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27 mars 2015

WIP : Travelling People, Jugglers and Acrobats (VALDEMAR) PART I

Just some pictures of the finished first figures from the Valdemar set "Travelling People, Jugglers and Acrobats" (for seeing the whole set : link  )
EDIT: sculpted of course by Alex Gussev ..
Resin (yeah !), acrylic paint and washes (Revell and Citadel)

More to come ... I hope !









28 commentaires:

  1. Beautiful brushmanship, Pada' Sam!! They are wonderful!

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  2. Que la fête commence, dansez, chantez et faites tinter les grelots...superbe et très coloré!

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    1. Merci Phil ! les autres arrivent mais pas au grand galop ! j'ai d'autres trucs à finir d'abord ... j'en ai plein la table !

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  3. Love it All ! I really like seeing the end result of Alex`s work ,and Sam you`ve painted them with stylish colours just right for my eyes. Are you still using Humbrol Acrylics? BB

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    1. Thanks Paul !
      Alex did a great sculpting and artistic work on those figures.
      No Humbrol , only REVELL acrylics (because I can find them in my little town !) and some few CITADEL for some bright colours

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  4. Excellent figures, I like the man doing a handstand!!

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    1. Thanks Ray !
      that guy is an acrobat for sure !

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  5. Très coloré. Un magnifique ensemble, j'applaudis à tout rompre (surtout les chaînes bien sûr !)
    Bravo Pascal, j'attends la mise en scène...

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    1. Merci Stéphane !
      j'ai utilisé finalement mes nouvelles couleurs Citadel : parfaites pour ce genre de figs.
      La mise en scène attendra ... le reste de la troupe !
      (entre autres... )

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  6. C'est Merveilleux! I love these figures and the painting is great!

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    1. Merci Alister !
      it's always easier to paint beautiful and well sculpted figures, n'est-ce pas ?

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  7. I love the four guys in funny hats. Your color choices are absolutely perfect. They aren't artificial looking. Mr. Gustav should be proud of the paint job you bestowed.

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    1. Thanks Sir Bacon !
      I like also those funny guys!
      I'm quite pleased with the colours and I hope that Alex will like them. They were waiting since a long time because I didn't want to ruin his marvellous work.... I hope I don't !

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  8. Sam

    Your Travelling People are excellent. And now ladies and gentlemen, your attention to our center ring, the fire eating man and the troop of dancing bears.

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    1. Thanks Jan !
      unfortunately, no fire eating man in this set! but a dancing bear is in !
      the "Ladies and Gentlemen" are missing ... for the moment...

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  9. Very nice paint work my dear friend!

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    1. Thanks Bruno !
      je suis content de te revoir ici !

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  10. Amazing models, and your painting is looking really cool !
    Cheers :D

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  11. Excellent minis with a great paintjob!

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  12. They just look fantastic Pascal! One of your best works, and it seems to me that you're getting better and better!

    Greetings
    Peter

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    1. Thanks Peter !
      I'm quite happy with them ! but it's a so great pleasure to paint Alex's figures !
      and I think that using new colours (from Citadel) deserves the final result.

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