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Discussion in 'Figure News' started by Pedro Molina, Mar 22, 2011.

  1. Pedro Molina A Fixture

    Country:
    Spain
    DN-01 - Sgt. Connor, serpentian heavy infantry.
    Material: Resina+metal
    Escala: 1/32 (54mm)
    Sculptor: Joaquin Palacios / painter: Julio Cabos

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    SR-02 - Roman Legionary I B.C.
    Material: Metal
    Escala: 1/32 (54mm )
    Escultor: Raul Fernandez
    Pintura: Julio Cabos

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    TR-11- Michael Wittmann, 1944
    Material: Metal.
    Escala: 1/18 (90mm)
    Escultor: Fernando Martin
    Pintura: Julio Cabos

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    S12-S08 - M. Wittmann in Villers-Bocage (Normandy June 1944)
    Escala: 1/72

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    AP-35 (English or Spanish) Spanish Civil War Book
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  2. ATTİLA the HUN Well-Known Member

    Country:
    Turkey
    Pedro, I can't see pictures. Please upload pix other Photo servers.
    thanks...........
  3. Sambaman Well-Known Member

    Country:
    United-States
    Wow, I love the Sgt. Connor piece! Is that a Warhammer thing? Maybe a Terran from Starcraft? Wish it were like 75mm, but at any rate it is super fun!

    Jay H.
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  4. sarouman A Fixture

    Country:
    Greece
    Oops busy with the company's first miniature post, big changes!
    I particularly like Michael Wittmann and dioramas that follows!
    Congrats Andrea

    Alexndros
    http://alexminiatures.blogspot.com/
  5. gordy Well-Known Member

    Country:
    United-States
    Agreed cool pieces (y)

    The Whitmann is stellar !
  6. Carlo Giovanni Member

    Country:
    Brazil
    i don't like this imageshack. i can't see.
  7. Meehan34 A Fixture

    Country:
    United-States
    I sure like the Sgt. Connor but the lip balm pouches for the serpentian heavy infantry were an octagon shape and his space gun should only have a single barrel instead of the two which was used only in the cobra faction. It is such a wonderful sculpt, too bad my favorite sculptor couldn't have done some RESEARCH. Don't get me started on the colors, UGH!
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  8. gordy Well-Known Member

    Country:
    United-States
    Carlo, I've uploaded them to planetFigure ;) Click on the image for a larger version :D

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  9. gordy Well-Known Member

    Country:
    United-States
    Julio Cabos red's on the Roman are phenomenal (y)

    @Mike, LOL I get it - Although some might not! ;)
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  10. DaveG Active Member

    Country:
    United-States
    Really like the Roman a lot. Still no adds to the 7th Cavalry line. Not that I don't have a sufficiently large pile of unpainted things mind you.....:)

    MD
  11. outrunthedogs Member

    Country:
    United-States
    I really like the Sgt. Connor and the Legionary figures. The Wittman dio is excellent as well.
  12. rheath Active Member

    Country:
    South-Africa
    All are very nice indeed.Thanks for posting and your efforts Gordy.
  13. pinsel Active Member

    Country:
    Germany
    hello Meehan
    yes RESEARCH did you get that the Wittman cap has the wrong piping?it must be pink for tank units.and the brown SA shirt is questionable too an grey one might have been more plausible.did wear Wittman the golden woundbadge?i would check it before painting it.i think it might be wrong..
    sorry that some people dare to give critics one flaws.i know one gets no roses for that.and people which think its not wrong to do only give you credit for comments with an PM.so is the world.
    one can try to be anyones darling but must not strive to do it.because i get not my figures for free and shall invest money on them i think as customer you have the right to expect decent quality.and an criteria for this is an RESERACH.maybe iam wrong and its all an nice play around.maybe all get there stuff for free and so give no nickle that its decent quality?
    or do they not care?well then iam different.sorry for that.because for me an figure is an product as an toaster i expect from the manufacturer that he invest some labour before he release it.
    well only an point of view.
    if you see it different you may do so.i see it that way that i demand an certain value for my money.in all aspect of live.
    so i did get the pun.but it seems that people do not get the motives which bring others to dare to critic PRODUCTS here which are hampered by historic flaws.
    i think it should be possible for an painter if he gets money for an boxart to do RESEARCH and paint the right piping on an cap.
    but again i am wrong no here all manufaturers and painters and clients are buddies and play happily around-money is of course no criteria.
    no we are all an happy community.and even if the viking helmet has the horns inside we applaude because otherwise we might get in the danger to be called an overcritic jerk?i am right here?
    sorry i might get not so adequate in my post because english language is not my first language.
    if some users think other which give some critics here are nosy blokes then may be it.i tried so often to explain my motives.so if you must go for the yerk.
    does not longer barther me.
    tuddelu
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  14. Tommy's War Active Member

    Country:
    United-Kingdom
    I really like that Wittmann figure, first class! (y)
  15. Pedro Molina A Fixture

    Country:
    Spain
  16. Black Army Well-Known Member

    Country:
    Hungary
    This marine is outstanding. I also wanted to create one, but then...
    Just WOW can I say.
  17. JasonB A Fixture

    Country:
    United-States
    While I have lots of issues with the Wittman Tiger dio,both on execution and historical accuracy, my biggest question is why does it look like the numbers are peeling off the turret storage box??? Thats just funky. I hope they realize those were painted (and not decals) on the real thing!
  18. gordy Well-Known Member

    Country:
    United-States
    Thanks Pedro for the excellent reports! Keep it up :)
  19. gordy Well-Known Member

    Country:
    United-States
    Markus, I understand where you are coming from and respect that.

    Keep in mind, not everyone enjoys the pieces posted here in the same way.

    For myself, I appreciate and enjoy:

    #1 the artistry in the sculpting
    #2 the painting
    #3 the subject matter
    #4 the presentation
    #5 then the historical factors

    in that order.

    For other people the order is different.

    Some people get upset when one person expresses an order of preference different from their own. That's natural Markus, and that is their problem ;)
  20. JasonB A Fixture

    Country:
    United-States
    Well Gordy you run the place, so I will refrain from arguing otherwise

    Now, I have this way cool figure of an American Indian wearing Nikes and carrying an AK-47 that I am absolutely DYING to start on...
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