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WIP Rp Models 75mm Parthia Catafratari,

Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by Steve Brodie, Jun 26, 2019.

  1. Steve Brodie Well-Known Member

    Spent the last couple of evenings painting his shield, arrow (?) holder and the skirts, added in a few different metal scales. Skirts need the leather painting before attaching to Camilla. Skirt and shield just blue tacked for the moment;

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  2. Steve Brodie Well-Known Member

    Quiver finished along with Skirts. tacked to see how she is looking. Thats me done for 4 days - off to Poland :);

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  3. Nap Forum Moderator

    Country:
    England
    Hi Steve

    Looking really good mate thanks for sharing

    Look forward to more

    Have a good time in Poland

    Nap
  4. Steve Brodie Well-Known Member

    Cloak painted, colour built up with several thin coats of paint and then highlights and shadows added.

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    Bow and Quiver cases painted with various browns and oranges to create the leather colours.
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  5. Nap Forum Moderator

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    England
    Hi Steve

    Like the cloak colour good contrast with the rest , leathers look good as well

    This is really coming together now ...are you enjoying the benchtime ...looks like it

    Thanks for sharing

    Nap
  6. Viking Bob PlanetFigure Supporter

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    United-Kingdom
    Coming along a treat, nice work.
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  7. Steve Brodie Well-Known Member


    Thanks, yes enjoying painting this one, not much more to go, so hopefully have it finished by the end of October :)
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  8. Steve Brodie Well-Known Member

    I have spent the last few evenings, painting the riders torso. Chain mail was base coated in black followed by Mig's Polished metal, wash of Tamiya black panel liner, removed from the raised details with cotton buds and a highlight of Vallejo Silver, really happy with how it has turned out. Leather work painted with Vallejo leather and highlights with various light wood shades and shadows from the Leather set by AK.

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  9. Steve Brodie Well-Known Member

    Boots have now been painted, just needs a bit of weathering of the leather on the right boot, and the trousers shading and that sub piece is completed. Had to see how it was looking and i am very happy with it so far.

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    Also made a start on the head, decided to go with the masked version, seen a few completed examples of this model, but all with open helmets, so go different i thought.

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  10. Nap Forum Moderator

    Country:
    England
    Hi Steve

    Thanks for the updates , nice to see it coming together with when the pieces are all in place

    Look forward to seeing more

    Nap
  11. Steve Brodie Well-Known Member

    A little progress update. Rider is complete, waiting for some slow set superglue to get his hands and lance/spear attached to the arms. All painting work on him is complete;

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    Added the rider (blue tack for now) to the camel and its quite a sight !;

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    Cleaned up all the tassles, reins and arrows last night, so need to to get them painted very soon as not long left now to Scale Model World on the 9th Nov.
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  12. Viking Bob PlanetFigure Supporter

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    United-Kingdom
    Wow, that is some painting and neat too.
  13. Steve Brodie Well-Known Member


    Many Thanks, really enjoying this one, cant wait for christmas and RP Models: Kuthulun Mounted 75mm - as long as i pick it up at Telford lol
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  14. Nap Forum Moderator

    Country:
    England
    Hi Steve

    That's really looking good , looks like you've enjoyed the benchtime , look forward to seeing the completed piece

    Hugo will be very happy to see this at Telford

    Thanks for sharing

    Nap

    PS Why not think about entering FOTM comp ..the November thread/ link will be done later today , you can vote for your favourites in October's now
  15. megroot A Fixture

    Country:
    Netherlands
    Very good paintwork.
    Some questions: Do you pinn the parts or not.
    How does it come that your parts fit excellent after painting? ( i assemble as much as i can, so i don't have putte over the paint in the caps)

    Marc
  16. Steve Brodie Well-Known Member


    Nap, Many thanks, really enjoying this one. managed to get his hands and lance glued last night, after quite a bit of cursing. need arms of an octopus !, just got the tassels to paint and fix to the camel, few touch ups and then mount on the base. So looking good for Telford at the mo.
  17. Steve Brodie Well-Known Member


    Thanks Marc,

    The only item completed before painting was the camel. Everything else was painted as sub assemblies, or even individual items ;
    Upper Torso, Lower Torso, Head, Arms, Hands, Sword, Quivers , Shield, Side Skirts - all painted separate then brought together and glued with drops of superglue, fast setting and in the case of the hands, slow setting so i could Manoeuvre them into the best angle to join up the lance.

    Some smaller parts are pinned with paper clips into cork bottle tops, larger items blu tacked to cork bottle tops. Some bits are blue tacked on a coffee stirrer and primed then painted in situ on the coffee stirrer, will post a photo later.
  18. Steve Brodie Well-Known Member

    95% Complete. Just need to add her tail back on, tassles on her neck armour, touch up the base of her head piece, and add a couple of bits to the warrior then its complete. Oo and add some dust clouds around the running feet.

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