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Not all Indians

Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by Bluesking, Dec 12, 2004.

  1. Bluesking Active Member

    Just to show it's not all Indians!

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  2. Guy A Fixture

    Now that is great too. I would like to know more about their mounted kits as there are several I would like to order.
  3. Bluesking Active Member

    Another shot, the cobblestones are split peas painted a to suit.

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  4. Dan Morton A Fixture

    That's beautiful! Great painting - I envy your technique! I'm glad you had a good experience building and painting the kit.

    My own experience with two Fonderie 90mm WWI kits was less than great. I bought their French 1914 90mm and their US 1917 90mm. The Frenchman had so much flash and mistakes in fitting I had to file and sand, file and sand and still ended up putting on a great deal of putty to make it look decent. The sculpting wasn't bad, just the molding.

    On the other hand, the US 1917 soldier - BOTH the sculpting (particularly the face) and the molding were poor. I tried substituting another head and re-working it, using putty, etc. I gave up in frustration and "parted-it-out".

    all the best,
  5. quang Active Member

    Beautifully done, Stephen!

    I can see that your mojo's still working. ;)


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