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Open Book PEGASO Gladiator

Discussion in 'Reviews , Video Reviews and Open Book' started by Paulo, Mar 21, 2017.

  1. Paulo A Fixture

    DSC02604.JPG Hy Guys
    PEGASO doesn´t need presentation, for he´s beeeing a leader in figures making for years. I must say that I personally admire that the company was able to keep the same high level through the years, also was able to inovate and give us a diferent range of scales and subjects allways interresting.

    My Review relies upon the (brilliant) new range of MiniBusts. For the less atentive this line is not more than re-launching of 90 mm Figures, but cuted to made of them a bust or bether Mini Bust.

    Many of this figures are revised or modiffied as our subject, taht is based upon the 90mm 90-032 GLADIATORE ROMANO THRAEX.


    So Lets open the box:
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    Those are Helmet parts, as allways with PEGASO, a minimum to clean, and a small part from the branch of mould injection, that we can take out easily.

    The feathers and plumes from the helmet, again injection lines, but nothing special...
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    The body, and PEGASO smartly provided a support for the Busts, so if are willing to colect them thay wil all look the same on the suport

    other views, again a mould line, not complicated
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    Provisory assembling of all figure, with blue tack

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    Ope you like as such as I. There is no referency for this Bust yet because is not officially have been launched, but it will be pretty soon, don´t worry.
    I just can´t wait to post again but ... Painted !!!

    Attached Files:

  2. Viking Bob PlanetFigure Supporter

    Not my period of interest but this is a lovely bust. Look forward to seeing this painted.
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  3. Red Five Well-Known Member

    Nice figure. But laminations on the Manica should run up the arm so a sword will slide. The way it is models a weapon will be channeled into the arm. A very common mistake made by sculptors and artists.

    I've made about twenty manicas full sized.
    anstontyke likes this.
  4. Mirofsoft A Fixture

    Thanks for reporting, but I don't get it . Why all the praise ? The quality is just standard for a 54mm of the 70ies ....
  5. Paulo A Fixture

    In my Humble opinion, those who paint know that some thimes our personnal life doesn´t left many time for hobby.
    That´s why I think this is a great idea. My point of view, it´s a quik made figure (half of/what ever) you don´t need do do ground work, everybody likes of 90mm figures, although they are expensive, so you can have a sheaper one and with all quality, so you can pratice and when you are confortable and have time you can invest in a full 90mm figure and make a masterpiece.
    The best, for me, is that you can paint it in a weekend or in a week softly, so you don´t have a excuse that you don´t have time.

    Be happy guys, enjoy painting
  6. Babelfish A Fixture

    Interesting. Can you post a photo to show us exactly what you mean?

    - Steve

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