Sunday, 8 May 2011

Medieval bathers

Another group of sculpts by Alex. These are as usual, wonderfull looking bods, protraying the "figure" of the period but I think can be used for virtually ANY period of history going, especially the 1st 4. 

Oh...and I forgot...the Witches and Fantasy sets will come out, hopefully soon :-D
Hello to  Paul...thanks for following :-D

16 comments:

  1. Almost all periods indeed, specially the 'purely feminine' without 'period costume'!
    Wonder if the 'page' haircut of the man would be difficult to convert to a 18th C. male hairdress / wig? Would make great additions to a 'De Saxe's HQ' vignette...

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  2. Quality casts as usual from Alex.

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  3. In Rob Roy an early 18th century wig man took off his wig briefly in the 'wake up' scene, and sure enough he had real hair underneath. So this could be de Saxe's HQ easily, with a Casanova taking advantage.

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  4. Very good scultping. But... usual with Alex's work indeed

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  5. All very excellently sculpted, but I like that last one the best - with the period attire and headdress. Regards, Dean

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  6. Thats quite a talent...Those look like they have quite a bit of detail

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  7. Nice minis! makes me think of the bath scene from the movie Rosencrantz & Guildenstern are Dead.

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  8. excellent stuff -
    a question
    I need to buy about 15 54mm muskets for waterloo period, anyone know a place?
    these are for toy style pieces

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  9. He really wants to put them up for sale,they are brilliant!

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  10. These are masterpieces a well done to Alex!! A+

    GReg

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  11. Awesome post man! Keep blogging cause this is great!

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  12. Who is this Alex, and are these commercial or for own use only?

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  13. @Marc...they are for commercial use. Some come out in resin, then in metal but there is an idea to have them made in a hardtype of plastic. I imagine a bit like the Zvzda plastic. Alex is a Russian sculptor, living and working in Moscow. He can produce a sculpt in about one day (he also works for a living). I know this becuase he sculpted me from photos I sent him on E-mail...a day later he had finished!! He has also re-produced my whole family, wife nad two kids...the resemblences are uncanny.
    PS...you are a blogger but I cannot find your blog...
    Cheers
    paul

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  14. I wonder who Alex used to create the fig on the third photo... :P

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