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Chinese Junk with crew 1/72

Posted by Samuel Alonso on 24 Nov 2012, 20:57

Welcome on the forum ! And what a superb work ! :love: :love: :love:
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Posted by Simo Hayha on 25 Nov 2012, 02:50

Ahh thought so. just used that method on a 1/35 scale musket! its the best!
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Posted by T. Dürrschmidt on 25 Nov 2012, 10:54

WOW!!!! :shock:
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Posted by madmax5510 on 26 Nov 2012, 00:37

Excellent! :thumbup: :thumbup:
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Posted by Gowan on 26 Nov 2012, 04:59

great work it is rare for such tallent to be shown on the first post :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:
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Posted by panzerman on 26 Nov 2012, 05:45

Great first posting, I totally agree with you that models populated with their perspective crews breathe life into the subject. At the minimal it give one a sense of perspective, and at most you have the "Human Factor".....Man as the actor on the stage of History. Well done ship and figures. The dark shading definitely gives it an ominous feeling, though I believe a lil selective dry brushing would make some details really "Pop". Just a suggestion....artistic style is very preferential. Terrific job. Hope to see more of your works soon. Bill
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Posted by davidkump on 02 Mar 2014, 16:51

Wonderful! Will you describe how you painted the basecoats on the sails? Was it by hand, or airbrushed? and did you paint the yards (frames) of the sails after?
Thanks!
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Posted by snagy on 02 Mar 2014, 18:49

Fantastic work!
I am not a seaman but it is very lifelike even to me!
Congratulation!
With friendly regards:
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Posted by Kekso on 02 Mar 2014, 18:57

davidkump wrote:Will you describe how you painted the basecoats on the sails?


Hi davidkump. This topic is almost 14 months old and author was last seen on this forum on 22nd August 2013. I wish you'll got your answer but I doubt you will. Good luck with that :-D
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Posted by Mai Strac on 02 Mar 2014, 20:08

:shock: Really Amazing!! :love: :thumbup:
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Posted by Bramble15 on 02 Mar 2014, 23:19

Wow is right! Beautiful work on all aspects.
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Posted by Albert on 03 Mar 2014, 20:59

great¡¡
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Posted by Xantippos on 10 Dec 2017, 18:09

A truly wonderful job. The contrast with the red sails is very nice.The figures fit perfectly.
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Posted by Kostis Ornerakis on 10 Dec 2017, 20:03

Thank you Xantippos for finding this excellent post!
@ JiTi: Amazing work!! :thumbup: :-D
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Posted by C M Dodson on 11 Dec 2017, 09:58

Absolutely excellent work. With a nice background you would have something very special indeed. Best wishes, Chris.
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Posted by Arekmaximus on 04 Apr 2018, 20:21

The Best!!! :love1: :love1:
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