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March 21st, 2006 #1
New Subject ...... P 6 ......... General Castella
As I had promised here to others my jobs
The sculpture and mine
the painting is of friends great painters
Danilo Cartacci and Peter Balloni
I use for my sculptures 2 types of stucco
Magic Sculp and Milliput White man
and many times them use both in one stirs 50% and 50%
The first piece is a 54mm
"Officier - Grenadier Company - 1st Foot Guards"
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March 21st, 2006 #2
Second piece one 54 are milimeter
Sans Coulotte - Rivolution Francais
March 21st, 2006 #3
New Subject ...... P 4 .......... GERONIMO
The third piece is in 54 first milimeter and also my ancient one
GREEK OPLITA "SICELIOTA" of V the SEC. to.C.
Your comments are appreciate
Good vision to all
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March 21st, 2006 #4
Hello Maurizio, Gladd to see your exelent work so far to the planet and lilliput
Hope remember me!!!
March 21st, 2006 #5
Thanks for your comment
I did not know that also you were here
Sure that me memory
March 21st, 2006 #6
*puts super sculpey away and forgets it forever*
MAB, thank you so much for posting these. It truly is a feast for the eyes.. Quick questions ; do you roll your frabrics in strips and then wrap your characters with it ? Were these painted in acrylics or .. ? Good thing you posted the size, I would never have guessed at first glance. Is it customary to put a size red in the pictures or is it viewed as superfluous ? I think the people around here might enjoy it.
Anyway.. wow dude.
March 21st, 2006 #7Originally Posted by egerie
Egerie thanks for your comment
I make excuses myself but I do not understand English very well
therefore I try to answer on what I have seized.
The painting is Acrylic and in some particular also to oil
The thin strips white are rolled with a small rubber tube on paper me aid with of the talc in order not making to attack all.........once in position bath all with alcool in order to make to attack well.
For yours last question I have not understood well you can formulate better excuse me .
March 21st, 2006 #8Registered User
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- Thanked 9 Times in 9 Posts
Muy Buen trabajo.
Me encanta el pose del primer y ultimo pic.
Excelente detalle.especialmente considerando la escala.
It's better to be remembered as the sand in the gears and not as the oil.
March 22nd, 2006 #9Registered User
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as always lovly to se your skulps baby you have a godlike seence for detils its awsome keep it up
if i have C&C your work it should be most polite to C&C my work that would make me very happy
March 22nd, 2006 #10
March 22nd, 2006 #11
Thanks Looky - 6thSun and Brandon for your comments
I have a lot appreciates to you.
March 22nd, 2006 #12
Ahaha sorry MAB ! English is not my first language either and the typos don't help... I meant size REFERENCE in the first one. Like a hand or a pencil or even a coin so we get an idea of the sculpture's real size... So I was asking if sometimes in your field of work people use this kind of size reference when they show their work or was it too much information to show.
I'm really suprised using talc would help. Good to know!
March 22nd, 2006 #13
HAAA ....... OK
Generally when I make the photos I forget to put
a reference also why when I send the progress
to the customer we say that already it has in head the dimensions well.