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54 mm. Russian heavy spearman. XIII cen. by Rugard

Posted by Eugenij on 02 May 2018, 19:58

Hallo, my dear friends!
I would show my work in 54 mm scale. It's new scale for me. And I'll be very glad to read your opinion. :-)
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Posted by Bluefalchion on 02 May 2018, 20:05

Eugenij--

My response to your request for opinion:

This is brilliant. Top class, professional, and first prize winning work.
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Posted by Ben90 on 02 May 2018, 20:44

I second that!
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Posted by MABO on 03 May 2018, 05:48

Me too
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Posted by Kekso on 03 May 2018, 07:35

Excellent paint work and that shield is :shock: :shock: :shock:
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Posted by Beano Boy on 03 May 2018, 09:26

Quite Splendid! Yes indeed, and very good to see it posted here Eugenij. :thumbup: BB
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Posted by Konrad on 03 May 2018, 16:22

Fantastic!
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Posted by Wiking on 03 May 2018, 16:53

Made by a hand of a master.
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Posted by Eugenij on 04 May 2018, 12:36

Thank you, friends! It's large pleasure for me that it's interesting for you. I fope i'll post some new 1/35 and 54mm figures. :-)
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Posted by Bluefalchion on 04 May 2018, 13:19

Please do. But also, tell us how you managed to paint that shield!
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Posted by tomikd on 11 May 2018, 18:50

Great painting job.
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Posted by Peter on 24 May 2018, 21:34

:drool: :drool: :drool: :drool: :drool:

So far my painting carreer, next up, a sudoku! :xd:
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Posted by Graeme on 25 May 2018, 02:47

What incredible painting! Every link of the mail looks 100% authentic. the way the light reflects off the leather and the weathering on the wooden shield back are excellent and that shield design is amazing.

I fully agree with Peter but I'm better with crosswords. :xd:
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Posted by Bluefalchion on 25 May 2018, 04:29

Maybe I will give up painting (in despair) and take up greenhouse gardening.
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Posted by FredG on 25 May 2018, 12:21

Bluefalchion wrote:Maybe I will give up painting (in despair) and take up greenhouse gardening.


And what makes you think that that is easier? :mrgreen:
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Posted by Bluefalchion on 25 May 2018, 19:32

FredG wrote:
And what makes you think that that is easier? :mrgreen:


Perhaps because the heat and the soil and the water do most of the work...
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Posted by Eugenij on 01 Jun 2018, 08:02

@Bluefalchion, a try to make guide with photos, when I'll paint similar shield.
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Posted by Eugenij on 01 Jun 2018, 08:29

About shield... My English isn't well, but I'll try.. I paint the shield in dark red. And draw leo with dark yellow (I used Vallejo Gold Brown). I filled all area of leo with gold brown. After, I depicted all details by thin dark brown lines. As a result we have flat picture. And it's need to make highlights on every small detail. For highlighting I used Vallejo gold yellow, buff and ice yellow. For highlighting on the red vermillion and salmon rose.
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Posted by Mr. Andrea on 01 Jun 2018, 14:27

Whatever it's been said above, I agree with it! A masterpiece!
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