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Revolutionary French 1:100

Posted by Peter on 31 Mar 2021, 20:12

Lovely figure! :thumbup:
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Posted by MABO on 31 Mar 2021, 22:11

Great work. Phantastic figures, again!
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Posted by Graeme on 01 Apr 2021, 01:13

Incredible little figures!
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Posted by Sho on 08 Apr 2021, 20:55

Thanks! :-)
And here I sculpt my new 2nd generation horses.
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Posted by Sho on 17 Feb 2022, 10:55

French Revolutionary Officer
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Test photos to discover mistakes.
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Posted by C M Dodson on 17 Feb 2022, 12:27

Sheer genius on display.

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Posted by Peter on 17 Feb 2022, 16:07

You making mistakes? I don't think so! :-D

Lovely figure! :thumbup:
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Posted by Susofrick on 18 Feb 2022, 10:41

Agree totally with Chris and Peter. I didn't know that ostrichs and horses were so closely related! But apparently! Lovely figures!!!
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Posted by MABO on 20 Feb 2022, 07:23

An officer full of character!
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Posted by k.b. on 08 May 2022, 11:25

Your work is truly remarkable Sho…….. you have certainly come a long way in a very short time. Fabulous work…. . It seems that while my eyesight is failing, yours is getting better and better. I fear the answer can be summed up in a single word …. age!
For you moderators out there could you please explain why on the first 2-3 pages of this thread I am unable to see the photos………..only the word [image]?
but on the last couple I can see the images…..
Ps/ I’m hopeful that the explanation here is not old age……. but whilst it may not be my failing eyesight, it could well be my ignorance in all things technological!
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Posted by Peter on 08 May 2022, 15:48

k.b. wrote:For you moderators out there could you please explain why on the first 2-3 pages of this thread I am unable to see the photos………..only the word [image]?
but on the last couple I can see the images…..
Ps/ I’m hopeful that the explanation here is not old age……. but whilst it may not be my failing eyesight, it could well be my ignorance in all things technological!

Just checked it and used the image code, and it gives an error 404, not found. I could be that Boki removed those pictures from his storageplace. :(

Sorry Keith, it must be your eyes and age of course! :mrgreen: :joker:
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Posted by Sho on 10 May 2022, 12:52

Sorry for that k.b.!
These photos are invisible because at first I followed the suggestions from professional, who programmed my homepage. But as I suspected, this not worked well at all and I reprogrammed my homepage by my own initial way. So these sculpting photos are now just on different addresses, you may see them here..

https://www.boki.ee/5SCULPT/Miniature_Sculpting.htm
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Posted by Hobbyinovator on 06 Aug 2022, 23:14

High quality for scale 1/100. The scale is alot easier for calculating things, which can not be said about basically all the other scales in our hobby.
Sho, where all the horses sculpted from the dolly furthest to the right? How are the legs added to the dolly? Doesn't look like wire with some epoxy on it, more like some separate white metall legs glued together and then covered with green stuff.
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