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Completed ROMAN GLORYs last week in Leganes

Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by Paulo, Mar 17, 2017.

  1. Paulo A Fixture

    Hello Planeteers, so glad that I can share with you this work. It was last week on MUNDIALITO contest, in Leganes/Madrid, It was part of the Portuguese Team AMM, as you know its forbiden to show photos before the MUNDIALITO contest, so here they are.

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  2. Paulo A Fixture

    You may care that the metal are in Non Metalic Metal, rest ofpainting is acrilic.

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  3. Paulo A Fixture

    Sorry this is a somewhat big post, but I do think you´ll like ...

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  4. tomifune A Fixture

    Really nice work with muted but detailed tones. Interesting breakdown on the shield design. Could you share the non metallic metal techniques you used?

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  5. Nicolaos Well-Known Member

    Lovely result, warm congrats!
  6. Tecumsea PlanetFigure Supporter

    I have had a Roman Shield sitting on my bench for 12 months plucking up the courage to have a go at free handing the design-You have given me the spur I need to give it a go with this breakdown, many thanks for posting.

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  7. John Bowery A Fixture

    Thanks for the SBS.
    The scene came out great.
  8. Paulo A Fixture

    Thanks for the words !! Actually I had a lot of fun doing this work, I believe this is important to. I forgot to say thet, figures are 54mm from SEIL and ROMEO Models.

    Bob the non metalic is a interresting technique, I believe everybody should do it at least once, because it works mostly on light spots and shadows. I´m more keen on true metalics, but is good to change some times and after doing this , my true metalics are bether because, NMM is arder to get. So you lose nothing trying. The colours are Brown and ochre, last lights are Ivory, but i´m afraid is a little complex. So I promise you I´ll do a SBS on this (quite soon), I believe is the best way. Pay atention to my next posts.

    Finnaly Keith, dont you believe your shield waited to long? Come on and have fun with him. I give you another push a SBS on the other shield. Please wonderstand that there is a lot of zoom in the pictures, actual size of the shield is like a 1 Euro coin.

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  9. Blind Pew A Fixture

    Very well done, I do like what you've done with these........
  10. OldTaff PlanetFigure Supporter

    I was in the same boat, Keith, but in a mad moment decided to jump overboard, and splash about:confused: It's working out OK(ish), thanks to great SBS' like Paulo's. Courage, mon brave (y)

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  11. clrsgt A Fixture

    Very well done. The shield work is exceptional.
  12. franck edet A Fixture

    superb works ! it just motivates me to push my tries on the NMM technic :)

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