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Rifle brigade, Sevastopol 1865

Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by gforceman, Jun 16, 2004.

  1. gforceman Well-Known Member

    Country:
    Belgium
    Hi everyone,

    My Sevastopol figure is ready, so here are some pics. It's a 54mm resin casting by the Spanish Latorre Models. It's painted completely in acrylics, only for the "dusting" I used some Mig Pigments (Europe Dust and Gulf War Sand). The base is from D.M.C. designs, where I also bought the gabions which are Armand Bayardi resin castings.

    All hints, tips, remarks and critism are more than welcome.

    Greetz,

    Gino.

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  2. RobH Active Member

    Country:
    United-Kingdom
    Hi Gino

    I think he's come out really well! Especially like the groundwork and the gabions look superb. Having read your templar article in MM, I appreciate your base even more. Eye catching and very original. Thanks for including a full picture of the base as well.

    Inspired me to start mine.

    BTW; resin? mine is white metal!

    :lol:

    Rob
  3. gforceman Well-Known Member

    Country:
    Belgium
    Hi Rob,

    The figure is indeed a white metal one, but the gabions were in resin. I'll try to be more precise in the future.

    Greetz,

    Gino.
  4. RobH Active Member

    Country:
    United-Kingdom
    No worries Gino! Just wondered if there were different versions out there! Stranger things have happened!

    Do you like the MIG pigments? I like them a lot!

    Rob
  5. Jim Patrick Active Member

    Country:
    United-States
    Outstanding work Gino. I like how your whole setting compliments the figure. Great work! Soooooooo, what's next?

    Jim Patrick
  6. jitch0t Member

    Country:
    Spain
    Great looking job! i really like the whole scene with the base and gabions!
  7. Pete_H New Member

    Looks good, Gino. How did you go about painting the green jacket?
  8. megroot A Fixture

    Country:
    Netherlands
    I like it, I like it,

    Heel mooi Gino (Very Nice Gino). But i have one question. His elbows are dirty, i suppose he is leaning on something when he fire's the gun. But why are his knees not dirty. Because i think they must be dirty to. When you lean on your elbows on that spot, you have to kneel because you didn't do that, you fell.

    I like the base.
    Are you coming on the club 29. And please change the route on the map from Antwerp.
    The close everything on R1.

    Greetings Marc.
  9. gforceman Well-Known Member

    Country:
    Belgium
    Hi guys,

    thanks for the nice comments, it's really appreciated.

    Hi Marc,

    His knees are as dirty as his elbows. Because of the yellow-brown colour of the pants this isn't that obvious, but believe me they are dirty! I'll try to be there the 29nd.


    Hi Pete,

    I had a very hard time with the jacket, especially to do the high highlights. Here are the mixes I've used.
    Base: Black (Vallejo950) + Flat Green (VA968)
    Highlight: base+ sunny Skintone (VA845) later + Ice Yellow (VA858)
    Shadow: Base + more black. Final shadows: pure black.

    Hi Jim

    I'm now painting on the following figures:
    Panzer grenadier officer (Hornet)
    Waffen SS Panzer grenadier bust (Harton)
    Russian Tanker (Alpine Miniatures)
    Vignette with two Russian soldiers and a Puma turret.

    Cleaning up:
    Musketeer (andrea)
    Hitetie (Fontegris)
    Knight (Pegaso)
    Janissary (Athens miniatures)
    Erik the Red (Beneito)

    I don't know if all will be finished, as I often start something for myself and then have to take a break because I need to do a figure for a client to never return to the figure I was doing for myself!


    Hi Rob,

    I like them a lot and use them in different ways: To represent dust I apply them dry and then go over it with a little bit of turps to fixate them, for wet mud I mix it with Vallejo acrylics and I also mix it in my groundwork so I don't need to paint it anymore. I have even seen guys who dillute it with turps and then spray vehicles with it to dust them!

    Greetz,

    Gino.
  10. megroot A Fixture

    Country:
    Netherlands
    Oke Gino,

    I'll rest my case. thought that it was something like that, but i didn't now for sure.
    Still it is a beauty and someday i see it in 3D.
    Please bring some bases on 29 when you come.

    Marc
  11. Uruk-Hai PlanetFigure Supporter

    Country:
    Sweden
    Good work there, Gino!

    I especially like the look of the beard, hair and the socks.
    The socks must have been hard to paint?
  12. Joe Hudson Active Member

    Country:
    United-States
    Hey Gino,

    A really nice job. I like the whole setting. It sounds like you will be really busy painting.

    Joe

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