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#1 Tue, Jul7 2009 8:43pm

Gavin
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From: Canada
Registered: Wed, Jan30 2008
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Converted Eorl figure

Someone asked me for close ups of the Eadmund/Eorl conversion.

Well, here he is, in all his over-cast daylight illuminated glory:

http://i206.photobucket.com/albums/bb168/araquael/DSCF1615.jpg

and

http://i206.photobucket.com/albums/bb168/araquael/DSCF1619.jpg

and

http://i206.photobucket.com/albums/bb168/araquael/DSCF1620.jpg

and

http://i206.photobucket.com/albums/bb168/araquael/DSCF1622.jpg

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#2 Wed, Jul8 2009 12:04am

Turambar
Archer of Mirkwood
From: Germany
Registered: Sun, Apr27 2008
Posts: 2724

Re: Converted Eorl figure

THAT WAS ME, Gavin. Patience will be rewarded . . .
Thanks Gavin for posting the pics !  A great piece of work that is. The colour of the horse corresponds very well to the line of colour you take for the figure.
Very harmonic. Thatīs the way it should it be, isnīt it.
Also the shield design is pleasing me . . . I am just making my mind up . . .
Another detail: the wall in the background. Looks good, that piece!

OH, PS: why did you change the horse? In case of the headgear?

Last edited by rita.de (Wed, Jul8 2009 12:07am)


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#3 Wed, Jul8 2009 12:07am

Gavin
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From: Canada
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Re: Converted Eorl figure

Well, Eorl was famous for riding a mearas without bridle or harness...

and this isn't Eorl. He's a War of the Ring era character. So while the "look" is right - a young looking, mailed, Rohir warrior, I didn't want to make him a "straight" repaint. So now this character is riding a normal enough horse to war.

Eventually I'll get another Eorl and paint him as such.

Gavin

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