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The making of a dummy head for display purpose

Article about: Good stuff Kris ! Do you also paint heads in neutral colours.........?

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    I have got no pic's of the making of the copy's because the plaster thing is a messy job ,and time is crucial, so impossible to take pictures when working alone.
    But here is the result.
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    cheers
    |<ris

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    very nice kris mate that would display very well,do you make/sell them to collectors?

    cheers ewan

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    very nice kris mate that would display very well,do you make/sell them to collectors?

    cheers ewan
    Yes, Ewan I do.
    Here they are to be painted , one is already done ; freshly today!
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    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
    cheers
    |<ris

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    Yes, Ewan I do.
    Here they are to be painted , one is already done ; freshly today!

    very nice mate the look ''the part'' alot better than those plain shop displays.

    regards ewan

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    Yeah , they do!
    I am planning of making the heads of well know soldiers to put on dummy's. I started last year on Otto Skorzeny, but it is not finished yet!
    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
    cheers
    |<ris

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    Yeah , they do!
    I am planning of making the heads of well know soldiers to put on dummy's. I started last year on Otto Skorzeny, but it is not finished yet!
    ya they would be nice,i for one would like one done like AH

    any pics of otto?

    regards ewan

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    AH is not going to happen!
    No pictures for the momment of Otto, but I will let you know when he is ready.
    But that could take an other year!!
    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
    cheers
    |<ris

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    AH is not going to happen!
    No pictures for the momment of Otto, but I will let you know when he is ready.
    But that could take an other year!!
    thats understandable, the AH busts are much nicer for that anyway. is the otto head making procedure more difficult than the ones you show here mate?

    raymond here at the forum also makes nice big heer eagle casts for the wall they are really ''cool'' just scared incase it gets broke on shippment over i think he is also doing a nice big EK aswell

    regards ewan

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    Quote by Ewan Stirling View Post
    thats understandable, the AH busts are much nicer for that anyway. is the otto head making procedure more difficult than the ones you show here mate?



    regards ewan
    Otto's head is started from scratch, totaly reconstructed from pictures.And I do not work every day on it. So when that is finished I have to do what I have described in thise treath in order to copy it , so yes , it might take a while!!
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    raymond here at the forum also makes nice big heer eagle casts for the wall they are really ''cool'' just scared incase it gets broke on shippment over i think he is also doing a nice big EK aswell

    regards ewan
    Yes I know Raymond and saw his work. No reason to be scared for breaking during shipment when made in polyester! That can even be made bullet proof with kevlar mixt to the polyester! :-)
    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
    cheers
    |<ris

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    Hi guys , great looking heads Stuka , looking forward to seeing OTTO .
    Iv been thinking about casting the Adler in a resign , and also plan to cast them in alloy , just got to finish building this god dam house first, cheers guys Raymond

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