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    Default Sculpts for model kits

    In progress updates.

    US Marine


    These sculpts are some samples of what will eventually be manufactured by Maker House Miniatures.



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    nice models!

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    What scale are these gonna be at? If 28mm, some of the features will be too small to be durable enough to cast/print/paint/handle in pewter or in resin/plastic

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    1/35th and 1/16th scale. Not really for gaming. I produced figs like this many years ago and I am getting geared up to do it again (now that the kids are older☺).

    The wires, antennas, straps won't be included in the production process as these are well beyond the limits of production. Stuff like that will be added by the model builders.

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    cool stuff...
    i sent you a message ,
    let me know if you did not get it
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    my zbrush central sketchbook

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    Those are really nicely detailed models. I'm not too familiar with war weapons and need to ask what the device on their backs is for. Are they jetpacks?

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    Dillster: They are jetpacks. The idea is a sci fi "what if" scenario of German WWII special forces in late '45, early '46 fighting alongside US and British forces.

    Just for the imagination!

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    nice models you got there!
    i'm interested with the task you mentioned but i
    can't seem to pm you here. would like to know more about it

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    WIP sneak peak. US Marine.


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    Default US Marine work in progress

    Some updates.

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    Some images for the website. Post processing done in Photoshop. I set up a "photo studio" in Zbrush so as to have fairly consistent and predictable results.
    Hope you like.


    This project will eventually include 6 or hopefully 9 figures that will be produced as model kits in 1/35th and 1/16th scales. Please see the Facebook page if you are interested in receiving updates, including videos.
    The primary focus will be military, sci fi, and fantasy subjects. If anybody has some suggestions give me a shout!

    If the link for the Facebook page is broken please let me know.

    JM


    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Maker...6617465?ref=hl




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