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It’s a long time I didn’t realised a project ambitions during long months. For this enchanteress on horse on 54mm bringing spring in a winter environnement, I’ll update regurlarly my website during monthes for all the steps.
Thanks to all the people who ‘ll take time for critics, advices, I am sure I’ll learn a lot with this topic;)
Do not hesitate ask questions!
Ok, so far to say: The base is brilliant - already at this point... really looking forward to more... Thank you a lot for sharing this with us...
You always told us that one of the best places to find basing material like trees and such is to go out to mother nature and pick them up. If I do that, I know that the best pieces have already taken by you :D Those 'trees' are spectecular! Are those olive tree branches?
Thanks for sharing!
Très beau Jeremie. J'aime beaucoup les miniatures
en 54 mm. Les arbres sont déjà cool et la base a une grand atmosphère.
Tu sais...s'il te faut une traduccion pour ta page contacte moi ;).
Crazy Stuff!! Keep on going - i want to see more pics ...
I've already noticed the step by step at your website a few days ago. It's a very interesting project. you're showing here, especially cause you're giving us the opportunity having a detailed look over your shoulder. :D
For the moment you the pictures are self-explaining. When you're starting with the paintjob you hopefully will find a few words about what technique, colours etc. you where using. :wink:
At your Step by Step about the Latorre miniature (30th foot regiment, Crimee, 1854) you are talking about the technique of reducing the pressure of the brush and creating a blending by starting from the tip of the highlight (or shadow). Could you tell more about this technique. Since how long are you working with it now.
To shorten my question: Tell us everything about it :lol:
After weeks far from this project, i have changed totally the composition. The ground is not flat now, the horse is running, and the tree is going in opposite from the horse movement.
Leichtmatrose. About the technique for the latorre crimee, i dont use it any more, i have faster techniques explaned on youtube or in the video part on my website ;)
Sounds very interessting to me. I had a look on the new pictures and i am really wondering where this journey ends. Keep it going.
Already looking great ;)!
Thaks for your so nice words and comments !!!!!
They give me energy to follow this big project ;)
I add new pictures of the step by step ;)
Maskoll to protect the horse, a bigger part of ground…
Jerems, going to sculpt;)
It looks very nice till now. Just the angle of the horsefoot seems a little strange ( rear foot, right side ).
Some nice dynamic you are planing there. Can't wait to see what you make out of it.
Well, have fun and keep us up to date.
Ah ok thats maskoll.....i was a little bit afraid. Possible ist everything but that would be e crazy "primecolour" ^^
Another step ;)
Crazy!....realyy looking forward to the next steps!
oh , some steps forward. It seems to be an "have to" in the way auf beeing a complete painter, starting with sculpting.
great step-by-step again. I still have a question to which the answer may be too obvious for me to see:
Why do you put maskol on the horse? Is it just there so that you can remove sculpted parts from it again if you are not happy with it?
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