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Posted by ernesto70 on 29 Apr 2017, 14:22

This is the sled for bomb ... ... ... ... see you soon with the figures ... ... ... ...
bye bye ... ... ... ... see you soon

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Posted by ernesto70 on 29 Apr 2017, 14:28

a big thank you to Mr, MR. CRYNS, who opened my eyes ... ... my legs were oversized reindeer ... ... so, I correct. .. the criticism, when constructive, accept them gladly.
even the buckles, I was not happy ... ... change those ... ... Thanks again MR. CRYNS

bye ... ... ... DAVID
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Posted by ernesto70 on 03 May 2017, 23:24

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Posted by ernesto70 on 03 May 2017, 23:31

Hi friends
These are the two figures that complete the little skit ... ... ....
I hope you will like them ...
I later a coat of primer to make everything uniform.
bye-bye!

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Posted by Mr. Cryns on 04 May 2017, 11:01

Dear Ernesto70,

Thanks for posting. That looks very good again.
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Please tell us if the basic figures are your own sculpts or not.
My impression is these are conversions. But I might be wrong, these could be your own castings too.
But what is looking like what you added to them (the slightly colored putty) looks very very good.
Nice coat and fur colar.

The buttons:
Please tell us how you made those white buttons.
I want to make nipples on human torso's and buttons on cloth but I do not know how to do that. I only know the method with a flat noosed needle to press a small circle into a coat.
How does your white button stick to the underground? Are you sure it does not fall off again when the finished master is molded for casting?

Also your sledge and animals looks splendid. My compliments.
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Posted by ernesto70 on 04 May 2017, 22:51

Dear Mr. Cryns.......

Thanks for the compliments....

Let's say they are conversions type Frankestein........

Practically I made a puzzle of pieces derived from different figurines........ and put together with putty.........

But I must say that maybe, it was better if I built it......... it was very difficult to give him the dynamics of the movements
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Posted by ernesto70 on 04 May 2017, 23:02

The buttons:

I made a mixture between vinyl glue and acrylic color......... For example, I use the Vallejo........

But it's just a little color............... so much to stay in contrast with the color of the coat.

Then with a small rigid copper wire, I collect the right amount to rest on the piece.

It is very practical because if you are mistaken, you can easily remove it and remake it.

After they are dried, better not to touch them so much............ they are delicate

I pero, the Master mold in resin.......

If you have any other questions, ask me without problems


Best regards!




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Posted by Mr. Cryns on 08 May 2017, 16:55

Thanks for your information.
I will try this at home.
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Posted by Wiking on 08 May 2017, 19:26

ernesto wrote:
... it was very difficult to give him the dynamics of the movements

True words.

ernesto wrote:
Practically I made a puzzle of pieces derived from different figurines....

Why do this remind me to the word PREISER?

Figure are well done. :thumbup:
Want to see more soon.
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Posted by ernesto70 on 08 May 2017, 21:36

Dear mr. Viking
It's true ... sometimes, you should build them completamente........But, the problem is how to divide the arms from corpo..........The my intention is to clone them in the future.
I haven't yet found a convenient way to take your arms out of the body, without ruining the hairline
Thank for the compliment !

bye DAVIDE
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Posted by ernesto70 on 08 May 2017, 21:39

PREISER ?......
only the arms ,are of the PREISER..
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Posted by Alex on 09 May 2017, 10:43

:yeah: :yeah: :yeah: Good idea ! Good work!
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Posted by ernesto70 on 09 May 2017, 17:40

Thank you for the your compliments......

Best regards ....master !


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Posted by daikaigan on 16 May 2017, 12:40

Very very good Davide
see you soon
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Posted by Wiking on 16 May 2017, 15:01

Look like a heavy load.
Guys be careful. Don`t droop!

Very well made so far. Slide, bomb box, animal, hard working man.
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