs when riding a horse, and on the feet and ankles when on foot in the middle of a muddy battlefield. Consider showing the vegetation may have been trampled under foot by the soldiers fighting. Where the armour moves, the mud will be scraped off as the moldier moves.

    Any man who has to fight in battle wearing all that armour will produce lots of sweat. You may like to add some Gloss varnish on the forehead and cheeks to emphasise his physical exhaustion.

    Good luck and keep improving Mitsutaka.
  20. unknown01 New Member

    Country:
    Japan
    Thank you very much, Tony.

    Hello! Tony.
    Thank you very much for your kind advice.:):)
    Some degrees are making a mess on a figure already me, too.
    The figure almost making this figure reflect the information I got from everyone correctly would be a figure covered with the mud I hardly have of metallic color.
    I think there are a lot of people who think that's beautiful, too.
    When painting AFV and a figure in my country, it's a custom not to make a mess on a model so much.
    A person called tony Greenland had contributed a model of AFV to a Japanese magazine.
    A Japanese modeler was thinking AFV had to make a mess on a model certainly up to that.
    But the people who make a "beautiful" AFV model with influence of his work increased, too.
    Finished goods of a figure have a ground work, so I think there are a lot of people who think itself is a scene work, too.
    I can't deviate from the setting, either.
    So I'd like to consult your advice and make a mess on a figure a little more.:eek:
    However I'd do that a little negatively.:D

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