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I dont ussually make a Project log when im sculpting or painting my tyranids
or other projects but this time everything is quite diferent.
I have acepted, last year, my most challenging commission work so far,
a very old and hard to get Armourcast Eldar Phantom Titan,
one of the biggest fellas i have ever seen (about 36cm tall) and my job
is to cover him by sculpting details on it since he is
a bit lacking on that area.
One of the main problems is that he is so huge im going
to spend GS like crazy on this, also the resin is full of
big bubbles holes so the cleaning alone will take lots of time.
but im quite exited with this crazy project, it will be a slow project
due to its gigantic dimensions and hard one to pull off right
but i will have lots of fun doing it.
time for pics...
By the end of january of 2007 i received this
opened it and displayed on the floor ( note that the grey dot near
his head is a genestealer miniature and he is there for scale prespective)
and finnaly a sketch i did for one of the shoulder pads
I also been sculpting this for some time and finnished both
shoulder pads and torso.
Here we go, just took some wip pictures of torso and shoulder pads, as far as im concerned torso and shoulders are finished but still im waiting for clients feedback, crossing fingers hoping he likes this.
Torso right shoulder
Torso left shoulder
a couple more torso pics
Wip pics of titan fully assembled (note that im starting to change overall positioning of mini, probably will bend front right leg to make it less stactic mini)
concept wise i opted not to put lots of hearts and instead one big one on shoulder pad also armour ornaments bends a bit with spicky vines idea ( even if diferent from the real deal on shoulder pad)
still a long road ahead^^
I'm a bit at a loss for words, you have made that all fit in together so well! And the detail!
Your sculpting is fantastic as well. Well done on a very well done model. And its not even painted yet. Just make sure you get photos up when its painted.
But I call to God, and the LORD saves me.
Words cannot describe properly how Awed I am by this piece... I can only say this, I sure hope you remembered to wash the resin bits before you added all that wonderful Green Stuff...
You are weird and wrong.
I have a criticism for the piece though.
Your green stuff work is to such a high standard.. that it makes the BASE 'professionally sculpted' parts look rubbish.
So.. well done for making forgeworld look crap. Never thought I'd say that.
LO RulesOriginally Posted by AnonymousOriginally Posted by Cyric
Please paint this work of art, even the most uptight, pompous Eldar would be amazed by this work by mon-keigh hands. In other words, a good paint job to match the sculpting would impress even the meanest Golden Demon judge. :yes: A winner is you!
"Fight for justice, not revenge."
FoW Gepanzerte Panzergrenadiers who took a wrong turn at Tunisia and magically appeared in Normandy as Panzer Lehr: Wins: 11 Losses: 8
Then that client should be shot. :shifty:
But anyway amazing job, you could teach some of GW a way in detail.
Boris for PM! Go Bojo