Civil War Miniatures and Memorabilia...
Collector of 19th century ad notes...
19th century postcards
Fantastic modeling with just the right amount of your signature 'light' placed in the just right spots, Cap'n.
Thank you Jay
Excellent! It reminds me of the Les Misérables set in a way.
Impressive as always, Richard. That shot of the darkened alleyway makes me feel like I'm there and constantly looking over my shoulder to see if someone is following to waylay me.
Thank you Dean, I'm trying to find some miniature rats to overrun the street, but not having any luck
Splendid, once again...I love your beautiful, inspired and detailed work!
Thank you very much Phil
In some of those shots, I had to keep reminding myself that it was a model - outstanding work Captain!
Thank you Michael
AMAZING ! One question: How did you do the stones? Painted? IMPRESSIVE!
Lord Gordon...the brick is actually paper off the computer. If you go to images of ancient brick on your computer you will see thousands of different choices of brick walls to choose from. I picked one that looks very busy and dimensional. The actual size of the paper brick is 3 inches by 3 inches so you see it takes alot of cutting and pasting. In some places I added a second layer on to the first and feathered in with spackling compound to give the look more depth.
Thats a good idea...i will look about it.Thank you very much, Captain !
That is looking stunning.
Thank you Adam
Genial. De un realismo increíble.
Thank you Isabel
Good morning, Captain. I did not want to make the first comment, and now, already be too late. Great job once again. In addition, the camera, the multi-image angle seems like bein 'on the street, only meet some another travellers missing ...
This is looking grrrrreat.Thank you for posting the tutorial.Tony
very nice work!!! Congratulations.