The art of figure sculpting, modeling and painting.
This is a 1/10 bust I painted back in 2005 before my twin daughters started taking up most of my spare time.
I had fun painting this bust but as always the result is never as good as I envisioned it when I started. Still, for every model one builds, some learning is gained.
I painted a figure here to relax a piece from the unknown company Bawidamann. Everything is painted by Andrea Color acrylic, although I'm not a figurineer, but I enjoy it a lot.
Volkssturm, 1/35 scale from masterbox, I might make a diorama with these figures, these are the 1st 1/35 scale figures I have modelled for a long time although I did make a Tamiya Tiger tank with crew and a Dodge ww2 car from Airfix in my younge[...]
One of my first kits I did a couple of years ago. All hand painted. The weathering is paint splattered and chalk. It was also one of my first times painting a figure face in a larger scale.
I painted this model from Cellar Cast back in 1998. It is sculpted by the artist Steve West after a painting from Boris Vallejo. The model is from 1995 and I also have another Vallejo sculpture from Steve West, -the Primeval Princess from 1994 [...]
I am not usually much into painting large figures, but when I ran into a bust of Kelly's Heroes' sergeant Oddball, I had to pick it up. Kelly's Heroes is a movie that I watched at least once a week when I was a very young teenager and this movie[...]
“Long Walk Home” - Polish Lancer, Retreat from Russia, 1812. A 230mm resin figure, from Bonapartes Military Models.
“When the Smoke Had Cleared” - Waterloo, 1815. Three individual 120mm resin figures from Mitch’s Military Models, worked into a Napoleonic vignette.
“To the End” - Russian Grenadiers, St Petersburg Regiment, Borodino, 1812. A 250mm resin piece from Bonapartes Military Models.