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The Last Supper (Leonardo)

Discussion in 'Sculpting' started by Romariogendalf, Apr 25, 2019.

  1. Romariogendalf A Fixture

    Country:
    Singapore
    Master - Mikhail Tuilkin
    90mm
    For Legionminiatures.org
    I will produce it in metal or resin or keep for me only. Sorry for the quality of photos
    1447187.jpg 1447189.jpg 1447191.jpg 1447185.jpg 1447183.jpg 1447181.jpg The-Last-Supper-Restored-Da-Vinci-1024x484-862x407.jpg
    Kevtk135, Mike S., Jaybo and 23 others like this.
  2. Landrotten Highlander Well-Known Member

    I would like to give a crack at painting this. Please make it commercial - resing for me.
    Nicolaos likes this.
  3. megroot A Fixture

    Country:
    Netherlands
    I'm with LH. resin for me.
    Would could I expect for the cost's

    Marc
  4. bucsfan21 Active Member

    Country:
    United-States
    Very impressive work Mikhail! (y) Thanks for sharing. Your attention to detail is amazing!

    Terry Martin-Member of the Atlanta Military Figure Society of Atlanta, GA
  5. Romariogendalf A Fixture

    Country:
    Singapore
    Guys if i collect pre orders for 5-7 sets I can arrange full set about 450 - 470 USD.
    Resin.
    Or individual I will produce in metal about 420 - 450 USD.
    For me cheapper to do in metal for a small volume.
  6. megroot A Fixture

    Country:
    Netherlands
    I'm out.

    Marc
  7. Redcap A Fixture

    Country:
    United-Kingdom
    For 13 x 90mm figs and accessories, I think that is a very reasonable price indeed.

    Great piece of work and subject for those of a religious persuasion.

    Gary
  8. Grod A Fixture

    Country:
    United-Kingdom
    Not my subject but what a great sculpting feat.
    Great work
    Gordon
    CGS military figures likes this.
  9. HansDig Well-Known Member

    Country:
    Netherlands
    Wow, impressive!! That won't be a cheap project.
    How about this version...

    Attached Files:

    Nap, Henk and Landrotten Highlander like this.
  10. HansDig Well-Known Member

    Country:
    Netherlands
    This will be the 2020-buy for me so unfortunatly no pre-order this year. Will be the centre piece in my room.
    Please make it resin.
    I'm just wondering how it should be painted. Like a painting or like "real live"?
    Just bought Hunters at halt and Grey beard from Irbis and I'm not shure of how to paint those either.
  11. Landrotten Highlander Well-Known Member

    An interesting question. I too have the hunters on the shelf. I am considering making a combination of painting and real-life depiction - sort of an exploration of techniques - and see how it turns out. If I do not like it, then there is always good ol' Dettol.....
    HansDig and Nap like this.
  12. HansDig Well-Known Member

    Country:
    Netherlands
    Yep, same here but about the Dettol...can you use it more the once because the stuff is pretty expensive. Now I always use ovencleaner....cheap, takes your "breath away...." and it works.
    malc likes this.
  13. Landrotten Highlander Well-Known Member

    I have used it on a number of figures. Let it settle for a few days and you will see separation between clean dettol and dirt. Remove whet you don't want and top up
  14. HansDig Well-Known Member

    Country:
    Netherlands
    Worth a try
  15. T-34/85 PlanetFigure Supporter

    Country:
    United-States
    I would prefer resin, primarily just for the weight of holding the figures for painting, (notwithstanding the weight of the finished piece) but that wouldn’t be a deal breaker for me. Like HansDig mentioned, I’d have to wait until next year or maybe the 4th quarter of this one before I could get this, but get it I would.

    Tom
  16. HansDig Well-Known Member

    Country:
    Netherlands
    Resin would be best.
  17. grasshopper Guest

    Country:
    Canada
    Poor Romariogendalf..tries to put out something of pride and hard work..and it’s cheapened by this..respect might be due the poor sod..
    Landrotten Highlander and Nap like this.
  18. Romariogendalf A Fixture

    Country:
    Singapore
    Yes
    Stupid
    grasshopper likes this.
  19. grasshopper Guest

    Country:
    Canada
    I am interested...resin for cost of shipping, metal for basic price and I personally like working metal...
  20. Romariogendalf A Fixture

    Country:
    Singapore
    it will be both resin and metal

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