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12 juillet 2012

"AFTER THE BATTLE" W.I.P.

With both knights:
 on horse 


........I've started a vignette and would like to show the steps :

First: Base + rock + tree (I don't know if I add some foliage on the tree...maybe yes....)


the place for the knights:


To follow..........

18 commentaires:

  1. Bon debut, j'attends de voir la suite. L'arbre a l'air deja charge donc c'est peut etre pas une bonne idee de lui rajouter des trucs...

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    1. merci! pour le foliage ou non... réponse dans le prochain numéro!

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  2. A great start, really looking forward to seeing it completed.

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    1. generally,it makes me a lot of time to finish something, but I think that I'll quicker !

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    1. faire attendre la suite... qui ne vient pas toujours, c'est ma spécialité!

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  4. Beautiful beginning, Sam. I vote for a "little" foliage on the tree branches. IMO it would help encapsulate the viewer's point of focus onto the soldiers.

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    1. Thanks Jay!
      I understand your point of view (sic!)and you will see the result very soon!

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  5. Great idea to show us the building of the vignette step by step. I'm looking forward for your next steps.
    Regards
    Bruno

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    1. thanks Bruno: I don't show "all" the steps, but just some steps!

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  6. Hello, Sam,

    Nice to see whow you make a diorama, at the beginning! I am following!

    Greetings from Brazil!

    Mauther

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    1. thanks Mauther!
      I'm very happy to see that you are a faithful follower like many other ones and it's very important!
      I follow your work too even if I didn't write a comment at each post!
      (too much posts!)

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  7. I'm so glad you're doing this as a tutorial Pascal. I want to do some vignettes of my own and have no idea how to go about it. This will certainly help me. Thank you!!!

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    1. Thanks Anne!
      it's not really a tutorial because I don't show each step (when I search the piece of wood for the base, the small old piece of broken plaster, the tree, cut them, find the "good" places for each figure, glue the rock and the tree, etc...
      In fact, I'm always doing something for collecting the material (almost exclusively natural)and I've plenty boxes full of all the kinds of wood, rocks, moss, etc etc!

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  8. Great post Pascal, its great to see just how you made this.

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