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This is a 1/16th sculpt I've been working on for a long time. Used some extra time off to finish it. The figure is a Marine stationed on "the fighting top" around the 1779 time frame. My painting and photography skills are some what lacking any advice would be welcomed.

 

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Did I understand you in that this a figure YOU sculpted from scratch?  VERY impressive, if so! Regardless,  I like the slightly slumped stance...it looks natural for someone reaching behind themselves for something while have to balance on object in the other hand. As for the painting, I have almost no experience with figures, and would be proud of the result you've gotten. And as to the photography, the only suggestion I'd make is the same problem I usually have to conquer....more light, and from multiple directions and levels to illuminate all aspects better. Great modeling and thanks for sharing!

 

Gil :smiley16:

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2 hours ago, ghodges said:

Did I understand you in that this a figure YOU sculpted from scratch?  VERY impressive, if so! Regardless,  I like the slightly slumped stance...it looks natural for someone reaching behind themselves for something while have to balance on object in the other hand. As for the painting, I have almost no experience with figures, and would be proud of the result you've gotten. And as to the photography, the only suggestion I'd make is the same problem I usually have to conquer....more light, and from multiple directions and levels to illuminate all aspects better. Great modeling and thanks for sharing!

 

Gil :smiley16:

Thanks for the advice. It's done with old spue and other scraps of plastic

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