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10 septembre 2012

Figures for Michele finished! (quick shots)- VALDEMAR

This morning, Photobucket works!(see here )
I know that some of you are using other tools, but I'm accustomed with PB and I like the possibilities that I have with it.
For those who don't know the history of this humble work, you can see it here: W.I.P. Figures for Michele Part I and Part II and you can also visit the blog of my friend Michele: "Michigentile's Micro World"
Well,  stop with the discourse, here  are some quick shots I've done in the evening when the light was good enough!

Ce matin, Photobucket marche! (Voir ici )
Je sais que certains d'entre vous utilisent d'autres outils, mais je suis habitué avec PB et j'aime les possibilités que j'ai avec lui.
Pour ceux qui ne connaissent pas l'histoire de cet humble travail, vous pouvez la voir ici: WIP
Figures for Michele Part I et Part II et vous pouvez également visiter le blog de mon ami Michele: "Michigentile's Micro World"
Eh bien, arrêtons avec le discours, voici quelques clichés rapides que j'ai fait le soir, quand la lumière était encore assez bonne!












I hope that Michele will be satisfied and that I could send them in good conditions (and quickly: he's waiting for them for finish his superb Diorama!)
As soon as I can (and I'll try to be fast) , I'll do some pictures, maybe in little sceneries.

24 commentaires:

  1. You found the wheels for the cart!!!!
    It all looks very good Pascal...Michele will be pleased
    Salut
    Paul

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    1. The wheels? witch wheels?

      Thanks Paul! I hope that Michele will be satisfied: I've done my best!

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  2. W O W ! ! ! ! ! ! Wt can i say? Thanks to Pascal you've doin a superb work and i can't wait to see these lovely figures on my desk. Ciao

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    1. What can you say? nothing !
      you can't wait? I understand but you know that I'm not a fast man!
      (I'll do my best, like always!)

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  3. Impressive painting. Your work gets better and better!
    Regards
    Bruno

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    1. Thanks Bruno....
      I hope that I improve, and some "challenges" like this one is a good way for that.

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  4. J'aime beaucoup! Ces scènes de la vie quotidienne sont de très bonnes idées!

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    1. Merci Phil!
      mais tout le mérite revient à Michele: c'est un plaisir d'apporter ma petite pierre à son fabuleux édifice!

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    1. Thanks Ray!
      from you it's a big compliment!

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  6. once again great work,those will fit into that diorama very well!

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  7. Yes, Sam, very very nice painting! If had had two sets of figures, you could have painted up a set for yourself. They are lovely.

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    1. It's not useful: I think that they will have a good life in their new home!
      (and they are from different sets, so it's always possible to have them if I have an own project.)

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  8. Lovely job Sam a great selection of miniatures.

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    1. Thanks Michael!
      the selection was done with Michele

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  9. nice ones, Samwise. When you paint some historical figures, do you do a research on which colours were worn and used in that period of time? I know there were some periods in history when certain colours weren't used at all. For example, Elizabethan England didn't use much blue colour (or none at all) in clothing.

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    1. thanks my friend!
      when I paint Middle Ages figures like civilians I don't really search an "historical accuracy", I've used the colours used by Michele for the soldiers, but that's all!
      for knights it's more necessary: I can't paint a Teutonic knight in green with a blue cross !
      I don't think that civilians were very colourful except the comedians or musicians!
      And I could make some researches for the colours, it's a good idea!

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    2. yep, the villagers and civilians didn't have money to dye their clothes, since dyes and colours were extremely expensive, so they made their clothes mostly out of plain white cloth.
      But when it comes to knights and royalty, they did have a certain set of colours which they used in certain periods of history.

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  10. These are some charming sculpts Pascal and you've done a fine job of painting them up. I like that oxen the best. The beasties are some of the best figures don't you think.

    These will look great in your friends diorama!

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    1. Thanks Anne!
      the cow (it's a cow, Anne!) is very fine, a good figure!
      The beasties are nice figures, that's right but not the easier ones to paint!

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