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Speira "Citizens of the Revoluton"

Posted by sberry on 29 Mar 2019, 08:24

Great progress in this project! The first drafts look in fact very uniform, but now the variation in the figures makes them very life-like and convincing.
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Posted by Susofrick on 29 Mar 2019, 08:57

Much much better!
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Posted by Traveller1865 on 29 Mar 2019, 09:03

Graeme wrote:Very nice variations on very nice figures.

I like Remko's suggestion too; I would be tempted to convert one of these and give her a broom, turned right way up and used as a broom rather than a weapon. That would be a very nice accessory figure. Actually a broom might be a more appropriate weapon for a Paris mob than a scythe.


There will be more weapon choices, The scythe is perhaps better for peasant uprisings during earlier decades or centuries, so I thought it might work for that, and I've always associated the scythe with these type of popular uprisings. The broom variation is a good idea.
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Posted by Traveller1865 on 29 Mar 2019, 09:06

sberry wrote:Great progress in this project! The first drafts look in fact very uniform, but now the variation in the figures makes them very life-like and convincing.


Thank you, facial features are not really seen in resin 3d printed 1/72 figures, but shapes of face and body as well as different heights do add some variety.
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Posted by Traveller1865 on 29 Mar 2019, 20:53

Graeme wrote:Very nice variations on very nice figures.

I like Remko's suggestion too; I would be tempted to convert one of these and give her a broom, turned right way up and used as a broom rather than a weapon. That would be a very nice accessory figure. Actually a broom might be a more appropriate weapon for a Paris mob than a scythe.


Maybe somethig like this..

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Posted by Gowan on 03 Apr 2019, 21:37

Awesome stuff! Loving them so far. Might have to get me a few one day.
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Posted by Susofrick on 04 Apr 2019, 10:26

And a broom is very appropriate right now with Easter coming!
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Posted by Mummy on 13 Apr 2019, 20:27

hello can you make one figure having nobelwomens head on a spike . Image Image
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Posted by Bluefalchion on 13 Apr 2019, 20:43

Head on a pike is a bit on the gruesome side. You might have to wait for the Linear-A version of the Citizen Uprising to get that.
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Posted by Mummy on 13 Apr 2019, 21:09

Image but women had pistols in their hand and swords do
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Posted by Traveller1865 on 13 Apr 2019, 21:28

Hello Mummy, it probably won't be in our assortment but if you really want it you can make a special order when they are released. Swords and pistols are great ideas for arms for the revolutionaries.

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Posted by Traveller1865 on 14 Apr 2019, 09:18

We're working on some more variations in headgear and clothing, hopefully we will also see more poses with the ladies.

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Posted by Mummy on 14 Apr 2019, 20:07

please arm those marching women with pistols knives etc . and all women werent tall and slim they where large girls to
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Posted by Traveller1865 on 14 Apr 2019, 20:16

Mummy wrote:please arm those marching women with pistols knives etc . and all women werent tall and slim they where large girls to


We will add more weapons, and we have larger versions too.

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Posted by Mummy on 14 Apr 2019, 21:22

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Posted by Michael Robert on 14 Apr 2019, 22:13

He he, fantasies go wild. Probably most of these ladies just looked like an angry lady. Let’s imagine our wives when we return home after a late nite out boozin’

I start wondering how this technique works. Do you use photographs or real 3D scans as master?
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Posted by Traveller1865 on 15 Apr 2019, 07:16

Michael Robert wrote:He he, fantasies go wild. Probably most of these ladies just looked like an angry lady. Let’s imagine our wives when we return home after a late nite out boozin’

I start wondering how this technique works. Do you use photographs or real 3D scans as master?
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No 3D scans, just modelled after general looks of how women dressed in that time.
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