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Completed Critique Wiking Raider, eastern europe(Somewhere in Khazar Khanate) IX. century

Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by TURKOGLU, Oct 28, 2014.

  1. TURKOGLU Active Member

    Hı, planeteers.:)
    My first figure after two years ago. I hope you lıke it.
    Figure İnfo
    Romeo models, 75mm, white metal.
    And I put WİP photo from face paiting close up.
    All paintings are acrylic and all weathering effects (Metal-leatherand more)finished in acrylics.
    Balbal tombstone totally made ''Magic sculpt''. Shield pattern free-hand sytle painting.
    All critques and comments are ''Welcome''
    Regards from TURKEY..........(y)

    Attached Files:

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  2. Trex Well-Known Member

    Arkadaşım, the figure looks very nice, but I can't see details because the pictures do not open. Would you please check and/or re-upload them.
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  3. Fransab Active Member

    Perfect!! Congratulations.

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  4. John Bowery A Fixture

    Works for me. Nicely done and very nice base to set him off.
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  5. ATTİLA the HUN Well-Known Member

    Metin, Totally impressive work. You said 2 year past last painted figure??? You can't stop and upgrade your technique-exprience.:rolleyes:
    Thanks for sharing....

    What's your painting project???
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  6. samson Well-Known Member

    Great work really liking this
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  7. kansas kid Well-Known Member

    Turkoglu a.k.a. Metin:

    Oh my this is just so well done. The "stones" that you made
    from putty are also impressive. Just a first class presentation
    in all aspects. Also I want to comment on your photographs.
    I think they are really quite good, and create an atmosphere
    of tension and . . . well, a dramatic sense of "oh ma'gosh . . .
    what's next". . . if you get my drift. :)

    Now please excuse me if I expound on a point that I have
    noticed on this site for a number of years. You clearly
    stated what the material of the figure was, THE SCALE,
    and what the paint medium was. And that was right at
    the top. My point is that I am an old man, over 75 yrs. old
    and I see new figure releases but quickly forget what scale
    those figures are. In my Opinion, and I repeat this is an
    opinion, when a person puts their figure and photos on
    this site, I need to know right from the get go, what is
    the SCALE. Then I know what I am looking at. Is there
    some way we can get this message out there? Yes, all
    you younger figure modelers remember all the releases
    and what scale they are, but how about us oldsters,
    who have "senior moments"? Is it that hard or difficult
    to mention the scale of your post right at the top of the text?

    Please excuse my getting on "MY" soap box. But I really hope
    this "problem" for this old codger can be solved by you
    fine modelers. The Miami Jayhawk
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  8. FigureLover A Fixture

    That shield is very well done, love it. Overall a great figure
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  9. Helm A Fixture

    Brilliant work freehand especially
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  10. arxo Active Member

    Love the shield and all those weathering details...Excellent piece!
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  11. swralph A Fixture

    Nice painting,great shield.
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  12. Trex Well-Known Member

    I can see your photos today.
    Indeed a very nicely painted figure, especially the shield.
    Tebrikler (y)
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  13. TURKOGLU Active Member

    Friends, Thanks for warm words and constructive criticizm...
  14. Stephan PlanetFigure Supporter

    love the shield.
  15. garyhiggins A Fixture

    Great figure, beautifully painted overall, and that shield looks magnificent(y).
    Best wishes, Gary.

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