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15mm medieval style sculpts.

Postby nice-vans » Sun Dec 10, 2017 2:06 am

A couple of evenings work after rewatching game of thrones.

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One finished, The other has his arms on a stick at the moment ready to be put in place.
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Re: 15mm medieval style sculpts.

Postby Bronshtein » Thu Jan 04, 2018 2:43 pm

I missed the 10 December post - sorry - really nice.

I think there are a few too many periods going on for my taste in the youtube one - although I realise this is not meant as an exact historical figure.
Could well do as an early medieval 'transitional' Welsh upper class warrior on foot. Big round shield a problem for me as a later medieval footman. (sword is a bit unusual as well) No doubt it would find a big demand in the 'fantasy' market.

(What happened to the second figure in the 10 Dec post? - was looking very good.)
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Re: 15mm medieval style sculpts.

Postby nicforgothispassword » Thu Jan 04, 2018 3:07 pm

Bronshtein wrote:I missed the 10 December post - sorry - really nice.

I think there are a few too many periods going on for my taste in the youtube one - although I realise this is not meant as an exact historical figure.
Could well do as an early medieval 'transitional' Welsh upper class warrior on foot. Big round shield a problem for me as a later medieval footman. (sword is a bit unusual as well) No doubt it would find a big demand in the 'fantasy' market.

(What happened to the second figure in the 10 Dec post? - was looking very good.)


I kind of gave up on any attempt at period accuracy on this one and said "screw it, i'm sculpting Boromir."

The second figure was finished and sent for casting alongside the first.

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Re: 15mm medieval style sculpts.

Postby Bronshtein » Thu Jan 04, 2018 4:07 pm

:D He'd make a good Boromir!
Like those - will they be on sale somewhere?
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Re: 15mm medieval style sculpts.

Postby nicforgothispassword » Thu Jan 04, 2018 8:51 pm

I sent them off to alternative armies for casting ,whether they make it through vulcanisation is another question.

I'm thinking if i can sculpt enough ,say 10-15 characters, i could run a small kickstarter to get them produced.
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Re: 15mm medieval style sculpts.

Postby Bronshtein » Sat Jan 06, 2018 10:50 am

Fingers crossed!
Keep sculpting - I'm generally not keen on kickstarters - but these may make me change my mind! :D
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Re: 15mm medieval style sculpts.

Postby nicforgothispassword » Sat Jan 06, 2018 1:33 pm

Bronshtein wrote:Fingers crossed!
Keep sculpting - I'm generally not keen on kickstarters - but these may make me change my mind! :D


I like the idea behind them but sadly I worry that a genuine kikcstarter just asking for a few quid to get a mould made would be lost under CMoN or mantic or some other giant million pound pre order campaign.

I started an orc to try sculpting something a little less human.

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Re: 15mm medieval style sculpts.

Postby nice-vans » Tue Jan 09, 2018 12:27 am

Orc finished.
Not happy with certain parts of him but he was a good practice piece and i like his face.

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Re: 15mm medieval style sculpts.

Postby nice-vans » Wed Jan 10, 2018 10:40 pm

15mm townguard.

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