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Plains indian

Verfasst: Fr 25. Jan 2019, 10:47
von entrauner
aus meiner teenager/ anfangszeit als figurenbesessener..........

Re: Plains indian

Verfasst: Fr 25. Jan 2019, 23:08
von Wolfgang
Klasse Figur, Erik. So etwas wünscht man sich heute. Sieht fast aus wie ein Spurenleser mit seinem Pony!

Re: Plains indian

Verfasst: So 27. Jan 2019, 17:13
von Cryns
Dear Entrauner.

WHAT are we looking at here?

Of course this looks good. Especially knowing it has been made by a teenager. By realizing that, we immediately think of our own painting- and converting work from our childhood and teenage time in particular.

But WHAT exactly are we looking at here?
Please give us some more information.
What scale is this?
I do not recognize anything except of a quiver filled with arrows that probably comes from the Atlantic Sioux Indians.
Did you sculpt this or is it a conversion?
The painting is good of course. But for a teenager its brilliant if this is 1/72 scale indeed.
What age were you when you made this?

Regards,

Cryns

Re: Plains indian

Verfasst: So 27. Jan 2019, 19:13
von entrauner
thank you mate,
You are right , there are some parts from atlantic, but the rest I'm sorry, I can't remember, I was about 18 or 20 years old. the only thing I do remember ist the horse - its a crossbreed of a preiser horse and airfix zebra. - and of course 1/72

below some aborigines also from these times :)

Re: Plains indian

Verfasst: Fr 1. Feb 2019, 15:21
von Salaberry
entrauner hat geschrieben:
So 27. Jan 2019, 19:13

below some aborigines also from these times :)
WOW!
I had never seen these Australian aborigines before.

Did you make a dio with these two figures ?

The seated one is an Atlantic Egyptian converted, correct ?

Lastly: what is it that the standing figure holds: looks like a spear propeller ?

Nice figures, as always.

Sala

Re: Plains indian

Verfasst: Fr 8. Feb 2019, 00:05
von entrauner
these figurines are quite old as well, atlantic conversions from my teenager times.
but they stayed as single figurines without a diorama. the guy standing was holding two spears, but one is broke......

Re: Plains indian

Verfasst: So 10. Feb 2019, 11:27
von Cryns
Very touching and lovely, Entrauner!
Its very primitive sculpting, those legs of the standing man, but seen in the perspective of a young beginning sculptor, its adoring too.
Your love and fascination for anthropology expressed in 1:72 figurines and additional sculpting ... it is still a great addition to a 'world' that is dominated by militarism.

Re: Plains indian

Verfasst: Mo 11. Feb 2019, 15:51
von Salaberry
Cryns hat geschrieben:
So 10. Feb 2019, 11:27
Very touching and lovely, Entrauner!

Your love and fascination for anthropology expressed in 1:72 figurines and additional sculpting ... it is still a great addition to a 'world' that is dominated by militarism.
I agree with Cryns.
And you've just inspired me to venture outside of Napoleonics.

Awesome!

Sala

Re: Plains indian

Verfasst: Di 12. Feb 2019, 10:40
von entrauner
that's nice of you guys-thank you