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WIP Critique Ulv og Ræv (wolf and fox) project

Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by franck edet, Apr 12, 2017.

  1. franck edet A Fixture

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    Canada
    Hi guys,
    i'm thinking of "coupling" those two bad boys together and i would need your advices :

    first : together or as stand alones ?
    then : with or without the tree

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    The tree will be higher as it is actually as i think of having it grow on a kind of big rock, with apparent roots.
    I'm waiting for your advised comments :)
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  2. housecarl A Fixture

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    Should be good Franck.(y)
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  3. Viking Bob PlanetFigure Supporter

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    With the tree looks good.
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  4. Fantomas A Fixture

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    Canada
    Hi Frank,
    Everybody put Torstein at the left and Rolf at the right. Why not to try something different?
    Just a friendly suggestion! :)
    If you decide to put them together, it might be a good idea to place them on different levels.
    Alex
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  5. clrsgt A Fixture

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    I think they are a natural pair and I agree with Fantomas' comments.
  6. franck edet A Fixture

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    Canada
    thank you all,

    Alex, you're right, i guess that their poses tend to have Rolf on the right ... i will try some other various set ups :)
  7. Mjølner PlanetFigure Supporter

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    Denmark
    Interesting idea you have, looking good and will follow.
    By the way, do you have danish relations? I am thinking about the "æ" in ræv :)
  8. franck edet A Fixture

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    Canada
    Hello Brian, thanks for the kind words !
    no i don't have any danish relation, but o used google translator : french to danish :)
  9. Mjølner PlanetFigure Supporter

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    Denmark
    That is impressive, you've hit it spot on :)
    Ohh...by the way, I think you should use the tree, would look great ;-)
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  10. captnenglish Well-Known Member

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    Together with the tree. I also agree with Fantomas
  11. megroot A Fixture

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    Netherlands
    Totally agree with Fantomas.
    Give's more tension into the whole vignette.

    Marc
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  12. taliesin2013 Active Member

    Hello, I say nice idea, but I would put that on the back holding the shield to the right of the other. In this way they would look at all and two in the same direction, otherwise they are each on their own, as twin and not a skit.
  13. franck edet A Fixture

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    Canada
  14. Osebor PlanetFigure Supporter

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    Spain
    Together, with tree, no doubt!
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  15. franck edet A Fixture

    Country:
    Canada
    Fantomas was right : it definitely looks better that way :) (to me at least ...)

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  16. Fantomas A Fixture

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    Canada
    Hey, Frank.
    What do you think about putting a spear into Rolf's hand instead of a hatchet?
    Regards,
    Alex

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  17. pgarri27 Well-Known Member

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    United-States
    Place the figures at different levels for added interest. Looking good.
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  18. franck edet A Fixture

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    Canada
    Hi friends :)
    as i didn't find any raven in 75mm scale i followed some planeteers advices and sculpted it ... that was a big first for me
    but it finally looks pretty much like a raven, i've used bondo mastic to create some texture on the "feathers" maybe a little on the overdone side, but i think that once painted it will give
    some "life" to it :)

    from various website i found the sizes for the european great raven so once to scle i finished with a wingspan of 6 cms for a 3 cms body (1/24 scale)

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    as usual all your comments are welcome !
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