Converted Eorl figure

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  • #389
    Gavin
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    Someone asked me for close ups of the Eadmund/Eorl conversion.

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

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    #6034
    Gavin
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    Someone asked me for close ups of the Eadmund/Eorl conversion.

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

    DSCF1615.jpg

    and

    DSCF1619.jpg

    and

    DSCF1620.jpg

    and

    DSCF1622.jpg

    #6039
    Turambar
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    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. That´s the way it should it be, isn´t 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?

    #6040
    Gavin
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    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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