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iwik

Guy de Montfort (FeR 75mm)

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Hi y'all!

 

Here it is finished at last!


This was a great figure to paint, helped by great casting and fit! A must-buy!

 

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Hope you like it!
Ciao
Iwik

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Impressive all round, but especially your rendition of the face and of the red tones. :worthy:  :clap:  :clap: 

 

Ciao

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Always a GREAT Pleasure to see your outstanding work,this one is first class with painting and it's mount.Cheers.P.S the photography is so clear and sharp,can I ask what set up you use?

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That man's ready for a fight and no mistake.

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On 9/3/2019 at 11:49 PM, Jim Wasley said:

.P.S the photography is so clear and sharp,can I ask what set up you use?

Hi Jim!

Nothing particular.

2 spots on the right side, one high, one lower. Just a reflexion screen (homemade...) on the left.

Eos 550D, priority on aperture (F25), under exposed when on a black background, slightly overexposed on a white one. 100 ISO. 2sec delay on a tripod. Reworked with Picasa.

Ciao

IWik

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You can see that this man is about to fight for his life and the anger that he must summon upon to survive is captured at this moment in time. For me you have truly got it across in your painting. Great work my friend 

Joel 

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Absolutely superb!  I really like the red coat, really struggling to get my red uniforms to look natural, so will be looking at this work for reference for a long time.  Really great, thanks for sharing.

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