Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by Roc, Feb 26, 2006.
well done roc. looking forward to this. dave.
Roc Nice start. But I must let my inexperience reveal itself, why did you start painting the horse furniture before painting the horse?
Hey Dave, thanks, I have a long way to go.
Hey Cory, the right way is to paint horse first, but I always do things backwords :lol: :lol:
looking good so far. I have to ask though, it seems that drill bit will leave a rather sizable hole in the bottom of the horse. Do you plan on covering it up somehow? Keep us posted!
This is great. Lovely red. Looking forward to your nextstep.
Jay, thanks, after the horse is finished and dry, I will fill the drill hole with A + B putty and paint it to match the rest of the horse.
Mark, my friend, thanks, I'm glad you like it so far.
Tis is one of the nicest horses I ever painted, really well sculpted.
Well, here we are at the beginning of one long journey. This is an awesome piece and I'm looking forward to watching your progress on it. I'm particularly interested in how you will deal with all that sleeve braiding on the rider.
Thanks for sharing it with us
Phil, you are very welcome, sharing is my pleasure.
The painting of the rider is complete, you can find the finished rider in my work bench.
Yes, it occurred to me I might have missed your work on the rider already, so I've checked it out. Very nice indeed - nice tight work on that braiding (as I expected)
Must make sure I keep up with this thread! :lol:
So far you are going great Roc. Your reds are nicely done... personal preference?? I would ask for more contrast.
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