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Milliput sculpture , Early war .Heer Infanterie

Article about: Thanks Raymond ; These i got cast and were a runner up in a V&A Museum competition here in UK. These are bronze .You can use many different chemicals and oxide pigments ,applied with hea

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    Here's a piece i started January 1st and is just about done . I always find it hard to finish ! This one i modelled for reversing kit then checking against the mirror ! i got all my original kit on, M36 tunic ,trousers etc !

    Most of my work i will mould then cast into Bronze at a foundry . Height 260mm.

    Robert Truscott
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    looking real good,I would like to see it when it`s all done.
    JEDEM DAS SEINE

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    Beautiful. You truly are an artist. It must look really good in bronze. The last draw is allways the hardest I think.

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    Superb work as usual Rob

    Cheers, Ade.

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    What a fantastic piece of sculpture, true art, Ive been modelling for years but i could never hope to be that good . I trust that your career reflects your skill, as i think you could produce museum class work.

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    Hi rob,
    Very nice piece of work is it in clay ?, the detailes are vary good
    will the mould be distroyed or kept when poured.
    dave.

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    Don't miss the link in Rob's post which shows some of his other work

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Briliant piece of work as usual Rob.

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    Thanks all !
    milliput is well known in UK modelling circles , its a very forgiving material, soft to model, responds to a brush with water , drys very hard so can be carved and sanded . Its a medium you can model like clay , then carve like wood ! Ideal to contrast materials like the smooth rigid lines in equipment against the delicate skin and bone or folds in cloth . Main danger is not to overdue the sanding carving - you can kill the life in the modelling . Im not trying to produce a surface to paint so its good to leave the marks of fingers etc , more interesting when cast in metal !
    My rubber moulds are long lasting as i only pour hot wax . This wax is cast into bronze at a foundry .

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    Awesome piece Rob , will look stunning in bronze, cheers Raymond

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