Freitag, 1. Januar 2016

A Gandamak-Diorama with 40mm figures

At the Kulmbach figure fair in August Alfred showed me a box of 40mm figures he bought. I was very impressed by the figures, great details, anatomy good etc. etc.

I showed the box to Massimo and asked him if something in 1/72 would be after his taste. Well, he was so impressed by the figures that Alfred nearly had to force him to give the box back:-)

Now Alfred painted the complete set and sent me the photos over. Enjoy them (and hope for 1/72 as I do:-)))




























Kommentare:

  1. Wow, Uwe - this is a fantastic set. i am really deeply impressed. Could you tell me, how you or Massimo did the snow and mud effect on the clothes. It looks so terrifically good. I would be thankful.
    Peter

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    1. Hi Peter,

      as I wrote above, this diorama is not my work but Alfred's. Here his answer to your question:

      Hello Peter, the mud is simple drybrushing with thick acrylic paint, the Snow is baking soda,
      a wonderful stuff for this kind of work as it is very fine and can be glued or simply spread onto fresh paint.
      Cheers Alfred

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  2. That is very impressive. How much do you reckon the 1/72 version will be?

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    1. Hi Conrad,

      in case Massimo would do it as an official order it would be around 25 Euro for one master-figure and around 3-4 Euro for the mould of each figure. The ground is than a "make-yourselve" or let Andy cast it in resin.

      But I am sure to sell it would be not too difficult and so cover a good part of the costs through the profit.

      cheers
      uwe

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