The armourer's shop 1:72 scale

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    Re: The armourer's shop 1:72 scale

    Post  Ray on Wed Feb 23, 2011 10:22 am

    iCocker wrote:Much better, would continue on Ray's point, I would swop the armourer with the old hag, add a table with a couple of chastity belts in different sizes, getting the element centrally and an idea of a shop/seller and keeping the guildmaster continuing his job ...

    Sublime as ever mate......polished the concept to perfection with DIFFERENT sizes of chastity belts IMHO cheers

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    Re: The armourer's shop 1:72 scale

    Post  bcauchi on Wed Feb 23, 2011 4:37 pm

    You do need the table with belts on it otherwise no one can really tell what is going on unless they see the title.

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    Re: The armourer's shop 1:72 scale

    Post  RayCaruana on Wed Feb 23, 2011 10:14 pm

    iCocker wrote:Much better, would continue on Ray's point, I would swop the armourer with the old hag, add a table with a couple of chastity belts in different sizes, getting the element centrally and an idea of a shop/seller and keeping the guildmaster continuing his job ...

    Thank you for your feedback.

    You mean something like this? But with the chastity belts instead of mail shirt on the table obviously.


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    Re: The armourer's shop 1:72 scale

    Post  Ray on Thu Feb 24, 2011 12:27 am

    That's it Laughing

    Give the old cow the pleasure of negotiating the belt for this beautiful wench I love you

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    Re: The armourer's shop 1:72 scale

    Post  iCocker on Thu Feb 24, 2011 9:26 am

    RayCaruana wrote:
    iCocker wrote:Much better, would continue on Ray's point, I would swop the armourer with the old hag, add a table with a couple of chastity belts in different sizes, getting the element centrally and an idea of a shop/seller and keeping the guildmaster continuing his job ...

    Thank you for your feedback.

    You mean something like this? But with the chastity belts instead of mail shirt on the table obviously.


    Yep, all eyes are on the hag and table, maybe position it more at an angle so that viewer can see her face more then her back, hence you reveal her expression. Ejja start painting issa ...

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    Re: The armourer's shop 1:72 scale

    Post  RayCaruana on Thu Feb 24, 2011 9:32 am

    iCocker wrote:
    RayCaruana wrote:
    iCocker wrote:Much better, would continue on Ray's point, I would swop the armourer with the old hag, add a table with a couple of chastity belts in different sizes, getting the element centrally and an idea of a shop/seller and keeping the guildmaster continuing his job ...

    Thank you for your feedback.

    You mean something like this? But with the chastity belts instead of mail shirt on the table obviously.


    Yep, all eyes are on the hag and table, maybe position it more at an angle so that viewer can see her face more then her back, hence you reveal her expression. Ejja start painting issa ...

    Ivan if I turn her more I will lose her eye contact with the knight. BTW Thanks Ray and Ivan for your prompt help.

    RayC - The Sunday modeller (bad weather permitting) Sad

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    Re: The armourer's shop 1:72 scale

    Post  Ray on Thu Feb 24, 2011 11:25 am

    Ray C & Brian,weather for Sunday looks VERY MODELLING PROMISING/FRIENDLY lol!

    Ray C, you can always "angle" the old cow a bit so that the viewer can see the squirm of relished evil & jealousy on her ugly face Suspect

    How about placing the old ugly cow beside the wall, at a slight angle obviously as she is "in the shop" and the knight with his poor unfortunate crying wench "entering the shop" at a desired angle as well obviously Twisted Evil


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    Re: The armourer's shop 1:72 scale

    Post  smallia on Thu Feb 24, 2011 4:46 pm

    This is turning out to be very promising Ray. When do we see some paint on it?

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    Re: The armourer's shop 1:72 scale

    Post  RayCaruana on Fri Feb 25, 2011 9:43 am

    smallia wrote: When do we see some paint on it?

    Steve

    Hopefully before the end of the world Sad Sad I bet you would finish this in one sitting and while having breakfast lol!

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    Re: The armourer's shop 1:72 scale

    Post  J.Fenech on Fri Feb 25, 2011 10:53 am

    Very nice setting and it tells the story.

    p.s. - start painting cause some one made a mistake about 2012 and should have meant 2011 Rolling Eyes Twisted Evil

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    Re: The armourer's shop 1:72 scale

    Post  smallia on Sat Feb 26, 2011 11:25 am

    Ray, probably not in one sitting but defiantely while having breakfast SmileSmileSmileSmile

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    Re: The armourer's shop 1:72 scale

    Post  RayCaruana on Sun Mar 06, 2011 10:46 pm

    Someone has any idea on how I can replicate the light reflected by the fire in this photo? And/or the glowing coals in the other photo please?




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    Re: The armourer's shop 1:72 scale

    Post  Ray on Sun Mar 06, 2011 11:38 pm

    If you reflect a bit on the upper pics, I think one can achieve it with the proper colour paint + the appropriate glowing highlights Shocked

    The lower pic seems that there is a light source inside the "coal" but again, I may be mistaken & it is "just magical paint" Sad

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    Re: The armourer's shop 1:72 scale

    Post  RayCaruana on Mon Mar 07, 2011 1:09 am

    Ray wrote:
    The lower pic seems that there is a light source inside the "coal" but again, I may be mistaken & it is "just magical paint" Sad

    The second photo is that of the real thing. I think I need to buy some fantasy paint for this effect scratch

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    Re: The armourer's shop 1:72 scale

    Post  Ray on Mon Mar 07, 2011 1:55 pm

    RayCaruana wrote:
    Ray wrote:
    The lower pic seems that there is a light source inside the "coal" but again, I may be mistaken & it is "just magical paint" Sad

    The second photo is that of the real thing. I think I need to buy some fantasy paint for this effect scratch

    I don't really think so ta Evil or Very Mad

    A bright red & a bright yellow is all you need IMHO Twisted Evil

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    Re: The armourer's shop 1:72 scale

    Post  RayCaruana on Mon Mar 07, 2011 3:15 pm

    Ray wrote:
    RayCaruana wrote:
    Ray wrote:
    The lower pic seems that there is a light source inside the "coal" but again, I may be mistaken & it is "just magical paint" Sad

    The second photo is that of the real thing. I think I need to buy some fantasy paint for this effect scratch

    I don't really think so ta Evil or Very Mad

    A bright red & a bright yellow is all you need IMHO Twisted Evil

    Yes you're right coz I found a good source about painting lava hereand all you need are 4 colours.

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    Re: The armourer's shop 1:72 scale

    Post  RayCaruana on Tue Mar 08, 2011 9:56 pm

    Wall and furnace ready. Groundwork preliminary painting ready too. Note the chastity belt, made of wire and green stuff.










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    Re: The armourer's shop 1:72 scale

    Post  Ray on Wed Mar 09, 2011 12:45 am

    Looking good mate Laughing

    I don't know if it's the quality of the pics, maybe you could add a bit more "glow/highlight" to the coal?

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    Re: The armourer's shop 1:72 scale

    Post  Samwel18 on Tue Apr 12, 2011 8:59 am

    very well done relaxxxx Smile

    The fire came out Great Smile

    take car and keep it up...

    Sam =]

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    Re: The armourer's shop 1:72 scale

    Post  smallia on Tue Apr 12, 2011 11:24 am

    Niiiiiiiiice !!!!

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    Re: The armourer's shop 1:72 scale

    Post  RayCaruana on Sat Apr 30, 2011 9:57 pm

    A pictorial update of the dio...

    Tomorrow will start painting the wife Evil or Very Mad



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    Re: The armourer's shop 1:72 scale

    Post  J.Fenech on Sat Apr 30, 2011 10:01 pm

    It is taking life!! surely it will be a nice one!

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    Re: The armourer's shop 1:72 scale

    Post  smallia on Sun May 01, 2011 4:48 am

    My compliments all the way from the USA. This looks really good

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    Re: The armourer's shop 1:72 scale

    Post  RayCaruana on Sun May 01, 2011 9:08 am

    smallia wrote: My compliments all the way from the USA. This looks really good

    Steve


    Thank you steve. I'm glad you like it! Enjoy and best of luck mate cheers

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    Re: The armourer's shop 1:72 scale

    Post  RayCaruana on Sun May 01, 2011 9:08 am

    J.Fenech wrote:It is taking life!! surely it will be a nice one!

    Thanks Joe Wink

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