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Posted by Egbert on 11 Jan 2024, 07:23

Fantastic DMS
...beautiful figures just the way I love models. Dynamic, lively and unique.
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Posted by Egbert on 11 Jan 2024, 07:31

Which painting or pictures did you use as a template? :-D
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Posted by C M Dodson on 12 Jan 2024, 22:32

Superb as always.

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Posted by dms on 14 Jan 2024, 05:34

Thanks.
Dear Egbert,I did not use any specific image.I took inspiration from some pictures for poses and used others for some details and costumes
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Posted by Egbert on 16 Jan 2024, 10:44

Thanks for your answer and this information...
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Posted by dms on 16 Jan 2024, 15:59

Youre welcome Egbert
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Posted by Peter on 26 Jan 2024, 13:33

And the beautiful figures keep on coming! Those wagons with the mules is awesome! :thumbup:
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Posted by dms on 01 Feb 2024, 17:12

Thanks Peter
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Posted by k.b. on 04 Feb 2024, 10:17

Absolutely splendid, as usual. Have been staring admiringly at them for 5 minutes and am still unable to choose a favourite. Think it’s between the two figures on the extreme right with raised rifles, the wolf skin clad warrior with spear and shield in the centre or the chap with the tomahawk on the far left. A joy to behold
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Posted by C M Dodson on 04 Feb 2024, 11:45

You really have caught the spirt of these fellows.

Marvellous work .

I have researched the printing medium but still can not fathom out how you get a three D format from a two D picture.

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Posted by atalante on 04 Feb 2024, 14:12

Very interesting work!
I have the same question about the relationship between images and 3D printing.
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Posted by dms on 04 Feb 2024, 17:02

Thank You guys,I don't convert a 2d picture into the 3d figures.I do it three-dimensionally, starting with a cube and then extruding ,cutting, mooving the faces vertices or edges of the object,increasing the number of polygons,etc until I reach the desired shape.See the pictures bellow ImageI hope it helps
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Posted by MABO on 06 Feb 2024, 00:25

the result is stunning, if one see the start...
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Posted by Santi Pérez on 09 Feb 2024, 14:31

dms wrote:Thank You guys,I don't convert a 2d picture into the 3d figures.I do it three-dimensionally, starting with a cube and then extruding ,cutting, mooving the faces vertices or edges of the object,increasing the number of polygons,etc until I reach the desired shape.See the pictures bellow ImageI hope it helps

Phew, that sounds like an unattainable task for a useless IT guy like me, which makes me appreciate your merit even more, dms. :shock:

My warmest congratulations. :thumbup:

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Posted by dms on 04 Mar 2024, 04:03

Thanks SantiImageImage
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Posted by Susofrick on 04 Mar 2024, 15:24

Meeting Zorro or Davy Crockett? Great as always!
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Posted by Santi Pérez on 21 Mar 2024, 18:11

Susofrick wrote:Meeting Zorro or Davy Crockett? Great as always!

He's actually a member of the "dragones de cuera" or "soldados de cuera", which were defensive troops created by the Spanish Empire in the 18th century to defend the frontier of the presidios of New Spain (Texas, New Mexico, Alta California and Baja California) in the territory of the present-day United States of America. :-D

Their name was derived from the cuera, a long sleeveless coat made up of up to seven layers of fur, highly resistant to the arrows of enemy Indians, which they wore as protection. In addition to a rifle and sword, they were armed with a spear and a shield. ;-)

Very original figure, dms! :thumbup:

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Posted by dms on 25 Mar 2024, 09:24

Thanks,let's go north
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Posted by JurgenH on 25 Mar 2024, 16:33

As always, wonderful characters, lively scenes and very beautiful displays. I love her work.
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Posted by Crynsminiaturen on 19 Apr 2024, 10:59

Wonderfull work, I like it very much. Especially the 20 mule triple-wagon. Your choice of subject, designing, painting, landscaping and pohtography, its all top quality. My respect!
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