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23 mai 2012

Woodman! (VALDEMAR)

a small vignette I did for a duel against Gunnar (Susofrick) on Benno's forum
The rule was: "Single Valdemar peaceful figure"
I like Gunnar's work! the light is perfect one the head and the hands!
I'm sure that he will show it soon in his blog Gataskog (link ) !


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19 commentaires:

  1. Another wonderful piece of work; I really love the movement in this piece.

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    1. Thanks! a "basic" and old Valdemar's figure, but it works!

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  2. Great work Sam!!!! What's the base made from?

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  3. Thanks Ray!
    the base is very simple in fact!
    I've made a mix of many things (sand, little pieces of wood, moss, dry parsley, etc... all what I found on the desk after working on a vignette or a dio!) and some pieces of wood!
    All is glued on a dress button (I've a lot that I've found in my parents house!)

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  4. A great fig and awesome base!

    P. S. Thanks for joining my blog.

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  5. This was a very well-deseved win! I didn't plan to show my entry because I wasn't very satisfied with him, but you've got me to take another look at the pics and now he is up! :-D This was a very fun duel so huge thanks for your wonderful woodman!

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    1. I've given you a reply at your blog!
      but another "Many Thanks to you" is not too much!

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  6. I´m still amazed with the standard of both entries and it was a good idea. Congrats on the win.
    Cheers
    paul

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  7. J'aime beaucoup! La position, le décor, tout y est...une fois de plus! Très beau travail.

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    1. Merci Phil... je rougis... (ça se voit pas, mais n'empêche!)

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  8. The way you paint better and better. Bravo Sam!

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  9. Excellent work! The scene depicts wood chopping, chips, and chopped wood beautifully.

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  10. Really well done! Base is excellent!

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  11. Great work. love the non combat aspect too.

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    1. Hey Rich! you don't recognize the fig????
      it's one you send me some months ago for a swap!!

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  12. I love it. a combatant figure that has been turned into a nice peacful one. great job

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  13. I didn't give a reply at all of you...
    but many thanks!

    I don't know how you do, and if you come back on the blogs after you let a comment or subscribe by e-mail ...
    so I'm searching a way "comments-on-the-comments" which could be read by the authors....

    If you have ideas (or solutions!!!!)..........

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  14. Very nice sculpt and a great bit of brushwork by you. What you did with the base is very creative. I'd read that using natural items was a good idea, but I hadn't seen it done. I have herbs and pebbles a plenty and will one day try it.

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  15. Congrats with the win Pascal! It was a very good entry, and I really liked it. Your brushwork gets better!

    Greetings
    Peter
    http://peterscave.blogspot.com/

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