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The hero

in What are you working on? Wed Feb 16, 2011 9:37 pm
by Jager • 178 Posts

The hero, i started whit this figure in 2010 dec.
Just tryed the clay i got.
It dryed fast so i worked wiht Dremel tool.
After that i got the Magic sculp and added it on.

It is little bigger than 1/16 scale or 130mm
i decided to make a diorama for it, i a found a base 25x25cm.

Began planning

Thougt it's around 1300s somewhere in Europe,
the knight have just fought a small battle.
And enemy retreated leaving, most of the equipment

Base with styrofoam and figure( planing )





papier mache mix whit plaster added





Air brushed

Thought dont know when they started tu use stake




I will add more pictures later

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RE: The hero

in What are you working on? Thu Feb 17, 2011 4:22 pm
by Jager • 178 Posts

Here's the weapons to be used.
I thought who? would drop the weapon if retreated

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RE: The hero

in What are you working on? Thu Feb 17, 2011 4:27 pm
by Jager • 178 Posts

The Diorama now.
Used a Variety of moss
the water is hot glue (glue gun)

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RE: The hero

in What are you working on? Thu Feb 17, 2011 4:38 pm
by Jager • 178 Posts

The two companions of Magic sculp and green stuff.

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RE: The hero

in What are you working on? Thu Feb 17, 2011 4:43 pm
by Jager • 178 Posts

The Hero now, i will go through the painting more close.
And add pastel chalk.

I painted the backside it aint heraldry

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RE: The hero

in What are you working on? Thu Feb 17, 2011 5:07 pm
by Ben90 • 428 Posts

I think it wasn´t unusual to drop the weapons for the retreat with the aim to run faster. For example a roman shield had a weight of about 10kg! So your idea of dropping the weapons is good, I think. And the dio looks very nice so far. I like the pattern on the knights clothes! GREAT! And the weapons are nicely done. The arrows are so detailed!!


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RE: The hero

in What are you working on? Thu Feb 17, 2011 8:07 pm
by alex • 400 Posts

Beautiful work! I have long viewed each picture. Many fine details. And a lot of hard work! This guy is certainly a great ... compared with the usual for me, kids ... but very high quality you've done! Want to see the end of the work!


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RE: The hero

in What are you working on? Thu Feb 17, 2011 8:19 pm
by Andreas • 185 Posts

Impressive work , really nice . The groundwork is awesome , but one thing i have to say is the Pose seems a bit too calm ...
how can i explain ? After the fight i imagine a Knight tired or in a Pose that shows he has won .
Can´t wait to see it finished

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RE: The hero

in What are you working on? Thu Feb 17, 2011 9:00 pm
by Jager • 178 Posts

Yea thanks i agree the figure dident get 100%
I didn't get the figure left arm good also "the legs could be longer.
Perhaps he look at rascals that fleeing.

i will add the bark on the Stake
i wanted to create a moist environment, But dont think a over spray with glossy, does it?

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RE: The hero

in What are you working on? Thu Feb 17, 2011 10:11 pm
by Valdemar • 2.097 Posts

Looks great, looking forward to seeing it finished!


Best regards

ValdemarMiniatures.com

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RE: The hero

in What are you working on? Fri Feb 18, 2011 3:11 pm
by Jager • 178 Posts

Made some apple's it's the enemy's resources.
And i found a basket that will fit. Someone stepped on the basket in the run and all apples lie around.

Made a sword to, will see if i use it and if it get good

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RE: The hero

in What are you working on? Fri Feb 18, 2011 4:29 pm
by SamSagace • 289 Posts

really impressive work!!!!

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RE: The hero

in What are you working on? Fri Feb 18, 2011 5:56 pm
by Jager • 178 Posts

Might add this but it got square pattern so i dont know.
What do you think?

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RE: The hero

in What are you working on? Sat Feb 19, 2011 11:04 am
by Jager • 178 Posts

Whit milli putty i made a arming cap.
I goint to paint it more it look strange.

Apples primed and ready to paint.
(i allready painted them)

Whit wood and plastic i made a crossbow
the bolt it from Zvesdas seige weapons

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RE: The hero

in What are you working on? Sat Feb 19, 2011 3:11 pm
by Ben90 • 428 Posts

Looks very cool but the bolt is too long for this crossbow. You could cut a piece out of the middle and glue both ends together. The siege machines were made in a plastic that "melts" together when glued with plastic glue. I think a bit less than half the lenght of the crossbow should be acceptable for a xbow-bolt...

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