A land situated in the mid 18th century where men wear tricorns and the women wear a smile
Nice! The color of the horse stands out prominently for me. I guess there are no Indians in those woods.
a wonderful little story, nice to see a little update on the lives of bodstonians. great painting and that background is increadible
When she gets published on the other place I will show a simple trick with the background. In some photos it appears as if she is "in" the scene, a bit of a 3D effect.
Yeah! a new character of Bodstonia!It's a pleasure to have some news of this nice Country!(Good use of this well-known figure!)
She´s been mentioned before but never shown. I´ve been very lazy with this world lately..but the new year is coming and some more effort will be made.
A 18th C. sidesaddle mounted lady in riding habit in 1/72? A conversion, maybe?Compliments.
:-D She is a converted maid marion from the airfix Robinhood set. The reins and tack trimmed down, a head from the airfix washingtons army set, feet added with a magic mixture I´ve invented. Not the best conversion, her face isn´t the most attractive and the mini was very badly molded to start with, lots of flash and the horses rear left leg was missing entirely. I´ll (hopefully) get a couple more in march so another attempt can be made.
Hello Paul:I would never have recognized the original here as Maid Marian! A great conversion. She looks like a lady not to be trifled with, someone who knows her way in the world and is respected by all. A lovely figure. Looking forward to more tales of Bodstonia in the coming year. Cheers, Mike
Thanks Mike.The stories are all planned but the bods are appearing to slowly.
Your world is growing fuller Paul. Keep at it!
Thanks Anne.My head has the story but my hands can´t produce enough to bring it into 3D. I´ll keep this one going though..the tortoise to the hare (blog) :-D