MARÉCHAL BESSIÈRES’ LAST RECONNAISSANCE PATROL – MAY 1st, 1813

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Re: MARÉCHAL BESSIÈRES’ LAST RECONNAISSANCE PATROL – MAY 1st, 1813

Beitrag von Cryns » Mo 4. Mai 2020, 17:14

Dear Sala,

It must be said again that you are still improving your skills and techniques.
And that is existing for us to see.
That makes me curious about how much further you will develop in the future as one of our first class dioramabuilders.
This new landscaping is remarkably. Very impressive.
Very realistic, lively and lots of variation without excessive items.
And so is the painting of your figurines. Good work.
Salaberry hat geschrieben:
Sa 2. Mai 2020, 20:25
the mushrooms take a long time to make
Do I read this well: you made them yourself? I love them too.

There is something odd with the proportions of the Tartar scouts: some have no shoulders, their arms come out of sides of their rib-chest. Another one has a very long neck and not much of a shoulder again. What went wrong here? I have seen it somewhere else too: is that part of the design of these figurines? Other figs made by Franznap don't display these odd features.

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Re: MARÉCHAL BESSIÈRES’ LAST RECONNAISSANCE PATROL – MAY 1st, 1813

Beitrag von Salaberry » So 10. Mai 2020, 22:01

Thanks for the kind words.
Cryns: the figures are from Franznap indeed, and I left them as they come in the box, save for repositioning one trooper's head.
Any inquiry should be addressed to the sculptor himself. ;)

As for the mushrooms, a little patience and some greenstuff leftover go a long way. :D

Sala

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