Rage Against The Machine

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Rage Against The Machine

Joined: August 10th, 2007, 1:37 pm

August 17th, 2012, 7:52 pm #1

This ww1 vignette was inspired by a well known image made by the italian artist Fortinino Matania.
It was not my intension to make a 100% copy but more to use the poses of the figures.
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The Mark IV is the old Emhar kit modified with some scratchwork and new tracks from Accurate Armour.
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The figures where all sculpted with magicsculp.
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To bring the title more into the vignette I decided in a later stage to ad an extra figure on the roof of the Mark IV
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And finaly one with a little photoshopping.
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Thanks for looking!

Cheers,

Roger
Last edited by rogerhm on August 24th, 2012, 7:19 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Joined: January 2nd, 2012, 7:45 pm

August 17th, 2012, 7:54 pm #2

very nice!!!
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Joined: February 9th, 2002, 6:59 pm

August 17th, 2012, 8:17 pm #3

This ww1 vignette was inspired by a well known image made by the italian artist Fortinino Matania.
It was not my intension to make a 100% copy but more to use the poses of the figures.
[/IMG]
The Mark IV is the old Emhar kit modified with some scratchwork and new tracks from Accurate Armour.
[/IMG]
The figures where all sculpted with magicsculp.
[/IMG]
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To bring the title more into the vignette I decided in a later stage to ad an extra figure on the roof of the Mark IV
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And finaly one with a little photoshopping.
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Thanks for looking!

Cheers,

Roger
That's just perfect. The poses are very well done and the scene looks exactly as intense as the painting.

Great job and thanks for sharing it with us.

Marcel

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Joined: August 30th, 2011, 10:44 pm

August 17th, 2012, 8:26 pm #4

This ww1 vignette was inspired by a well known image made by the italian artist Fortinino Matania.
It was not my intension to make a 100% copy but more to use the poses of the figures.
[/IMG]
The Mark IV is the old Emhar kit modified with some scratchwork and new tracks from Accurate Armour.
[/IMG]
The figures where all sculpted with magicsculp.
[/IMG]
[/IMG]
[/IMG]
To bring the title more into the vignette I decided in a later stage to ad an extra figure on the roof of the Mark IV
[/IMG]
[/IMG]

And finaly one with a little photoshopping.
[/IMG]

Thanks for looking!

Cheers,

Roger
Another stunning piece Roger.

It takes one thing to make and paint a great scene, but you create an atmosphere too!
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Joined: August 9th, 2005, 6:22 pm

August 17th, 2012, 8:36 pm #5

Hi Roger
outstanding work this model works in every respect a real pleasure to look at
speak to you soon
Lester
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Joined: March 21st, 2006, 4:00 pm

August 17th, 2012, 8:53 pm #6

This ww1 vignette was inspired by a well known image made by the italian artist Fortinino Matania.
It was not my intension to make a 100% copy but more to use the poses of the figures.
[/IMG]
The Mark IV is the old Emhar kit modified with some scratchwork and new tracks from Accurate Armour.
[/IMG]
The figures where all sculpted with magicsculp.
[/IMG]
[/IMG]
[/IMG]
To bring the title more into the vignette I decided in a later stage to ad an extra figure on the roof of the Mark IV
[/IMG]
[/IMG]

And finaly one with a little photoshopping.
[/IMG]

Thanks for looking!

Cheers,

Roger
Hi Roger,

Really brilliant work there, I followed the progress over the last months and it turned out extremely well!
Nice to see the usual Hornet heads turning up around this latest tank
Lovely mud everywhere too!

Theo
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Joined: April 22nd, 2005, 12:00 am

August 17th, 2012, 9:00 pm #7

This ww1 vignette was inspired by a well known image made by the italian artist Fortinino Matania.
It was not my intension to make a 100% copy but more to use the poses of the figures.
[/IMG]
The Mark IV is the old Emhar kit modified with some scratchwork and new tracks from Accurate Armour.
[/IMG]
The figures where all sculpted with magicsculp.
[/IMG]
[/IMG]
[/IMG]
To bring the title more into the vignette I decided in a later stage to ad an extra figure on the roof of the Mark IV
[/IMG]
[/IMG]

And finaly one with a little photoshopping.
[/IMG]

Thanks for looking!

Cheers,

Roger
Huge fan of your work.....outstanding

Luke Pitt
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Joined: January 27th, 2005, 12:07 pm

August 17th, 2012, 9:23 pm #8

This ww1 vignette was inspired by a well known image made by the italian artist Fortinino Matania.
It was not my intension to make a 100% copy but more to use the poses of the figures.
[/IMG]
The Mark IV is the old Emhar kit modified with some scratchwork and new tracks from Accurate Armour.
[/IMG]
The figures where all sculpted with magicsculp.
[/IMG]
[/IMG]
[/IMG]
To bring the title more into the vignette I decided in a later stage to ad an extra figure on the roof of the Mark IV
[/IMG]
[/IMG]

And finaly one with a little photoshopping.
[/IMG]

Thanks for looking!

Cheers,

Roger
Roger,
You have certainly captured a real sense of movement with this piec. Fantastic work!

Regards
Andy K

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Joined: February 28th, 2006, 1:55 pm

August 17th, 2012, 10:03 pm #9

This ww1 vignette was inspired by a well known image made by the italian artist Fortinino Matania.
It was not my intension to make a 100% copy but more to use the poses of the figures.
[/IMG]
The Mark IV is the old Emhar kit modified with some scratchwork and new tracks from Accurate Armour.
[/IMG]
The figures where all sculpted with magicsculp.
[/IMG]
[/IMG]
[/IMG]
To bring the title more into the vignette I decided in a later stage to ad an extra figure on the roof of the Mark IV
[/IMG]
[/IMG]

And finaly one with a little photoshopping.
[/IMG]

Thanks for looking!

Cheers,

Roger
Nice, really - really nice!

Congrats,
Rick



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Joined: July 1st, 2009, 9:58 pm

August 17th, 2012, 10:10 pm #10

This ww1 vignette was inspired by a well known image made by the italian artist Fortinino Matania.
It was not my intension to make a 100% copy but more to use the poses of the figures.
[/IMG]
The Mark IV is the old Emhar kit modified with some scratchwork and new tracks from Accurate Armour.
[/IMG]
The figures where all sculpted with magicsculp.
[/IMG]
[/IMG]
[/IMG]
To bring the title more into the vignette I decided in a later stage to ad an extra figure on the roof of the Mark IV
[/IMG]
[/IMG]

And finaly one with a little photoshopping.
[/IMG]

Thanks for looking!

Cheers,

Roger
Excellent....





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