Arigato gozaimasu!

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Re: Arigato gozaimasu!

Postby mrinku » 28 Jun 2014, 20:25

Okay! Some more WIP pictures - everyone is modelled unless I change my mind about something.

All your bases etc:

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Previously armless Sohei, with weapons:

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Redone cowl with added prayer beads:

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Tetsubo monk:

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Other naginata guy:

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Archer novices:

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Archer Sohei - quite likely going to be the leader:

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Re: Arigato gozaimasu!

Postby Dr Mathias » 03 Jul 2014, 09:24

Very cool ideas and some neat conversions. The bandits are great!
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Re: Arigato gozaimasu!

Postby mrinku » 03 Jul 2014, 16:52

Thanks Doc! I do need to work on more bandits and peasants.

I'd also say now that I've done 'em that you can probably use pretty much any unbearded head for Sohei with cowls. Go through your parts box for ones with really ugly hair but okay faces if you want to convert your own :) (though it would still be best to roughly round off the skull... Fuzzy Wuzzy heads might be asking a bit much...)
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Re: Arigato gozaimasu!

Postby wmyers » 06 Jul 2014, 12:11

They look really good. I like how you sculpted the cloth folds.

Is that fish or bird gravel on the bases to add texture?
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Re: Arigato gozaimasu!

Postby mrinku » 06 Jul 2014, 16:23

Its the remnants of sand used for basing pavers that I got out from my garden at our previous house about 15 years ago. There's a bit of dirt in with it as a result. I half filled up an ice-cream container with it and have been using as my base dipping ever since.

Unless you're going for a rocky look, I find smaller particles are best.
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