WIP Steampunk Queen

Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by madeg, Feb 17, 2012.

  1. madeg Active Member

    Some time ago I discovered the Steampunk style in figurines .
    Some manufacturers of fantasy themes have introduced this style in there work . So I decided to make my own figure using all information I could find . This figure is based upon art work I found on the internet .
    The girl is dressed with the classical hat and glasses . And her uniform ( very militairy) ends as a dress around her .
    The challenge this time was the dress . I had to create a volume to sculp the wrinkles around it . This was achived by fixing the figure to the groundfloor from the begining.The wrinkles where the last part to sculp.They had to run down from the dress onto the floor .
    The head is from Priesser. Hands from Verlinden . Some details are from Andrea's belt and buckles set in photoetche.
    The weapons and the bottle on her back are converted pieces from the scrapbox and from the tools set from iltaleri .

    The wall is evergreen plasticard covered with vallejo stuck paste . And the rivets are made with a punch an die set and leadfoil .
    In the end the background will be painted as a rusted metal wall . And a latern will be fixed to the wall .

    Painting will be done with acrylics as base coat and oils as and coat .

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  2. Stephen Ward Active Member

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    Dude, super cool subject. Really enjoy seeing Steampunk subjects. Looking forward to seeing this completed.

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