Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by Ron Tamburrini, Oct 11, 2014.
Well almost completed
All in Oils as usual , looking forward to doing something simple next
Like this one a lot Ron. A very nice job indeed from top to bottom. The base and groundwork are perfect for this one.
All your hard work and excellent preperation has paid off here Ron,I love the painting of the horse and the purple colour straps,great work on the Knight and excellent groundwork mate,beautiful
Very nice work all round.
Beautifully painted Ron! A really sharp looking, dramatic piece !
I'm actually a bit surprised that you chose (doesn't take away from what you've done), to paint your base black, given that you normally have access to such lovely wood.
the reason for the black base is to do with what I have planned for the nameplate when I eventually get around to making one
Also this was a scrap piece of wood with no great markings on it and as the figure it's self is a bit plain I did not want to outshine the model
well thats my excuse but the next piece I am about halfway through is on a fantastic bit of golden burr oak
Nice work Ron
Well I look forward to seeing the next one Ron !
Very nice work all round Ron T.
Base sets it off nicely in black.
Very nice paint job Ron,like it a lot
Real class Ron.
Very well done throughout.
Best points for me;
The cloak, it's one thing sculpting such a vast amount of drapery but your painting of the beast is a bit special.
The nag, great sculpt but your knowledge of things equine has really bought this hairy hoofed beauty to life.
The base is super. I do like these bases that fall away with the ground work. Just looking forward to see what you have in mind for the nameplate?
Very nicely done Mate, good work.
All the best,
Turned out very well Ron.
Very well done and great base. I like the touches of bright colour that bring it alive.
Wow!...that is outstanding Ron!
Top notch work all round there, what a stunner.
Damn fine work Ron looking forward to seeeing it. Are you entering it at the Glasgow Show next weekend?
Very nice indeed.
Nice piece Ron...well done.
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