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Samurai "Seige at Osaka" - 90mm Pegaso Vignette

Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by Guy, Jan 5, 2008.

  1. Guy A Fixture

    Thanks for the kind words Rocky. I painted all the Poste Militaire Samurai's years ago and I have to say the Pegaso are much more workable as far as doing the painting in components. After finishing these 2 Samurai I may have to look into doing one or two for myself.
  2. Marcel Active Member

    Stunning paintwork of this fellow Guy with a lot of attention to al these small details. Now that all parts are assembled it's an fine and excellent piece of work.

  3. Guy A Fixture

    Thanks for the feedback Marcel. Much appreciated. The detail work was quite enjoyable to do as it was all crisp and clear.
  4. John Bowery A Fixture

    Just a beautiful finish to your SBS and a great job.
    I agree with Rocky.
  5. Guy A Fixture

    Thanks John,

    It feels good to have 2/3's of the scene done with the base, groundwork and Tori Gate left to go.
  6. Guy A Fixture

    Before posting the finished photos of the vignette I thought I would finish out the sbs and show the final stages.

    A 90mm tori gate.jpg

    The above Tori gate is also a Pegaso 54mm Accessory and had to be legnthened approx 2 1/2 inches top become a 90mm accessory. All the sections were pegged with brass rod drilled into the column.

    B set a 01.jpg

    The next step was placement of the figures in relation to the Tori Gate. You can see the Gate in the background at the original height for 54mm before I cut it to add a section.

    C Base ground 1.jpg

    My next step was to mix and pour the Sculpt a Mold and pour around and over the kit bases and then add sand for ground texture.

    C Base ground 2.jpg

    I next choose 3 different acrylic colors in earth tones and painted the plaster mix. I left a small patch open for installation of the Tori gate once the gate was finished.

    D Supplies 1.jpg

    The next step was pulling out of the closet and supply cabinet all my groundwork supplies I thought I would need.

    E In progress 09.jpg

    Above you see the groundwork in progress with placing grasses of different height and texture and adding a deadfall limb to fill in the front space of the base.

    Tori Gate test fit 1.jpg

    Above you see a test fitting on the brass rod of the Tori Gate in the rear of the scene.

    Finished photos of the completed "Seige of Osaka" I finished the vignette yesterday and I have to admit......looks ok.

  7. Bad91Fellow Member

    Looks really good as far as I can see it!

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