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    this is my first attempt at sculpting a miniature.
    i'm just sticking to coppies at the moment in order to learn a few techniques but i am designing my own miniatures which i hope to start sculpting soon.
    anyway let me know what you think.

    any feedback or chriticism is welcome as long as it's constructive.

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    look a bit like the hero quest dwarf model, only with tons more attitude

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    What SkelettetS said. He's got a ton of personality (and not in the "but at least she's got a great personality" way).
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    thanks guys. as i say all the miniatures i've posted on here are coppies of existing miniatures. this one is a copy of the white dwarf miniature that was released sometime in the 80's which is the one i think they based the heroquest dwarf on.

    take a look at my wazdakka gutsmek and see what you think

    cheers
    j

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    Nice, it looks very small, how tall is it.
    Last edited by cheelfy; 08-02-2010 at 12:57 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by james ewing View Post
    thanks guys. as i say all the miniatures i've posted on here are coppies of existing miniatures. this one is a copy of the white dwarf miniature that was released sometime in the 80's which is the one i think they based the heroquest dwarf on.

    take a look at my wazdakka gutsmek and see what you think

    cheers
    j
    Yeah, saw him. Very nice use of plasticard. I'd love to see him painted, but it looks like you're going to sell him instead?
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    That's a nice classic looking Dwarf James, good stuff. Only thing that jumps out at me is the spot on his nose. it has too much of an undercut & looks more like a rivet. Needs to be smoothed in like a proper boil/pimple or just removing entirely - easy enough to model in if a painter wants to add it later

    Cheers, B.
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    It looks good mate, I shudder at the thought of doing a 28/30mm scale dwarf........


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    Quote Originally Posted by Prophecy07 View Post
    Yeah, saw him. Very nice use of plasticard. I'd love to see him painted, but it looks like you're going to sell him instead?
    sadly yes i am. i haven't been able to get to the gaming table for so long aqnd i've just become self employed so i'm selling all my orks to fund my business. plus i'd like him to go to someone who's gonna get some use out of him.

    if you wanna see some of my other, none game related, stuff take a look at my site www.theewingworkshop.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by BPI View Post
    That's a nice classic looking Dwarf James, good stuff. Only thing that jumps out at me is the spot on his nose. it has too much of an undercut & looks more like a rivet. Needs to be smoothed in like a proper boil/pimple or just removing entirely - easy enough to model in if a painter wants to add it later

    Cheers, B.
    i can see your point, but when i was sculpting from the original i notticed he had waht looked like a wart on the end of his nose. i thought a wart would look better and give him more of an aged look so i gave it a bit more of an undercut.
    thanks for commenting though

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