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  1. Gandalf the Grey. 3 inches.

    Hello friends!

    Iīm glad to show you my most recent sculpture. This is Gandalf the Grey, a new release from Knight models.

    Itīs been a great pleasure to sculpt such a famous character from The Lord of the Rings, this time Iīve used sculpey firm for all the drappery and milliput for the portrait. That allows to see the whole shape before start detailing so itīs easier to find and correct any mistake.

    Itīs 70mm tall (about 3 inches).

    I hope you like it.













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  3. #2
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    Absolutely amazing! You did a great job - the portrait, the details in the robe - everything! Can we see him painted?

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  4. Quote Originally Posted by Evilivo View Post
    Absolutely amazing! You did a great job - the portrait, the details in the robe - everything! Can we see him painted?
    Thank you Evilivo.

    You can see it painted at Knight models Website.

    http://www.knightmodels.com/

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    Underrated, your threads should have much more views and comments!, I'd love to see your progress shots.

    Great work on your blog too.

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    what a great sculpt. i worked on the lotr chess set and frankly your sculpt blows that out of the water! its a very good likness and i like the detailing on the fabric treatment, my only comment if i was being uber fussy is the bottom of the beard is a bit raggady (that might be intentional) but its a great sculpt eather way.

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    Boy, do I suck.

    Amazing work.

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    Amazing, I agree. The stick seems to be a bit thick tho, it looks quite heavy for an old wizard.

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    Completely awesome. I love the detail in the hair, especially the beard. Great work.


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  10. #9
    That robe looks incredible!

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    hi..

    i love all the detail...

    is it easy using miliput? You seem to make all the details with it.

    great sculpt!

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  12. #11
    Spot on there

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  13. #12
    Its very similar to artwok original of movie,i see this in extras movie

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    Did you have to use wire mesh for the clothing? Or is sculpey firm really that hard? And how much does the armature cover? Did you have to use wire for the staff?

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  15. #14
    Looks Amazing.

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    Wow thats amazing! great job.

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    I like the two-tone effect of sculpey and milliput, even if that is incidental.

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  18. #17
    Exceptional work! Wondering what the red spots are though...

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