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Parachute Regiment Officer 1944 - Maurice Corry

Discussion in 'Figure News' started by Grod, Aug 5, 2021.

  1. Grod A Fixture

    Hello Folks
    In stock soon is this 1/6th scale resin bust sculpted by Moz Corry
    Boxart is by Craig Spencer
    Price is £35.00 + shipping
    UK = £4.50
    Europe = £10.00
    Everywhere else = £15.00
    Shipping can be combined on multi purchases
    To pre order please email only to gordonmi@hotmail.com
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  2. Babelfish A Fixture

    Nice character piece, he's got a proper "gentleman warrior" look about him, the look of a bloke with a double-barreled name who always leads gallantly from the front. I think he'll be popular.

    - Steve
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  3. misfit151 A Fixture

    Great job Gordon.... terrific sculpt by Maurice....(y). Mike
  4. Scotty Well-Known Member

    Great looking bust, what a character!
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  5. Airkid PlanetFigure Supporter

    Craig's made a good job of that Denison. Nice piece, should prove popular.

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  6. Nap A Fixture


    Can only agree there Steve

    Nice artwork from Craig as well

    Thanks for sharing

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  7. Henk Well-Known Member

    I got my copy a week or two ago, my, it's a big lump o' resin..:happy:
    As a nice change, only one big piece, and one separate piece (the chin strap for the helmet), and all flawlessly cast. There is a little clean up at the bottom of the bust, but no seam lines and no multiple pour plugs to remove. Take out of box, wash, primer, and let the paint flinging commence.
    There is one thing I think nitpick....purists...obsessive... the more discerning may want to address, and that is the lack of undercut/definition under the rim of the helmet. Not something that couldn't be solved with black paint, but I think I'll get the dremel out, to add some more definition.
    Did I mention that in my opinion, at £35, this is good value?
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  8. Henk Well-Known Member

    Now then, I've started on this, I used the dremel to create a bit of an undercut, and whilst painting noticed something, and cant believe I didn't notice this before...
    The Sten Gun bandolier carrystrap, which goes up under his collar, does not continue on the back... it will have to be added with milliput or such.
    Pictures later.
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  9. Henk Well-Known Member

    Pictures. I've blocked all the colours in during a two day works induction over zoom, next step adding the errant strap, tidying up and washes. .

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  10. Nap A Fixture

    Be great if you could possibly do a separate SBS in V Bench on yours ?

    I am tempted by this

  11. Henk Well-Known Member


    I will Kev, I just wanted to add a picture to show what I pointed out, to keep it relevant to the original thread.

    Despite the small issues I've pointed out, I do recommend this bust, you'll enjoy it Kev. Right up your street, a nice bit of fettling, and a great canvas for your painting skills ;).
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