Saturday 28 March 2020

Arapaho Indian 75mm from Pegaso models with Horse

A quick turnaround this time as I did say I have been needing to post several of my works.

So here we have a 75mm Arapaho Indian with his trusty steed, both models being by Pegaso models of Italy.

The rope is out of scale slightly but I feel it works fine.  All painting done by brush with acrylics.

Any comments or questions are most welcome.  Michael

Wednesday 25 March 2020

Geronimo 1/9 Bust

Here again is another painted Bust, this time I am unsure of manufacturer or sculptor as it must be about 20 years old and I bought it from E bay second hand.
I have been meaning to post this bust and a few other pieces of my work for a while now but  have been too busy.  I now have time and will hope to post some more soon.
Again the picture was taken by Paco when I took this piece to Soldat De Plom.

It is obviously an attempt at being Geronimo.

Thanks for looking and any questions are most welcome.


Thursday 21 November 2019

Clint Eastwood as The Good by Art Girona in 70mm Soldat De Plom 2019

Here again is another of my entries into Soldat De Plom 2019.

Its in 70mm by Art Girona and of course is modeled on Clint Eastwood from The Good the Bad and the Ugly film.  Photos by Paco.
Thanks for looking and any comments or questions are welcome.

Saturday 16 November 2019

Hawk Miniatures 75mm Swiss Mercenary 14th Century Soldat De Plom 2019 Alan Ball

As promised here is another of my figures that I entered into Soldat De Plom 2019 in Girona.

Its of a 14th Cent. Swiss Mercenary with his dog sculpted by Alan Ball in 75mm.

The breed of dog that I portrayed is a Sennenhund which was completely unknown to me until I looked for a suitable one to paint.

The sculpt is in resin and required not very much tidying up. Again photos by Paco.

Thanks again for looking and any comments or questions are welcome.  Michael

Tuesday 12 November 2019

Creepytables Cursed 1:9 Bust Painted for Soldat De Plom 2019

Here we have the first of several models I will be posting that I took to Soldat De Plom 2019 in Girona Spain.

I did win a Bronze and a Silver for a couple of the models but I still do not know which ones, as my son and myself went to a Girona football game at the same time as prize giving { nil nil draw and Girona missed a penalty in 93rd minute}.

Anyhow, this is a 3D printed sculpt from Creepytables in 1:9 scale and a very fine piece. Again the photos are taken from official show photos taken by Paco.

Any comments questions etc are more than welcome.
Thanks for looking,  Michael.

Friday 17 May 2019

Eli Wallach as Calvera from The Magnificent Seven Film Bust sculpted by Offo. Moson Show 2019

Again its been a long time since I have posted, but here we go again.  This is a bust sculpted by Offo of Eli Wallach as Calvera from the film  The Magnificent Seven.
Its an absolute fantastic likeness which made the painting of it very easy,
I took this and a couple other of my painted models to The Moson Show in Hungary to enter into the competition and I managed to get a Bronze and a Silver, not too bad I suppose.

There were hundreds of entries and modelers entered from around the World.
While at the Show I managed to meet and speak to several fellow modelers who I had only seen through Youtube,  Blogs etc. 

I have the Magnificent 7 themselves to paint next, again all excellently sculpted by Offo, whom I managed to meet at the Show.

I never actually took any photos of my models, I was too busy talking etc, so I have borrowed these images of the Bust from other peoples report of the Show.

Thanks for looking and any comments or questions are most welcome.

Sunday 11 November 2018

Art Girona 54mm King Decebalus the Brave of Dacia 87-106 AD

Again this is another of my entries into Soldat De Plom 2018, the pictures also being borrowed from Paco who took the show photos.

I did notice the lower part of the Draco shaft is bent in photo, someone must have touched it after I handed it in to Judge.

This is a very nice sculpt from Art Girona and fitted together really well considering the amount of parts there were to it. I did try for the drab boring colours you would expect for clothing worn by someone in 87-106 AD, even though he was a King.

Thanks again for looking and any comments or questions are welcome.  Michael