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Outlander

Verfasst: Fr 25. Aug 2017, 17:52
von Patrick
Einige Bilder von der Figuren-Hauptgruppe des Outlander-Dioramas.
Grandios modelliert von Massimo Costa, der Abguss erfolgte durch Jörg Schilling in toller Qualität.

Einige Reiter wurden bereits von Dirk Risser super bemalt.
Daniela hat Dirks Angebot ihre Figuren für das Diorama zu bemalen natürlich gerne angenommen.

Re: Outlander

Verfasst: Sa 9. Sep 2017, 15:01
von sansovino
:o Hab die Figuren und die Burg schon vor längerer Zeit auf eurer Homepage gesehen. Mal wieder ein 1A-Projekt von euch, von dem man gern noch mehr sehen wollte. Habt ihr schon Aufnahmen von den bemalten Figuren?
Und die Frage sei erlaubt: Haben euch eure Frauen zu dem Projekt überredet? Outlander!
Da müssten sich viele Interessenten für die Reitergruppe finden lassen. Werden die Figuren später auch zu kaufen sein?

Re: Outlander

Verfasst: Sa 9. Sep 2017, 21:26
von Patrick
Die bemalten Figuren und auch die Burg werden auf der 2.Dioramica vorgestellt.
Bis dahin, top secret :)

Übrigens, ja es ist ein Frauenthema.

Und aus diesem Grund baut Daniela das Diorama auch alleine. :lol:

Re: Outlander

Verfasst: Di 17. Okt 2017, 21:41
von Patrick
Wieder neue wunderbare Figuren von Massimo.
Schottische Zivilisten direkt aus der Fernsehserie :D
Insgesamt 14 Persönlichkeiten aus der 1.Staffel

Re: Outlander

Verfasst: Mi 18. Okt 2017, 11:12
von Wolfgang
Dass sind phantastische Figuren, die Massimo fürs Outlander-Diorama kreiert hat!

Re: Outlander

Verfasst: Mi 18. Okt 2017, 20:36
von dirk
Was soll ich sagen, die Figuren und die kleine Szenen gefallen mir sehr gut.

Ich kann Massimo nur loben !

Freue mich schon auf die Bemmalung.

Re: Outlander

Verfasst: Mi 18. Okt 2017, 21:14
von stenfalk
Auch wenn das Thema an sich aus der TV-Romantik-Ecke kommt - es muss ja nicht heißen, dass sich eine Szene wie diese nicht wenigstens so ähnlich irgendwo in den Highlands dennoch abgespielt haben könnte. Ich bin jedenfalls neugierig. Nachdem, was man bisher so sehen konnte, haut Daniela da bestimmt ein Ding raus! :o 8-)

Wirklich liebenswerte Figuren übrigens; Massimo schafft es immer in beachtlicher Weise, 2D-Vorlagen wie Fotos, Gemälde oder eben auch Filme, in wirklich ausdrucksstarke 3D-Miniaturen zu übertragen. Chapeau!

Re: Outlander

Verfasst: Do 19. Okt 2017, 06:53
von Egbert
Ich kann den Anderen nur beipflichten...absolut toll modellierte Figuren von Massimo.
Die weiteren Fortschritte und das fertige Gesamtergebnis werden von mir bereits mit Spannung erwartet!

Re: Outlander

Verfasst: Do 19. Okt 2017, 11:55
von Cryns
Patrick thank you for showing all of these models to us and my compliments for Dani and you for having these figurines produced.

Dear Massimo,
If you read this, I want you to know I admire your lively, dynamic realistic sculpting style very much (or is 'converting' a more accurate term for the way you make these figurines?)
What are these yellow figurines inside of them which you use as dollies? They look like soft plastic.

I did not know this Outlander TV series at all but of course I knew about the project: Dani's castle. Its fascinating to see how Massimo placed two people on one horse: At one duo, the woman is sitting in front of the saddle. Another duo has the second man behind the saddle. I know its already difficult to give a single horsemen the right position on the horseback. You succeeded very well I think. Well done well done.
Proportions are very good too. Even when using plastic dollies (or trimmed figurines) its still very difficult to get the right proportions. Human proportions are the most difficult element of sculpting and sometimes I wonder if using dollies or combining body parts form different existing figurines makes it more easy or only more difficult instead.

Also the sculpting of hair (lots of long hair and beards, very typical, even the horses have lots of hair at neck, tail and socks: great! That all must be influenced by the bad weather up North :) ) and sculpting of the folds in caps, cloaks etc. is very lively.

And finally I have a question about these horses: it looks like all heads are separated and the necks are re-sculpted. Was that to change position of the heads or to create the specific features of a Highlander horse breed?

Re: Outlander

Verfasst: So 4. Feb 2018, 14:25
von daikaigan
Cryns hat geschrieben:
Do 19. Okt 2017, 11:55
Patrick thank you for showing all of these models to us and my compliments for Dani and you for having these figurines produced.

Dear Massimo,
If you read this, I want you to know I admire your lively, dynamic realistic sculpting style very much (or is 'converting' a more accurate term for the way you make these figurines?)
What are these yellow figurines inside of them which you use as dollies? They look like soft plastic.

I did not know this Outlander TV series at all but of course I knew about the project: Dani's castle. Its fascinating to see how Massimo placed two people on one horse: At one duo, the woman is sitting in front of the saddle. Another duo has the second man behind the saddle. I know its already difficult to give a single horsemen the right position on the horseback. You succeeded very well I think. Well done well done.
Proportions are very good too. Even when using plastic dollies (or trimmed figurines) its still very difficult to get the right proportions. Human proportions are the most difficult element of sculpting and sometimes I wonder if using dollies or combining body parts form different existing figurines makes it more easy or only more difficult instead.

Also the sculpting of hair (lots of long hair and beards, very typical, even the horses have lots of hair at neck, tail and socks: great! That all must be influenced by the bad weather up North :) ) and sculpting of the folds in caps, cloaks etc. is very lively.

And finally I have a question about these horses: it looks like all heads are separated and the necks are re-sculpted. Was that to change position of the heads or to create the specific features of a Highlander horse breed?
Dear Cryns

Sorry if I answer you only now.
I did not come to publish anything until a while ago.
I create mannequins with parts of commercial figures, changing basic positions or creating what I want. this to be able to comply with a standard measure.
the horses are mostly changed heads and repositioned,
and then sculpt necks, manes and saddles with equipment
Ciao
Massimo