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1 Mugs... on Mon Jan 07, 2019 2:37 pm

Can you name five faces that you’d like to see immortalized in high-quality, 1:6 scale Sculpts?


1)  ?

2)  ?

3)  ?

4)  ?

5)  ?

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2 Re: Mugs... on Mon Jan 07, 2019 2:43 pm

Yep...five ought to about do it for this wish list...

Ritchie Blackmore
Jon Lord
Ian Paice
Ian Gilllan
Roger Glover

That'll give me a classic what?

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3 Re: Mugs... on Mon Jan 07, 2019 4:20 pm

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dadrab wrote:Yep...five ought to about do it for this wish list...

Ritchie Blackmore
Jon Lord
Ian Paice
Ian Gilllan
Roger Glover

That'll give me a classic what?

Deep Purple.


I’d like to see:

Michelle Yeoh


Burt Lancaster


Olga Kurylenko


James Garner


Caroline Munroe


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4 Re: Mugs... on Mon Jan 07, 2019 7:25 pm

Okay...my two cents worth....


1. Richard Burton (As Col. Faulkner, The Wild Geese)

2. Jack Lord (As Steve McGarrett)

3. Khigh Dhiegh (As Wo Fat)

4. Hans Gudegast (AKA Eric Braeden) as Capt Dietrich, Rat Patrol

5. Hayley Atwell (Agent Carter)

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5 Re: Mugs... on Tue Jan 08, 2019 12:36 am

Interesting responses, most certainly…  


Deep Purple?  I could not have ever expected that, Dadrab - but that would be quite cool.    


Haley Atwell?  Indeed, TPB.  Possibly top 20, but not likely among my first five.  Excellent answers, though.  


Olga would have to be on my own list, as well, Stryker...   It would appear that you’ve a fancy for Bond girls.    

By the way, there is (or has been) a Caroline Munroe figure by Phicen and Executive Replicas…  

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6 Re: Mugs... on Tue Jan 08, 2019 7:50 am

1- Keira Knightley


2- Harvey Keitel


3- Woody Harrelson


4- Jodie Foster


5- Owen Wilson & Ben Stiller



I know I got weird tastes lol

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7 Re: Mugs... on Tue Jan 08, 2019 10:59 am

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PureEnergy wrote:Olga would have to be on my own list, as well, Stryker...   It would appear that you’ve a fancy for Bond girls.    

By the way, there is (or has been) a Caroline Munroe figure by Phicen and Executive Replicas…  


I have that "Caroline Munroe" figure -- it just doesn't look anything like her.

And I honestly didn't even think of the Bond connection until you mentioned it, but I guess it would make sense that the Bond franchise would end up using some of the hottest women walking the Earth. I've been a fan of Michelle Yeoh since the 80s (long before her Bond days), and I think more fondly of Ms. Munroe from her Golden Voyage of Sinbad and Hammer days. Olga -- well, all I can say is Hitman...


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8 Re: Mugs... on Tue Jan 08, 2019 2:21 pm

Here's my five.

1 - Ann Wilson
2 - Nancy Wilson
3 - Pat Benatar
4 - Joan Jett
5 - Stevie Nicks

(of the 1980's)


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9 Re: Mugs... on Tue Jan 08, 2019 3:01 pm

BAD WOLF-787 wrote:Here's my five.

1 - Ann Wilson
2 - Nancy Wilson
3 - Pat Benatar
4 - Joan Jett
5 - Stevie Nicks

(of the 1980's)

Interesting selection

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10 Re: Mugs... on Tue Jan 08, 2019 6:43 pm

I don’t think that your responses are weird, Blackpool.  But are there not decent versions of Knightly and Foster already available?  

And I, too, would appreciate a Harrelson Sculpt.  He’s cool.  And Stiller, LOL, I love that guy.


Sorry, Stryker.  That’s a shame that they didn’t adequately capture Munroe’s likeness to your liking.  It looks to be a good Sculpt, nonetheless, though.  

I certainly think that the essence of resemblance is something more specific than just general features.  Every individual seems to wear a particular expression that is their own, and a successful rendering would ideally possess both characteristic physical features as well as that subtle presence of attitude.  

It’s a tall order, surely - but it is possible - as we’ve seen it accomplished often enough to know so...


Bad Wolf, those are excellent selections, indeed.  

Heart has never been underappreciated - and yet, they still seem somewhat underrated; Ann Wilson’s power is absolutely spellbinding.  

And speaking of spellbinding, Stevie is so enigmatic and captivating…  



But I must ask, are these really your top five choices, or just random picks from off the cuff?

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11 Re: Mugs... on Wed Jan 09, 2019 1:58 am

PureEnergy wrote: Bad Wolf, those are excellent selections, indeed.  

Heart has never been underappreciated - and yet, they still seem somewhat underrated; Ann Wilson’s power is absolutely spellbinding.  

And speaking of spellbinding, Stevie is so enigmatic and captivating…  



But I must ask, are these really your top five choices, or just random picks from off the cuff?


Very true, Heart is still my top favorite rock group (Barracuda) and I seen them twice in concert back in the 1980's, as I recall Nancy Wilson was a
total goddess back in the day. And Stevie Nicks Oh Ya!

These are my top five choices.


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12 Re: Mugs... on Wed Jan 09, 2019 1:41 pm

Bad Wolf, yes - Barracuda…  Also, Magic Man, Crazy On You...  

And I concur that Ann and Nancy Wilson (and Stevie Nicks, as well) are, indeed, goddesses…  


I yet must say that I’m quite surprised at some of these replies.  I suppose that I’d half expected that many of you would name VS models and contemporary "It" girls; not that such would have been platitudinous, LOL - but I’m impressed by the relative sophistication and originality of your collective answers.  It’s very refreshing, to say the least.

This is a challenging question, isn’t it?  The difficulty is presented by the task of endeavoring to prioritize five top selections, when clearly there are so many.  

We’ll have to consider these lists as being current, if only momentarily so, and certainly subject to change at any time.  

I'm still working on mine...

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13 Re: Mugs... on Wed Jan 09, 2019 2:06 pm

I'm still working on mine...
Yeah, me too!

Also, one favorite face with 5 different expressions would be great. xD

Anyway, I ask anyone to add pictures to their lists. While most are known, some are not.

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14 Re: Mugs... on Wed Jan 09, 2019 2:50 pm

1. Gina Torres
2. Rupert Grint (OK, not beautiful, but adorably dorky tongue )
3. I'll add Stevie Nicks as well.  She doesn't have the structure of a typical beauty and her nose is wide, but the total is very pretty and at least she'd be different!  She'd have to have a 5' tall body with small boobs (why are there no small boobs?) it would look best for SN type clothes, and useful if you wanted to do 1920's
4. Katharine Hepburn, she could be turned into a great evil character, or anything she's ever played.  She can be a beauty or look like Cruella Deville
5. Liza Minnelli, she could use Stevie Nick's body  Wink  

And we need a lot more non-beauty females, like we have for the boys Smile

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15 Re: Mugs... on Wed Jan 09, 2019 3:38 pm

Ovy, indeed, I dig that notion and I have said that myself a time or two...


And Peaches, another vote for Ms. Nicks?  That’s uncanny…  I think that such would ultimately require a Don Henley, though, in all fairness…

Like a Star @ heaven ”You in the moonlight, with your sleepy eyes…” Like a Star @ heaven

Peaches wrote:why are there no small boobs?

Unfortunately, perhaps the only honest answer to your question is that it’s a male-dominated industry and too many designers have Peter Pan Syndrome and / or “mommy” issues.  Many here seem to have long been lobbying for more diversity across the spectrum, with regard for both body type as well as ethnicity.

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16 Re: Mugs... on Wed Jan 09, 2019 6:04 pm

I'm old, stuck in the sixties, and only interested in figures I can put on a horse, so here's my top 5:

Steve McQueen,
Native American Warrior,
Yul Brynner
Clayton Moore
Roy Rogers

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17 Re: Mugs... on Wed Jan 09, 2019 6:59 pm

Peaches, Gina Torres is an exquisite choice, by the way...  


Jean Ross wrote:I'm old, stuck in the sixties, and only interested in figures I can put on a horse...

scratch

Honestly, I’m not old enough to remember, but I would've sworn that we had automobiles in the ‘60s…  

…  I’m assuming that you did mean the 1960’s, that is…   Laughing


Indeed, Native Americans are, of course, shamefully underrepresented.  

Yul Brynner is a fantastic idea...  Charlton Heston and Steve McQueen are surprisingly absent...  And perhaps most especially so with consideration for the demographics of hobbyists...

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18 Re: Mugs... on Wed Jan 09, 2019 7:25 pm

Yes, @PureEnergy, fixed it, LOL. I'm horrible with names, and was planning on double checking, but got distracted tongue

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19 Re: Mugs... on Wed Jan 09, 2019 7:51 pm

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I had a couple Charlton Heston sculpts custom made (one is already painted, and another is in the process); both were done for Planet of the Apes. He’s my favorite actor, and that is my favorite movie. Sideshow did a version of Chuck from Planet of the Apes a while back, and for the time it was okay, but pretty bad by today’s standards.


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20 Re: Mugs... on Wed Jan 09, 2019 8:11 pm

You're scaring me, @Stryker2011 'cause I'm planning on trying my hand at customizing and it's gonna come off the shelf except for what I paint and what I sew so.... I'm likely not going to be too successful with the "today's standards"!  LOL

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21 Re: Mugs... on Wed Jan 09, 2019 8:15 pm

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Yul Brynner has been done (kinda). Check out the Ramesses II figure by Valley of the Kings (= Mystical Forge?).


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22 Re: Mugs... on Wed Jan 09, 2019 8:20 pm

There…  As if it were never anything other, Peaches…  I love the new avatar.  She reminds me of Amelia Earhart...


Stryker, I am suddenly unsurprised...


And Guv, I must find and examine that Yul Brynner figure...

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23 Re: Mugs... on Wed Jan 09, 2019 8:34 pm

Stryker2011 wrote:I had a couple Charlton Heston sculpts custom made (one is already painted, and another is in the process); both were done for Planet of the Apes. He’s my favorite actor, and that is my favorite movie. Sideshow did a version of Chuck from Planet of the Apes a while back, and for the time it was okay, but pretty bad by today’s standards.



"YOU MANIACS! YOU BLEW IT UP! AH, DAMN YOU! GOD DAMN YOU ALL TO HELL!!"

One of my favorite films, actually.

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24 Re: Mugs... on Wed Jan 09, 2019 8:36 pm

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Peaches wrote:You're scaring me, @Stryker2011 'cause I'm planning on trying my hand at customizing and it's gonna come off the shelf except for what I paint and what I sew so.... I'm likely not going to be too successful with the "today's standards"!  LOL

No worries, Peaches. I myself don’t have the skills to do anything “up to today’s standards” either. As a customizer, I suck. I paid a head sculptor to make the heads, and I paid a head sculpt painter to paint the 1st head; still waiting on one of the best head sculpt painters to paint up the second Chuck head (and a Linda Harrison/Nova sculpt I had commissioned — that one was made bald, so I’ll have to add her hair when the paint work is done). I’ll end up doing their costumes, what there is of them, but those won’t look anywhere near as good as the painted heads (which I had nothing to do with, other than giving advice and suggestions on tweaks during the 3D rendering process).

Other than that, please don’t be nervous, or shy, about posting your work. There are all levels of customizers and bashers out there, and everyone has to start somewhere.


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25 Re: Mugs... on Wed Jan 09, 2019 8:37 pm

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ThePhotogsBlog wrote:"YOU MANIACS! YOU BLEW IT UP! AH, DAMN YOU! GOD DAMN YOU ALL TO HELL!!"  

One of the best lines, in one of the most iconic scenes.


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26 Re: Mugs... on Wed Jan 09, 2019 8:43 pm

Stryker2011 wrote:
ThePhotogsBlog wrote:"YOU MANIACS! YOU BLEW IT UP! AH, DAMN YOU! GOD DAMN YOU ALL TO HELL!!"  

One of the best lines, in one of the most iconic scenes.

Agreed. Right up there with "Here's looking at you,kid, " and "We don't gotta show you no stinkin' badges."

It's a much deeper film than many understand, certainly much more than I understood the first time I saw it when I was maybe 10 or 11 in the early 70's. Then many years passed, I watched it again as a college educated adult with a degree in history and noticed a lot of subtleties and themes I would not have tuned into as a child.

The author, Pierre Boulle wrote another book that was made into a great movie; The Bridge On The River Kwai.


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27 Re: Mugs... on Wed Jan 09, 2019 9:15 pm

Jean Ross wrote:I'm old, stuck in the sixties, and only interested in figures I can put on a horse, so here's my top 5:

Steve McQueen,
Native American Warrior,
Yul Brynner
Clayton Moore
Roy Rogers
I guess I wasn't very clear in my post, I meant stuck in the sixties, as in, characters from shows and movies from the 60's. I sculpture horses, therefore prefer figures that need a horse. Any clearer??
Jean

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28 Re: Mugs... on Wed Jan 09, 2019 9:19 pm

ThePhotogsBlog wrote:It's a much deeper film than many understand, certainly much more than I understood the first time I saw it when I was maybe 10 or 11 in the early 70's.  Then many years passed, I watched it again as a college educated adult with a degree in history and noticed a lot of subtleties and themes I would not have tuned into as a child.

I agree that the original PotA was a masterpiece in film (the remakes are not), and that its thematic elements ran deeper than the surface of spectacle; however, I also rather feel that some of its ideology was a bit dated.  That does not, in itself, diminish the film in any manner for me, personally - although I can understand how it might for some.

Mr. Heston seems, overall, rather underrated by today’s viewership.  I have seen Soylent Green, The Ten Commandments, among others - and he was certainly an enormous talent.  

I would have expected that there would be a bevy of Heston Head Sculpts available...


Jean Ross, I was just being playful.  I'd understood you the first time, respectfully and sincerely...  And I, too, love horses - and all things equestrian.   Wink

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29 Re: Mugs... on Wed Jan 09, 2019 9:56 pm

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ThePhotogsBlog wrote:It's a much deeper film than many understand, certainly much more than I understood the first time I saw it when I was maybe 10 or 11 in the early 70's.  Then many years passed, I watched it again as a college educated adult with a degree in history and noticed a lot of subtleties and themes I would not have tuned into as a child.

I agree that the original PotA was a masterpiece in film (the remakes are not), and that its thematic elements ran deeper than the surface of spectacle; however, I also rather feel that some of its ideology was a bit dated.  That does not, in itself, diminish the film in any manner for me, personally - although I can understand how it might for some.

Mr. Heston seems, overall, rather underrated by today’s viewership.  I have seen Soylent Green, The Ten Commandments, among others - and he was certainly an enormous talent.  

I would have expected that there would be a bevy of Heston Head Sculpts available...


Heston's legacy as an actor is to a degree, and I think unfairly undermined by very open support of the NRA in later years, despite his having marched with Martin Luther King in Washington decades earlier, and crappy disaster films he did in his later career. I did like him as Cardinal Richelieu in the Mustketeer's films, in which he showed he could do much more than the rugged and individualistic tough-guy roles.

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30 Re: Mugs... on Wed Jan 09, 2019 10:18 pm

1. Ashley Scott (birds of Prey hairstyle & makeup)


2. Antonio Navas (great for sniper character, Gambit, Altair, Youngblood Shaft, LOTR Ranger )


3.Nicole Behari (exact hairstyle, but red streaks)


4.Lee Kholafai but w/ rooted hair, long unkempt (perfect for a Prince of Persia two Thrones, Tomax and Xamot Paoli, or phicen m33 w/ Triad toys John carter armor )


5.Danielle Evans (exact makeup, but w/ dark purple rooted hair)

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31 Re: Mugs... on Wed Jan 09, 2019 10:37 pm

OK, so who's gonna make 'em? Very Happy

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32 Re: Mugs... on Wed Jan 09, 2019 10:42 pm

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Peaches wrote:OK, so who's gonna make 'em?  Very Happy


That’s the million dollar question.


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33 Re: Mugs... on Thu Jan 10, 2019 1:30 am




Given to the Ghost...














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34 Re: Mugs... on Thu Jan 10, 2019 8:30 am

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PureEnergy wrote:I have narrowed my own list down to about twenty-five or so, LOL...

Meanwhile, I have been “asked” (which is a euphemism, of course) to create a custom for my lady.  (My own self-custom is in the works, and the Sculpt was not too difficult a choice; fortunately, the Head that works well for me is very available).  

However, while she bears a striking resemblance to a younger Amy Robach (enough so to hear it quite regularly); there is absolutely no hope of finding a Sculpt based on a newscaster.  So if any of you know of one that might be otherwise suitable, please make your suggestions.  

I’ve promised her that I would make this happen…

Here is a good reference shot...


If only I could narrow it down to 25. The five I chose are just a small percentage of the folks I'd like to see done. I currently have my sculptor friend working on Michael York & Jenny Agutter from Logan's Run (luckily we're splitting the cost on that one, as he wanted them as well).



I never heard of Amy Robach, but good luck in your search. I'm working on the same thing for my wife and I (luckily I have a HS that my wife says looks quite a bit like me as a younger man), but trying to find one that matches my wife is problematic (might have to go the custom route). (I'm with you, Peaches, Liza Minelli, would be ideal for me, as that is who my wife most resembles, even down to the hair style -- just repaint the hair from black to strawberry blonde and I'd pretty much be set).



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35 Re: Mugs... on Thu Jan 10, 2019 8:56 am

PureEnergy wrote:I don’t think that your responses are weird, Blackpool.  But are there not decent versions of Knightly and Foster already available?  

And I, too, would appreciate a Harrelson Sculpt.  He’s cool.  And Stiller, LOL, I love that guy.

You are right, Kumik did a quite average jodie foster as she appears in the silence of the lamb, not bad but not very good either lol... Hot toys also produced a Keira Knightley from pirates of caribeans but she was an epic fail, at that time hot toys sculpting and painting were far from today's standards...

So as the OP said "high quality headsculpts" I listed these two in first cause I'd love to have a great sculpt of these two actresses! Razz

Harrelson would be very cool, I didn't wanted to extend the list but I'd love to see him next to his partner in True Detective played by Matthew Mc Conaughey (there is an expensive custom sculpt of him, painted by jacob rahmier it's an insane quality, but far from my price range)

And about Wilson and Stiller, whatever movie they appeared together in they were so fun I'd love to have the pair to recreate some sequences from starzky & hutch or zoolander

Plenty of awesome choices from everyone too, I second so many I couldn't list them all lol

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36 Re: Mugs... on Thu Jan 10, 2019 9:18 am

Assuming they have not been done, and if so, better quality:

1) Zoie Palmer
2) George Forman
3)Cosplayer Roboemma

4) Edward James Olmos ( a GOOD sculpt which captures his unique skin without over or under emphasizing it.)
5)Lauren Kaye Scott ( Dakota Skye )

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37 Re: Mugs... on Thu Jan 10, 2019 8:50 pm

Oh wow, I'd love a Logan's Run pair! How awesome!

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38 Re: Mugs... on Thu Jan 10, 2019 9:15 pm



Given to the Ghost...

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39 Re: Mugs... on Fri Jan 11, 2019 12:31 am

i also vote for ann and nancy, i mean who wouldn't?

in all seriousness though this question really got me to thinking. the fact that there are so many people that arguably should have a sculpt already. and dont yet suprises me. probably i could make a long list but 5 is what you asked for. since we are asking for heart...

then i add following

1. young Brian Wilson...he is the reason we talk about the beach boys, and consider them practically equal to the beatles.



2. Anni-Frid Lyngstad, because ABBA, and because she is a goddess



3. do i even...she should have been done so long ago, since she is just impossibly cute, and nearly perfect. also a goddess, has an angelic voice, and even so probably too humble to ever admit it.



4. i know i probably am the only one here on this, but "Weird Al". mostly because he is him, and who among us doesn't love him?



5. Frank Sinatra, one of my heroes, and one of the best singers ever. i know...with the others i picked,  this one sticks out. trust me his is legendary and his songs are frankly classics.



if i really went on with this list, there could be over 100 probably, but thats for another time.

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40 Re: Mugs... on Fri Jan 11, 2019 1:11 am

Oh I'd love the pixie that is Lindsey Stirling! Would need her head on the new 1/12 body, ROFL. She is so awesome! Weird Al also a great choice. I'm sorry to say that to me, all the gorgeous women kinda start to look alike after a while Sad But those with more character like Liza Minnelli, Lindsey, Stevie, Gina Torres, they have personality before beauty Smile I'd like that Smile

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41 Re: Mugs... on Fri Jan 11, 2019 4:54 am

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I kept seeing Lindsey all over FB, took me ages to realise what she actually did. She went up in my estimation when she liked one of my comments on her page. She did a post about sheet music, so I said "It's not sheet, it's brilliant!".

I can't think of 5 that haven't been done or mentioned. However, one I do want is a younger Peter Cushing so I can have a Van Helsing to go with my Dracula. I may attempt to 'de-age' an HT Tarkin if nothing else emerges.

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42 Re: Mugs... on Fri Jan 11, 2019 7:07 am

Classics: Humphrey Bogart, Clark Gable, James Cagney, Errol Flynn, David Niven


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43 Re: Mugs... on Fri Jan 11, 2019 7:27 am

shazzdan wrote:Classics: Humphrey Bogart, Clark Gable, James Cagney, Errol Flynn, David Niven

Good choices!

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44 Re: Mugs... on Fri Jan 11, 2019 9:25 am

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Of course, the one thing about all this is that what appeals to us doesn't necessarily appeal to the many. Mass appeal wins the day these days. I know Peter could probably knock out everything we ever list, but artists can sometimes get inundated and overwhelmed.

It's nice to dream, but, we often have to acknowledge that we may not see them realised

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45 Re: Mugs... on Fri Jan 11, 2019 10:35 am

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Rogerbee wrote:Of course, the one thing about all this is that what appeals to us doesn't necessarily appeal to the many. Mass appeal wins the day these days. I know Peter could probably knock out everything we ever list, but artists can sometimes get inundated and overwhelmed.

It's nice to dream,  but, we often have to acknowledge that we may not see them realised

CHEERS!

Yep. And they can take quite a long time. The guy who's sculpted heads for me is generally very busy (not only with real life, but with sculpting jobs). He and I have been in communication about the Logan's Run heads since 2017. There's been progress, but then real life happens, and since my projects with him are more of a one on one thing, his priority is for group projects. I'm fairly patient when it comes to this stuff, so it takes as long as it takes.


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46 Re: Mugs... on Fri Jan 11, 2019 1:49 pm

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Yeah, we live in a time where only yesterday is good enough. They have no idea what goes into this kind of thing. I used to paint heads for someone and I tried as much as I could to get them to a point where I was happy with them and it took time. It wore me out and quality began to slip, we just agreed that it was better that he went elsewhere.

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47 Re: Mugs... on Sun Jan 13, 2019 5:08 pm

being a child of the 80s a lot of characters come to mind from movies that hold a special place in my heart.

but they won´t appeal to the masses so i´d wager they´ll not see the light of day anytime soon.

don´t get me wrong, i know there are wonderful custom sculpters that do amazing work and are worth every penny for their time and effort, it´s just that that particular head isnt so high on my priority list i´d spent more than a certain amount of money on it, or make spontaneous buy if a figure gets sold in parts.

1) peter falk as columbo
the older i get the more the series appeals to me

2) bolo yeung / bloodsport
no buddy movie session is complete without a good whiskey and bloodsport

3) michael ironside / total recall
okay it´s a 90s movie but the memories from that time all blend together in a musclebound arnie flash =) good times

4) rutger hauer / jugger(the blood of heroes)
had a bad copy on vhs back in the day and never found a proper blu ray version ever again

5) sven ole thorsen / thorgrim from conan
lots of arnold head sculpts and good material to build a proper conan, but who´s he gonna send to crom ? what is steel compared to a lack of enemies to crush

(it´s a close tie with james earl jones as thulsa doom)

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48 Re: Mugs... on Mon Jan 14, 2019 5:01 am

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I think Peter the Painter has done/could do most of them.

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49 Re: Mugs... on Mon Jan 14, 2019 2:41 pm

Jean Ross wrote:
Jean Ross wrote:I'm old, stuck in the sixties, and only interested in figures I can put on a horse, so here's my top 5:

Steve McQueen,
Native American Warrior,
Yul Brynner
Clayton Moore
Roy Rogers
  I guess I wasn't very clear in my post, I meant stuck in the sixties, as in, characters from shows and movies from the 60's.  I sculpture horses, therefore prefer figures that need a horse. Any clearer??
Jean


Wow, you sculpt 1/6 horses??? I am life-long horse lover,  used to show horses... and also to collect Breyer model horses when I was young. I'm dying for some 1/6 horses of the same quality....

While I mostly focus on collecting (and/or creating) versions of my various favourite fictional characters these days, I will always have that urge to collect model horses! :'')

(and p.s. being stuck in the 60s is good fun! even though I was born in the 80s and grew up in the 90s, my dad pretty much raised me on old hollywood films, so I can appreciate what you mean. Smile )


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50 Re: Mugs... on Mon Jan 14, 2019 3:00 pm

@skywalkersaga now I really feel old!

Speaking of "old movies"

Gigi = Leslie Caron
Bogie and Bacall
young Moritz Bleibtreu (he has an interesting face)
Rowan Atkinson as Blackadder1 LOL

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