By Bill Horan
Мастер-класс Билла Хорана - прекрасное пособие по созданию реалистичных фигурок солдатиков и батальных сцен для моделистов, скульпторов, 3D-моделеров.
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Davis, 1863. To portray the diminutive nephew of the Confederate President Jefferson Davis, a smaller body was married to a standard 54mm head to create an impression of small stature. 56 (Below) Brigadier General John Buford commanded the Federal cavalry division that first engaged the Confederates at the outset of the Battle of Gettysburg. For obvious reasons, the post and rail fence had to be constructed before the figure could be posed. This miniature is an interesting example of how even a glaring impossibility, like this cut-off fence disappearing into space, can be pulled off without offending the eye of the viewer so long as it is carefully planned.
The right thumb and forefinger were sculpted first, separated by the approximate size of the pipe; once these had dried the pipe was superglued to these two fingers, and the remaining three fingers were added. The rifle used for this figure is a standard Shenandoah Miniatures accessory, with the sling removed and new sling rings added from Duro. (Above) Formed from pressed-out A&B putty, the ends of the blanket are rolled up and attached to the figure. The sculpting of this figure took approximately 12 hours in all, spread out over five evenings.
Maurice. Although Phil is primarily an oil painter he uses matt acrylics for dark blues, in place of the glossy-sheened blues available in oil colours. (Right) Michel Saez designed Metal Modeles' Sioux warrior, painted here by Jean-Pierre Duthilleul, one of several French entries to win gold medals at the July 1993 World Model Soldier Exposition, Washington DC. Duthilleul) 34 CHAPTER 2 CONVERTING & CREATING FIGURES T he term "conversion" within the context of the military miniature hobby has a very broad definition.