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Some minis for my XVII c. eastern renaissance game

Posted by M.P. on 01 Mar 2016, 20:55

Mr. Cryns wrote:Samuel Łaszcz looks like a marzipan sweet from the pastry shop!
Unseen colorfull.
Great painting technique.
But why did the sculptor make all these man so fat?


Well they are fat because I did not trim enough the excess plastic before sculpting on them and still Mars miniatures are not known for the best proportions :xd:
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Posted by giorgio on 02 Mar 2016, 10:32

wow! you make me want to buy mars figures!
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Posted by M.P. on 13 Mar 2016, 21:40

Glad you like them :).

I'd like to show you my latest conversions - first a peasant from Lesioki ethnographic group wearing dress inspired by the dress of wybraniecka infantry, second one is a typical petty noble.

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Posted by M.P. on 29 Mar 2016, 21:03

This time polish magnate and polish Tatar:
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Posted by Peter on 29 Mar 2016, 21:18

The angle from the arm with the axe looks a bit odd! Maybe that is because of the picture?

Fine looking figures otherwise! :thumbup:
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Posted by Mr. Cryns on 30 Mar 2016, 13:26

Dear M.P.

My compliments for your latest sculpting work. :yeah:
Lovely to see how you add those specific local historical costumes to your figures.

I googled the Lesioki peoples, but ended up :drool: with a modern 'Schlager' music group.
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Posted by Susofrick on 30 Mar 2016, 14:16

Mr. Cryns wrote:
I googled the Lesioki peoples, but ended up :drool: with a modern 'Schlager' music group.


I did the same. And wish I didn't. They are quite horrible!
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Posted by Benno on 01 Apr 2016, 10:07

Fantastic painting and conversions. :yeah:
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Posted by Bramble15 on 02 Apr 2016, 12:53

I very much like your style and skill. I especially like your results with shading of colors.
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Posted by M.P. on 05 Apr 2016, 20:56

Peter wrote:The angle from the arm with the axe looks a bit odd! Maybe that is because of the picture?

Fine looking figures otherwise! :thumbup:


Thanks :)

No the angle is really odd, but this tatar is a quite old conversion except his bow&quiver. So propably before painting I'll reposition his arm.


Mr. Cryns wrote:Dear M.P.

My compliments for your latest sculpting work. :yeah:
Lovely to see how you add those specific local historical costumes to your figures.

I googled the Lesioki peoples, but ended up :drool: with a modern 'Schlager' music group.


Susofrick wrote:
Mr. Cryns wrote:
I googled the Lesioki peoples, but ended up :drool: with a modern 'Schlager' music group.


I did the same. And wish I didn't. They are quite horrible!



Thank you :)

Sorry for not warning you ;p. Next time I'll do so.

Benno wrote:Fantastic painting and conversions. :yeah:


Bramble15 wrote:I very much like your style and skill. I especially like your results with shading of colors.



Thank you :)
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Posted by Peter on 05 Apr 2016, 21:05

looking forward to the painted figures! ;-)
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Posted by M.P. on 02 May 2016, 19:55

It'll take some time, since I'm planing to paint them in July.
Here're polish Tatars, polish magnate, townsman and Jewish innkeeper

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Posted by M.P. on 14 May 2016, 17:55

This time jewish rabbi:

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Posted by Peter on 14 May 2016, 18:29

:-D He really looks like one! :thumbup:
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Posted by stenfalk on 14 May 2016, 20:56

Interesting and very well done. I might consider such photos 24 hours every day ;-) .
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Posted by M.P. on 23 May 2016, 12:33

Peasants
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Posted by Pieter on 23 May 2016, 12:45

Real characters,..
I like them!

Greetz Pieter
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Posted by Peter on 23 May 2016, 14:18

Nice work on these figures! :thumbup:
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Posted by M.P. on 22 Sep 2016, 01:42

So here they're after some painting:

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Posted by Beano Boy on 22 Sep 2016, 02:30

Fantastic Painting!____________ Great Looking Bases! :thumbup: :thumbup: ___ Coins ? BB
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