Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by slaj, Oct 19, 2006.
Just a few pics to show you what I'm working on lately.
Very good work Stephen,Looks great already,Looking forward to see some more!
Keep us posted
Stephen you really did a great job so far on this figure. I really like the detail that you've put into it. Is it gonna be a commercial kit?
nice work my friend. You do detailed and clean sculpting . Waitiing for more
Thanks guys very appreciated. I still need to do a lot of polishing to clean up everything.
Xenofon, yes this will be commercial
Looks very good
keep on posting
very good sculptjob. Can`t await to see it finished !!!
Stephen, excellent work so far, looking forwardd to seeing more.
Very nice stuff Stephen! I really like the quilted armor, expecially on the horse. Keep us posted!
Thanks guys. Will keep you posted
Hi Stephen, my friend :lol: !
GREAT JOB on the sculpting !!!!! I noticed the armour on the horse is of different colours; are they different types of putty ? Just curious. Anyhow, WELL DONE, Stephen !!! Cheers !
Great work Stephen,
I'll be waiting for your next step.
Thanks Marc and Kenneth. Yes the armour on the horse was done with a mix of MS and duro ( green parts) and MS and magic carve ( red parts) I wasn't that happy with the latter mix and will change it next time. Thanks for looking.
Great work, Stephen. I especially like the chain mail. Can't wait to see this finihsed.
having seen this work-in-progress and admiring the effects of your skill and talent, I do not want to become a harbinger of bad news but your horse - only the head, neck and the parts of the shoulder and back visible - suffers from a way too long neck or from a too small head. For a war horse this neck-to-head ratio would have been absolutely impotant and crucial, perhaps disqualifying this animal from serice.
Perhaps the camera angle and photography distorted the lenght of the ncek versus its head etc, so if so then I may be wrong.
Naturally for a perfect warmount you want a neck that is not longer than its head, a neck that is quite powerful and yet graceful. Long neck is good for show horses, that just walk and pace nicely. Neck-head measurements - you measure horses head from the edge of the upper nostril to the poll, and its neck from the wing of the atlas to the shoulder or so.
If you email me I will send you some pictures directly to better explain on this sibject.
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