Indiana Jones - Volume VII

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  1. Stephen Charter Lounger

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    Not wishing to be outdone by Jurgen's recent acquistion - some more of my Indy, now with improved White Balance :cool:
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  2. Enzucho Opionated

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    Awsome Jet looks great
     
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    Enzucho wrote 40 minutes earlier »
    Awsome Jet looks great

    It's always looked much better than the proto to me.
     
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    likewise
     
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  5. Stephen Charter Lounger

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    Some Indiana Jones portraiture for your viewing pleasure.
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  6. Enzucho Opionated

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    I like the last one, you can really see likeness stand out there, Great job again jey, I always love when u go on ur pic adventures, u produce some really great stuff, keep it up my friend
     
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  7. Mirak Verbal Diarrhoea

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    These are very good pictures Steve !!! :yes:
     
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    Thanks both. I think it is fair to say that the likeness has really grown on me of late.
    As crazy as this may sound, I find that the SS PF has a better likeness of Harrison Ford, while the CM has a better likeness of Indiana Jones. Although that does tend to depend on which part of the movie you are watching.
    These sort of scenes remind me of the PF.
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    While these sort of scenes remind me of the CM.
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  9. Enzucho Opionated

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    I agree with that, although the ss pf has a horrible likeness when looked at from the side or profile. It's all off IMO, I thnk the cms likeness is great especially with the hat on and In good lighting, at least from What I noticed
     
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    Oh c'mon!I really can't let you say that.A horrible likeness and it's all off? :shrug: The PF likeness is amazing, from all angles.The clothing is very nice and I just love the "museum like" pose.One of the best PF's and certainly the best Indiana Jones sculpt ever!
    To me it's the other way around.I wouldn't call the CM likeness horrible though.Definitely their weakest maquette till date.
     
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    phil the sixth wrote 53 minutes earlier
     
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    jet_force_juno wrote 37 minutes earlier »
    phil the sixth wrote 53 minutes earlier
     
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    phil the sixth wrote 2 hours earlier »
    Oh c'mon!I really can't let you say that.A horrible likeness and it's all off? :shrug: The PF likeness is amazing, from all angles.The clothing is very nice and I just love the "museum like" pose.One of the best PF's and certainly the best Indiana Jones sculpt ever!
    To me it's the other way around.I wouldn't call the CM likeness horrible though.Definitely their weakest maquette till date.

    The pf pose is great imo, I Am a huge fan of the museum style pose, but the likeness I dont know, looks great from the front view, but from the side view (profile) it looks like a monkey to me. I agree with u though Phil Indy is definatly the weakest of the likenesses that Cm has produced as of yet, but still good
     
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    Enzucho wrote 55 minutes earlier »
    The pf pose is great imo, I Am a huge fan of the museum style pose, but the likeness I dont know, looks great from the front view, but from the side view (profile) it looks like a monkey to me.

    I know what you are saying Enz,but isn't that the natural result/outcome if Indy does the smirk?
     
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    I guess, the snirk is classic though, again I really wish CM went with the museum pose, and as far as the costuming goes, no comparison
     
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    I hope to see the Cinemaquette on display someday but so far it does leave me a little emotionless.
     
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  17. Stephen Charter Lounger

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    the smirk reminds me of the sort of expression HF would probably pull for a publicity shot or something.
    I think SS went for an 'extreme' smirk - i.e. not a smile you would hold for any particular length of time. In all honesty I feel it could have been toned down a little on the right side.
    It suits the pose fine though.
    The main thing to remember is - they both have the scar under the bottom lip!
     
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    jet_force_juno wrote 3 hours earlier »
    the smirk reminds me of the sort of expression HF would probably pull for a publicity shot or something.
    I think SS went for an 'extreme' smirk - i.e. not a smile you would hold for any particular length of time. In all honesty I feel it could have been toned down a little on the right side.


    I agree, the smirk could have been toned down a little.
     
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    jet_force_juno wrote 6 hours earlier »
    A lot of it is in the facial expression. SS went for the easy option with the trademark smirk. The smirk helps the llikeness along no end, because it looks undeniably like a HF expression before you even consider the rest.

    Steve,I was thinking this afternoon about those words and in all honestly I really wouldn't know if it is easier to sculpt HF with the smirk or without.I tend to believe it is less difficult to have a good likeness without an extreme expression but the fact is I actually don't know.What do the others think?
     
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  20. phil the sixth Charter Lounger

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    I am thinking it must be extremely difficult to have a sculpt that looks 100 percent perfect from all angles.
    For example ,my Aragorn CM is spot on in frontal view and from the right side,but not so from the left side,very odd. :hmm:
     
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