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HKHollinstone 17th November 2009 04:55 PM

Model Pheasant...
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I made, yesterday, a model of a pheasant out of Clay/Das and painted it today in Acrylic. I did make a female Pheasant but the painting went wrong so I'll have to re-paint her:frown: It's in scale with Schleich, so I thought it would look nice in a woodland scene.:smile: There's one thing I forgot to do and that's the tuffty bit at the back of his head, so I'll have to do that. He looks funny without it!

aandmkw 17th November 2009 05:24 PM

Good job. I don't think I have enough talent to even attempt something like this. I admire those who do.

philter4 17th November 2009 05:26 PM

Very nice, I like the paint job.

Kikimalou 17th November 2009 06:28 PM

Hat off, very pleased by the paintings :smile:

Tiermann 17th November 2009 07:04 PM

great figure, I did a partridge and some pears for a Christmas display one year, doing your own work can be a lot of fun

drnarayanan 18th November 2009 01:20 AM

very good attempt , congrats !!!:smile:

WILLYBACOBOY 18th November 2009 03:05 AM

Good attempt,specially on the paintwork and colours!
The first thing that took my attention was the looks real!

Lasersword1973 18th November 2009 07:10 AM

It is actually fantastic and your work of art is simply amazing. :cool:

HKHollinstone 18th November 2009 07:16 AM

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Thanks, glad you liked him. I didn't like his wings, thought they looked messy, I need a smaller paint brush. I liked his head, back and tail, but I think I might model another, now that I'm familiar with it I might do a better one.
I was comparing him to the roe buck, I don't know, do you think the pheasant's the right scale? A roe deer in real life is about three foot tall and the common pheasant around 16". So the height is OK, but I wonder if the chunkiness of the pheasant makes him too big?? Here's a picture.

Lasersword1973 18th November 2009 07:19 AM

It is just perfect, I think. :rolleyes:

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