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2nd Red Lancers at Saint Dizier (Oniria's 28s)

Posted by ONIRIA on 16 Aug 2019, 11:20

Hi all,

Finally managed to grab some time to finish my vignette with the three sets I released some time back.
Thanks for watching and I hope you like it.
Saludetes

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Posted by Kostis Ornerakis on 16 Aug 2019, 11:54

Wonderful work! :thumbup: :-D
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Posted by Egbert on 16 Aug 2019, 13:05

What a masterpiece... :drool:
absolutely fantastically set in scene and just as perfectly painted! :thumbup: :thumbup:
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Posted by C M Dodson on 16 Aug 2019, 14:51

I understood the pennant wrapped around the pole but whatever.

This is simply inspirational painting and modelling.

Wonderful.

Best wishes,

Chris
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Posted by Bluefalchion on 16 Aug 2019, 15:48

The faces on your figures: out of this world.

The horses: not of this earth.

The whole: from another galaxy.
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Posted by Graeme on 16 Aug 2019, 16:57

The officer has a pattern welded sword blade. :shock: That's astonishing!

Incredible painting, if your hand wasn't in the picture I would swear these were 1:12 figures at least. The sculpting of the figures is pretty darn good too.
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Posted by Bluefalchion on 16 Aug 2019, 17:53

Graeme wrote:The officer has a pattern welded sword blade. :shock: That's astonishing!

Incredible painting, if your hand wasn't in the picture I would swear these were 1:12 figures at least. The sculpting of the figures is pretty darn good too.


I missed that sword blade the first look through. Glad you pointed it out.
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Posted by Kekso on 16 Aug 2019, 19:20

I agree with others. It is wonderful.
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Posted by Beano Boy on 16 Aug 2019, 22:26

first class work in every way. :thumbup: BB
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Posted by ONIRIA on 19 Aug 2019, 11:26

Chees Guys. Thanks for comments.

Graeme wrote:The officer has a pattern welded sword blade. :shock: That's astonishing!


I should say it was a real challenge and time consuming free hand labour, but hey let's be honest: It's just a lucky shot that makes it look like that. :-D
The meal of swords blade has just been polished with metal wool and given a very light filter of blueish oil paint.
Sorry if I let you guys down... :( :xd: :xd: :xd:
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Posted by Bluefalchion on 19 Aug 2019, 15:00

ONIRIA wrote:Chees Guys. Thanks for comments.



I should say it was a real challenge and time consuming free hand labour, but hey let's be honest: It's just a lucky shot that makes it look like that. :-D
The meal of swords blade has just been polished with metal wool and given a very light filter of blueish oil paint.
Sorry if I let you guys down... :( :xd: :xd: :xd:


On the contrary. Achieving an astonishing result using a quick and simple technique? I would say that this concept is nearly the very heart of Bennos Figure Forum.
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Posted by Graeme on 19 Aug 2019, 18:41

No let down at all, I still think it looks terrific and steel wool and an oil glaze is something I could try sometime. If there was a bit of luck involved that's fine, serendipity is my favourite technique. Some of my favourite things have been the result of complete accidents.

The rest of the exquisite detail on show here is the result of consummate skill, I can only admire that.
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