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Panzer Grenadier SS Division Wiking


Panzer Grenadier SS Division Wiking, Germany 1945
Scale: 1/16 (120mm)
Material: Resin
Sculptor: Pongsatorn Kanthaboon
Box art Painter: Gino Poppe

Gino used acrylics, inks and pigments to paint the figure. The groundwork is Magic Sculp mixed with Mig pigments. The puddles are made by mixing Deluxe Materials Solid Water and some English Uniform. The base is again by DMC design.

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About the Author

About Gino Poppe (violentg)
FROM: OOST-VLAANDEREN, BELGIUM

I also paint figures on comission. For more info, please e-mail me at: fc287921@skynet.be


Comments

Hello Rudi, Big thenk you!!! for putting the pictures on line. One small correction though: this figure wasn't sculpted by Taesung himself, but by Pongsatorn Kanthaboon. Best wishes, Gino
MAY 27, 2007 - 05:03 PM
Thanks Gino, I've updated the info Sorry it took me so long to upload the photos... I had some connectivity problems over the weekend... Keep well Rudi
MAY 27, 2007 - 05:40 PM
Gino you have done an exellent job in bringing out the detail of the sculpting with your painting,figure looks great. Steve
MAY 27, 2007 - 06:36 PM
LOVE UR WORK Ginno facial features really scare me, it's soo damn good!! anciously awaiting this sunday, teach me!! Pit
MAY 29, 2007 - 07:31 PM
Hi guys, Thank you very much for the nice comments. Hi Rudi, I think the pics were online very quick. So no need to appologise my friend. BTW, someone said there is a life next to figure painting? Could this be true? Hi Pit, I'll show sunday how I paint a face, but please don't just copy it. Use it to develop your own style, and one day you will laugh about the silly faces of my figures. Greetz, Gino
MAY 29, 2007 - 11:21 PM
Hi Gino, Wow... this has to be your best figure to date. 120mm in acrylics.. still not dare to hold a brush on it.. Pls keep up the good work and want to see more...Take care Allan
MAY 31, 2007 - 04:18 PM
Dear Gino You are a real gent and modest to boot. I'll be honest - the figure is simply awesome. Whilst others have (correctly) praised how you've painted the guy's face, I'll reserve my praise for the humble canvas Stg 44 mag pouches - you've captured the feel of the canvas very well. As I'm writing this I'm flicking through Steven's and Amodio's "Waffen $$ Uniforms in Colour" and the comparisons between the photographs of the real thing and your work are very impressive - spot on! All the very best Gino - keep it coming. Cheers Karol
JUN 01, 2007 - 07:04 AM
Hello Gino.Great work my friend.I love the paint job you have done.The camo is excellent and I like they way you have painted his face.Kind regards John
JUN 01, 2007 - 11:57 AM
Hi Gino I just got this figure and it is outstanding. Could I paint the top parka in field grey and if so what colour would the shirt underneath be, field grey or german grey. Thanks Ryally
JUL 13, 2007 - 02:21 PM
Gino has done an outstanding job on the painting of this figure. Very inspirational. But there is one thing about the figure that I don't like, and that is the head. Both to be honest. The helmet does not look quite right from where I am looking, and this is the first time I have seen a German soldier wearing the helmet strap like that... And the eyes look out of place somehow. To close together? To small? Cheers Henk
JUL 13, 2007 - 02:48 PM