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Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by Stephan, Aug 21, 2010.

  1. Stephan PlanetFigure Supporter

    Country:
    Germany
    Here is some SF I want to finish this year
    Did the mistake to darken the flesh. She is more white.
    Finished only the jaket, keep you updatet.

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    forget..
    shes Resin, 30 cm Garagekit.
  2. gordy Well-Known Member

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    United-States
    (y) That's a tough color to shade and highlight!

    Any idea who the sculptor is ?

    Keep us posted
  3. jcichon Active Member

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    United-States
    The suit is amazing! Really nice work
  4. unknown01 New Member

    Country:
    Japan
    She's cool and good-looking.
    Excellent painting!

    Mitsutaka
  5. Stephan PlanetFigure Supporter

    Country:
    Germany
    Thanks for your comments.

    This is an Garage Kit in a small number of pieces from Mad Dog Resin.
    I think you have to google it, i cant find the email.
    there are a lot of bubbles and pinholes.

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  6. Stephan PlanetFigure Supporter

    Country:
    Germany
    gave her two layers red with black, because i thougt it where to shiny.
    Think she looks better now.
    Ad white highlights to the flesh.
    Next steps I hope that week will be a outlining and the shorts...
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    John Bowery and BarrieHynd like this.
  7. Stephan PlanetFigure Supporter

    Country:
    Germany
    Think shes ready now. Gave her tamiyas clear read on the jacket and pointed trouser, some mattdust
    More white for the skin and with an edding pen the alphabet onto the weapon.
    Feel free for any comment.
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  8. FigureLover A Fixture

    Country:
    Australia
    Hi Stephan,
    Nice job on this kit, its a pretty good sculpt and it looks as though you have had to do a fair bit of clean up to get it looking as good as what you have. I love your final flesh tones and the work you have done on the eyes looks awesome, they look almost real. Although I have not seen the movie, and am only speaking from personal opinion, I think you may have added too much contrast on the red clothing for the scale of this kit, but as I said, its only personal. It may be just the photos as well.
    Nice work,
    Ben
  9. jimmy1969 Member

    Country:
    China
    Very good skin and clothing
  10. JasonB A Fixture

    Country:
    United-States
    I agree. Nice job overall. I was trying to narrow down what I didn't like as much about the clothes, and it is the harsh contrast. In this scale, with clothes that are made from a shiny material, less contrast (or none at all) would probably look better. More sleek and sci-fi, I guess. I looked at some large figures listed on E-bay, a lot of them fantasy females, and frequently their clothes (when they are leather, vinyl or some other shiny material) are painted pretty much monotone with an overall glossy finish. The reflective quality of the glossy surface provides enough tonal variation, unlike smaller figures that are painted with flat paints, that need added tonal variations. Just my 2 cents worth, but overall very well done.
    Cheers
    Jason
  11. Stephan PlanetFigure Supporter

    Country:
    Germany
    Thanks for your opinions guys.
    I heard that twicetimes. But its my special choice to
    paint hard shadows and highlights.
    When you look on a normal people in life, they had also shadows.
    I dont want to give a figure just colour.
    Thanks a lot again.

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