WIP Sassanid Aswaran/Savaran 75mm

Discussion in 'Sculpting' started by Venko, Dec 16, 2019.

  1. Richard Baxter Well-Known Member

    Excellent work and an invaluable thread. To me, your approach on the chain mail looks fine and convincing. One of the hardest things to replicate at this scale is the weight of the mail, which hangs and moves in a very particular way and I think that you have achieved a realistic form which looks very convincing. Keep up the good work.

    Also the horse sculpture is first class, especially for a first attempt.
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  2. Venko Active Member

    Thank you for the kind words and encouragement!
    It is a new venture for me, but it's very enjoyable :)

    Proceeding with the saddle-the late Sassanids adopted the framed saddle with saddle-bow (or pommel) from Huns, Hephtalites etc., which replaced the horned saddle.
    I used plasticard for the frame, it will have leather cover on it.

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  3. Venko Active Member

    Simultaneously with the horse equipment I will make the rider, starting with the mannequin and adjusting the pose. He will hold the famous "kontos" spear, 4-4.5m in length (16-18cm in 1/24), with both hands and the body will lean slightly forward.
    Probably I will replace the spear shaft with brass rod.


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  4. Venko Active Member


    I received my Beesputty tripple firm this Monday, and I wanted to try my first face sculpting. It will be another subject, but I will open a separate topic when practicing a bit ;)
    I like the material, holds detail well and blends really nice. I didn't bake it yet, the bulking is Procreate epoxy putty. It will have beard and hair also, I hope you like it :)

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