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Figures 28mm from Leon.

Posted by Leon on 06 Mar 2016, 13:37

Hello! I recently started working on a new series of 28mm figurines.
This Russian warriors of the 13th century. I hope they will be of interest to you.

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Posted by Peter on 06 Mar 2016, 14:28

Fantastic figures! :thumbup:
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Posted by MABO on 06 Mar 2016, 15:57

Amazing Figures!
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Posted by Kekso on 06 Mar 2016, 17:02

I can only agree with Peter and Jan.
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Posted by T. Dürrschmidt on 06 Mar 2016, 20:37

Wow. A must have for me.
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Posted by Leon on 07 Mar 2016, 16:35

Many thanks to all for your kind words!
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Posted by pipers on 08 Mar 2016, 22:40

Fantastic.........
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Posted by Frankzett on 09 Mar 2016, 12:18

Wow they're great. I like the definition of the armour and specially the variety and the crisp details of the horse gear, it is fantastic! The defined articulations and muscles are a great job too.
It is a special challange to sculp horses and fit riders from scratch, every time I find something with my own sculpted 1:72-horses to add on or scape away ... so :yeah: :yeah: :yeah: for yourhorses and riders!!

The style of the knights and the horses is typical 28mm of course, but -it is my opinion- the cranes of the muscular, sturdy horses looking too slight, there could be more substance with the cheeks, and -o.k. it is my personal taste- a little more character with the muzzle, nostril and chin (like the horse of the hornblower)

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Posted by Leon on 10 Mar 2016, 08:28

Thanks Frank for your attention to my work!
I really appreciate you as a connoisseur of horses. Your comments will be very helpful for me.
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Posted by Leon on 29 Mar 2016, 13:42

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Posted by Shapeshifter878 on 02 Apr 2016, 13:35

Really great work! What material are you using for the sculpts?
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Posted by Leon on 02 Apr 2016, 18:03

Thank you!
I usually use a thermoplastic "Sculpay III ", "Premo", "Fimo".
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Posted by Leon on 19 Apr 2016, 13:47

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Posted by Andreas on 20 Apr 2016, 23:05

Well done , 21 i think the Horses Head seems much too small compared to the mans Head , the Back also seems a bit short , the legs seem to be longer than the Body .
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Posted by Leon on 21 Apr 2016, 19:23

Andreas, many thanks for helpful comments.
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Posted by Andreas on 22 Apr 2016, 03:33

I `m working on a big Horse . it´s almost ready ...it looks fine to me , for a while .
Then i noticed , the Back is too short .
It happens often to me when i`m working fast . With some distance .a second view i see mistakes i made .
I did a lot of Horses in different scales , but still i have to redo any Part of it .
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Posted by Peter on 22 Apr 2016, 18:35

But the painted figures look awesome! :thumbup:
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Posted by miniaturen-painter on 25 Apr 2016, 19:44

Hi Leon,

Wonderfull work :-)
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Posted by Beano Boy on 26 Apr 2016, 02:14

Great Painting. BB
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Posted by Leon on 26 Apr 2016, 11:02

Thank you!
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