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The Old Man and The Sea by IgorSky - FINISHED - BOTTLE - Scale 1/72

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On 5/12/2016 at 1:50 PM, IgorSky said:

But recently I got the kit of the figures in the scale of 1/72 based on "Treasure Island" by R L Stevenson and the another kit with the set of boat's rowers ...

My thoughts began to move toward the crew manning the boat ... So, too, is nothing special ..

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Hi Igor,

 

these 1/72 figurines out of the treasure island theme of Falconet look lovely, a pitty they`re not available in scale 1/48.

 

Nils

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Many thanks for all your feedbacks and LIKEs, friends!

 

On 1/25/2019 at 7:06 PM, popeye the sailor said:

second version?.....how can you improve your first masterpiece?   love the name plate........puts the finishing touch to a lovely model.

Yeah, I made a mistake :(. The amount of sea is too small for this composition, so there is a lot of empty space at the top of the bottle :(

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Hi Igor,

 

Your work is really wonderful. Thank you for sharing it with us. Very inspiring!

 

I hope you don’t mind if i ask: how did you tint the silicone sea? The rubber mixture doesn’t mix well with most colorings. 

 

Also,  I agree with Cog^ - you created a great sense of proportion and drama. Don’t always need to fill up the bottle space with the ship.  

 

Thank you!

 

-Josh

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On 2/3/2019 at 10:27 PM, josh44 said:

Hi Igor,

 

Your work is really wonderful. Thank you for sharing it with us. Very inspiring!

 

I hope you don’t mind if i ask: how did you tint the silicone sea? The rubber mixture doesn’t mix well with most colorings. 

 

Also,  I agree with Cog^ - you created a great sense of proportion and drama. Don’t always need to fill up the bottle space with the ship.  

 

Thank you!

 

-Josh

Many thanks for your feedback, Josh!
I use the pigment for this silicone.

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