View Single Post
  #1  
Old 01-25-2008, 09:09 AM
Mark Yungblut Mark Yungblut is offline
Den Mother
 
Join Date: Nov 2007
Posts: 1,478
Mark Yungblut has a reputation beyond reputeMark Yungblut has a reputation beyond reputeMark Yungblut has a reputation beyond reputeMark Yungblut has a reputation beyond reputeMark Yungblut has a reputation beyond reputeMark Yungblut has a reputation beyond reputeMark Yungblut has a reputation beyond reputeMark Yungblut has a reputation beyond reputeMark Yungblut has a reputation beyond reputeMark Yungblut has a reputation beyond reputeMark Yungblut has a reputation beyond repute
Default Some Non-Sci Fi work

Hey all,

Here are some other Fantasy and Historical pieces from my portfolio.

First up is a Poste Militaire sculpt of Attila the Hun. It was painted with oils and enamels and the horse was sculpted from scratch. This one has been a multiple gold winner and took a 1st at the IPMS nationals.







Next up is sculpt (a commercial fig) of a Carolingian Scola (Heavy infantry). This is painted with oils and enamels.





Next is a fantasy piece using a re-sculpted figure from Denison in the UK and a scratch sculpted horse titled “Lady Hawk”. She too was a big winner for me… painted as the others.











This is a fantasy piece that is 90% scratch sculpt all save the head which I took of another Denison figure. I call it The Amazon Rider.





The next 5 Historicals are all commercial pieces from Poste Militaire and Verlinden.

Mamluk Soldier


Macbeth


This one is titled Mongol in Russia winter of 1260 CE. The coat is based on a painting in the Osprey Man-At _arms book on Mongols.




This is Poste Militaries’ Mongol Commander


Next is a set of Fantasy Busts.
An Orc




A Troll






Next up is my second biggest winning Fig. It’s an Undead Warrior the scale chain mail I handmade to scale… It’s about 300mm tall.




Next up is my favorite historical sculpt. This is a Polish Winged Hussar. It was a total re-sculpt of a very poorly done kit. The Decoration on the horse is made up of over 150 individual tiny pieces. The Paint is the standard oil and enamel combo and is based on the cover of the Osprey Man-At-Arms Cover. This took a first at the IPMS Nats.










Finally here is a vignette that is titled “Who Goes there” The standing figure was scratch sculpted the crouching one is a modified Denison figure.





Attached Images
File Type: jpg mybt.jpg (61.7 KB, 1 views)
Reply With Quote