Panzer I A - 95% DONE!!!!

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    Post  bcauchi on Sat Sep 21, 2013 3:00 pm

    i like what you are doing Noel but i don;t like the setup. I would have the tank off the roadway by the side, maybe on a gentle slope downwards but not slap bang in the middle of the road. But it depends on the effect you want to have. This seems to be a country track or road so i would have the tank off it. When it was hit something would definitely happen and it is hard to believe that it would have stopped dead in its tracks but it would swerve off to one side, any side due to the driver's reaction either as an evasive maneuver, as a surprise jerk or because he was hit and was no longer in control of the tank. Otherwise i like everything else.

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    Post  Noel Petroni on Sun Oct 20, 2013 5:23 pm

    bcauchi wrote:i like what you are doing Noel but i don;t like the setup. I would have the tank off the roadway by the side, maybe on a gentle slope downwards but not slap bang in the middle of the road.  But it depends on the effect you want to have. This seems to be a country track or road so i would have the tank off it. When it was hit something would definitely happen and it is hard to believe that it would have stopped dead in its tracks but it would swerve off to one side, any side due to the driver's reaction either as an evasive maneuver, as a surprise jerk or because he was hit and was no longer in control of the tank.  Otherwise i like everything else.
    Brian....... taqlali it trouble.... kelli immur fuq id drawing board u nerga infassal, indawwar, inhok rasi, indawwar, inkejjel..... u bela te, u nerga nahseb u nerga infassal!!! Gibtni nitkellem wahdi!

    Joking apart.... and my Maltese spelling aside!..... I am placing the tank slightly at an angle. Tanks have been known to stop bang in their tracks..... my Panzer I maybe swerved a bit before the driver died! Don't forget the driver is seated very close to where the impact occurred.

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    Post  bcauchi on Sun Oct 20, 2013 10:18 pm

    I was wondering what happened to this project. Sorry for being a pain in the backside but i really got into this and then you start thinking..... and I couldn't help it. love the female figure. keep going lets see itdone.

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    Post  bcauchi on Sun Oct 20, 2013 10:18 pm

    I was wondering what happened to this project. Sorry for being a pain in the backside but i really got into this and then you start thinking..... and I couldn't help it. love the female figure. keep going lets see itdone.

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    Post  bcauchi on Sun Oct 20, 2013 10:20 pm

    I was wondering what happened to this project. Sorry for being a pain in the backside but i really got into this and then you start thinking..... and I couldn't help it. love the female figure. keep going lets see itdone.

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    Post  Ray on Mon Oct 21, 2013 11:10 am

    bcauchi wrote:I was wondering what happened to this project. Sorry for being a pain in the backside but i really got into this and then you start thinking..... and I couldn't help it.  love  the female figure. keep going lets see itdone.
    Make that x3 please cheers cheers cheers

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    Post  bcauchi on Tue Oct 22, 2013 7:47 pm

    1Sorry for the 3 posts but it was the first time i was using my mobile and that's what happened, mhux biex intella l-posts bhal ma jaghmel Ray LOL!Laughing 

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    Post  Noel Petroni on Wed Oct 23, 2013 5:19 pm

    bcauchi wrote:I was wondering what happened to this project. Sorry for being a pain in the backside but i really got into this and then you start thinking..... and I couldn't help it.  love  the female figure. keep going lets see itdone.
    Brian... you are never a pain! I always read and consider your comments........ your approach is always welcome!

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    Post  bcauchi on Wed Oct 23, 2013 7:08 pm

    Thanks Noel, i love your work so i always follow your projects.

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    Post  Noel Petroni on Mon Nov 18, 2013 8:27 am

    Nearly ready!! I would say 95%!! So..... if you spot something wacky... I can't fix it!!!!!

    Photos are not to my liking but when it's 100% done I'll take better ones











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    Post  bcauchi on Mon Nov 18, 2013 11:34 am

    Looks great prosit Noel.

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    Post  Ray on Mon Nov 18, 2013 12:41 pm

    bcauchi wrote:Looks great prosit Noel.
    Make that x2 please cheers 

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    Post  Noel Petroni on Mon Nov 18, 2013 1:38 pm

    Ray wrote:
    bcauchi wrote:Looks great prosit Noel.
    Make that x2 please cheers 
    Ray! Hw come no comment on my gravity guy!!!! Laughing 

    @Brian... Thanks brian. The photos are not good. I used to have an Olympus before and now I can't get used to my Nikon!!! I prefer the Olympus!!!

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    Post  David on Mon Nov 18, 2013 3:46 pm

    great final product

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    Post  Ray on Mon Nov 18, 2013 3:48 pm

    Noel Petroni wrote:
    Ray wrote:
    bcauchi wrote:Looks great prosit Noel.
    Make that x2 please cheers 
    Ray!  Hw come no comment on my gravity guy!!!! Laughing 

    @Brian... Thanks brian. The photos are not good. I used to have an Olympus before and now I can't get used to my Nikon!!!  I prefer the Olympus!!!
    Noel, since you can't & won't alter anything now, what is the use of me commenting No No No 

    Since you like it, then it is great Twisted Evil cheers 

    There are some VERY THIN BORDERS in modelling, which IMHO are very close for comfort, in fact too close for comfort again IMHO which can make or break a model like weathering for example......just enough & in ALL the right places can "make" a model while a bit too much or a bit in the wrong places can "break" a model pale

    The same can be said when depicting extremities in anatomy, movement or lack of, as in this case, and in all dire circumstances & brutal honesty I think you did quite ok, both in sculpting & painting even though there is a gap beneath his back which I think should have been "resting" before Rigor Mortis set in & also I am finding it a bit difficult to "absorb" the whole scene as it actually is Evil or Very Mad 

    Re Camera comparison......very interesting to hear although I would wish an in depth comparison or insight on another thread somewhere here if you please I love you http://ipmsmalta.forumotion.net/t147-better-photography

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    Post  Noel Petroni on Tue Nov 19, 2013 6:12 am

    Ray wrote:
    Noel Petroni wrote:
    Ray wrote:
    bcauchi wrote:Looks great prosit Noel.
    Make that x2 please cheers 
    Ray!  Hw come no comment on my gravity guy!!!! Laughing 

    @Brian... Thanks brian. The photos are not good. I used to have an Olympus before and now I can't get used to my Nikon!!!  I prefer the Olympus!!!
    Noel, since you can't & won't alter anything now, what is the use of me commenting No No No 

    Since you like it, then it is great Twisted Evil cheers   

    There are some VERY THIN BORDERS in modelling, which IMHO are very close for comfort, in fact too close for comfort again IMHO which can make or break a model like weathering for example......just enough & in ALL the right places can "make" a model while a bit too much or a bit in the wrong places can "break" a model  pale

    The same can be said when depicting extremities in anatomy, movement or lack of, as in this case, and in all dire circumstances & brutal honesty I think you did quite ok, both in sculpting & painting even though there is a gap beneath his back which I think should have been "resting" before Rigor Mortis set in & also I am finding it a bit difficult to "absorb" the whole scene as it actually is Evil or Very Mad 

    Re Camera comparison......very interesting to hear although I would wish an in depth comparison or insight on another thread somewhere here if you please I love you http://ipmsmalta.forumotion.net/t147-better-photography  
    Thanks Ray!

    Just to clear your concern. The photo does not show it clearly BUT the figure is resting on the hatch!!!!
    When open the hatch has two rubber studs that rest on the turret, thus creating a think line of space... that you are actually looking at!!

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