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09 juillet 2012

"AFTER THE BATTLE" (Part II) (VALDEMAR)



"AFTER THE BATTLE" (Part II)
When I had done "After the Battle" I didn't think that I shall do a second part!
I had the idea when I was looking for something to paint in my collection of VALDEMAR.
This figure, which is sold with the base, is in fact,"A Knight cleaning his sword", but I've changed the position of the sword in the right hand and "cheated" for the left hand!

I've painted it in the same colours that the Knight on horse (black +  red cross: "After The Battle") because I plan to do a vignette with both knights.

I accept all sort of advices and critics!

Thanks!



Lorsque j'avais fait "After the Battle" je ne pensais pas que je ferai une deuxième partie!
J'ai eu l'idée quand je cherchais quelque chose à peindre dans ma collection de Valdemar.
Cette figurine, qui est vendue avec la base, est en fait, est «Un chevalier nettoyant son épée", mais j'ai changé la position de l'épée dans la main droite et "triché" pour la main gauche!
Je l'ai peinte dans les mêmes couleurs que le chevalier à cheval (noir + croix rouge) parce que je prévois de faire une vignette avec les deux chevaliers.

J'accepte toutes sortes de conseils et de critiques!

Merci!
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.... and another "big Challenge" with a give-away !
Anne, also called "The Lovely Irish Woman", (Anne's Attic),  who begin to paint figures with talent, takes part in a great battle against Ray (Don't through at one)!
 just have a look at Anne's post for the rules and the gift!
Good Luck!

19 commentaires:

  1. J'aime beaucoup...mais j'avoue qu'il me fait un peu de peine ce brave homme, il a l'air tellement fatigué et malheureux!

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    1. fatigué c'est sûr! malheureux? je ne sais pas... plutôt amer ou quelque chose comme ça...
      et merci!

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  2. Thank you so much for the mention and the compliment. We'll see what Ray has to say!!

    I like this figure. There is a pensive look to this figure that I like. The way you've placed him on the rocks enhances that. Looking forward to seeing the vignette with both figures.

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    1. I've made a compliment???????? where???????

      thanks for your nice comment.
      The vignette is on the way!

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  3. Another tremendous vignette Sam, did you consider a bit of gore on the sword or would that be too much?

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    1. Thanks!
      a bit of gore? you mean blood? I was thinking about that... maybe I'll do!

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  4. It's nice, can't wait to see them together.

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    1. thanks!
      the vignette is ready on the composition and the basing, maybe I'll post a W.I.P.

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  5. poor guy seems tired from the battle. Good job, Samwise!

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    1. thanks!
      (it's not a "movie relative" figure!)

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  6. This victor is one "plumb-tuckered-out" soldier: weary and zoned-out. A little rip in his outer garment, a little nick in his shield, and a little dust on boots and leggings might work to get the effect you are looking for. That being suggested, I think of these things to do myself, but for some lazy reason I usually don't end up bringing the mini to that state of completion. Great work, Sam!!

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    1. you're right Jay! I think I'll add some blood on the sword and dust on the knight and the shield!
      (you're doing something different and so good! we can't work at all the aspects of the hobby, except if we paint 24 hours per day!)
      Thanks!

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  7. Very nice Pascal..he really does look worn out.
    Cheers
    paul

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    1. Thanks Paul!
      I'm always touched by your nice comments...

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  8. Great. I like the figure, the scene and the painting!
    Regards
    Bruno

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  9. that is some very nice work there. he looks reallt worn out

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    1. Thanks Gowan!
      it's so different than your work... but only different!

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  10. Looks good Pascal! He need some blood on him indeed! Otherwise it looks like he's been cheating! ;-)

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

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