Une petite pièce toute simple, éditée par ART GIRONA, échelle 54 mm, et représentant ATAHUALPA, Inca Yupanqui.
En fait, cette pièce semble plutôt avoir été inspirée d'une statue représentant un autre Inca, PACHACUTEC.

Peinture réalisée entièrement à l'acrylique.
  • Francois "Frado" Daugny

    Very nice painting, with just great weathering to make it highly realistic, giving a great personality to this piece.

    • eric wolfsPLUS

      Merci François… et tu as le droit de me répondre en français :)

  • fabrizio1969PLUS

    very very nice,gold !!!!!

  • BranPLUS

    Belle réalisation sur cet Inca Eric, tes photos sont pas mal du tout… ;)

    • eric wolfsPLUS

      Merci Bruno. Mes photos restent réalisées avec mon téléphone portable. On fait ce qu’on peut !

  • girlpainter57PLUS

    great detail on a small model ,gold

  • Alfonso FlorenPLUS

    Muy bonita

  • Andrey Miroshnichenko

    Great painting!

  • Ioannis PapadakisPLUS

    Very good free hand, i really like the clothes,
    very good work eric, bravo :)

  • Bernard EntrevonPLUS

    Pas vue sur le forum, j’ai failli manquer cette très jolie pièce qui nous offre un nouveau voyage ....

    • eric wolfsPLUS

      Merci Bernard. En effet, je n’ai pas édité de post concernant cette pièce sur le forum. Je me concentre sur ma geisha.

  • Theodoros GiannakopoulosPLUS

    Looks very-very nice, Eric ! Great colours and motifes.

  • PhilippePLUS

    Elle est très belle Éric! J’aime beaucoup le visage!

    • eric wolfsPLUS

      Merci Philippe. c’est une petite figurine toute simple, mais au final assez sympa à réaliser.

  • eric wolfsPLUS

    Riki struck again !!! Please, gentlemen editors, fire us this killer of this site where he obviously has nothing to do.

  • Francesco Thau

    Gold

  • WojciechBober72

    Excellent réalisme atteint sur les robes de ce personnage. Encore un bon travail.

    • eric wolfsPLUS

      Merci Wojciech. Mais pourquoi alors dans ces conditions avoir voté Bronze, qui fait chuter la note ?

  • WojciechBober72

    Cher M. Eric, je n’avais pas l’intention de vous sous-estimer, je respecte beaucoup votre travail, mais comme dans la vie, nous avons le droit à la liberté d’expression, je dis toujours que le travail est bon mais vous n’avez pas forcément à avoir une note plus élevée. Je pense que vous ne l’enlevez pas négatif car je vous respecte toujours et apprécie votre travail. Meilleurs voeux à Wojciech

    • eric wolfsPLUS

      That’s your choice. No problem

  • Roman LappatPLUS

    Hallo Eric, of course I can put a comment to my Bronze vote on this model. Please do not feel offended in how I vote. I soon explain my reasons, but beforehand: If Indo not like a model I do not vote. If I like a model I do vote. Medals are always my adminiration and so is a Bronze medal. I did not had in mind to vote you down or such. I am sorry if you feel this way ... now let me explain from my point of view…

    • Roman LappatPLUS

      The overall look of the model is a well presented historical model that has a lot of historical aspects right. Color choices are good and I really like the texture and freehand of the clothes. This brought it up to a Bronze medal for me. I see improvement on the skin, it looks like dead flesh on the lower part of the Body, not the Skintone of an south american inca. The face in particular has strange painted volumes and is not easy to read.

    • Roman LappatPLUS

      ... the metallic parts lack contrast to show their Material properties. So do the tourquise parts. I do not know what dort of material it is. Is it reflecting, or is is a tourquise matte stone. This is where I see potential for improvement. To show Materials more in their particular Definition. Explanation with your paintwork to the Readers eyes. The base is very basic and does not give your paintwork justice. Maybe there could be Stars with Details, like grass or old dried blood or plants.

    • Roman LappatPLUS

      I do not mean this as any offense. I do barely vote Gold in Putty and Paint. Only with projects that stunn me away. I often vote Bronze and silver, but I am still having the oppinion that recieving a medal should be something to appreciated, so sorry if you got me wrong here ... not my Intention.

    • eric wolfsPLUS

      Ok Roman, i understand your choice and respect it. I was just disappointed because only your vote make the note go down for almost tree points. But that is not important. You gave me the direction for painting better. That is important.
      Great thanks, and i’m not offended.

    • Roman LappatPLUS

      Hey Eric, thank you for getting back to me. I am really happy that you are not taking this wrong. I really enjoyed explaining my reasons and I am happy that they are helpful. It takes quite some time to think myself into your model to write such a long comment. I do so while I vote, but bringing this into words to make them understandable ins different story. I would love to do this more often while Voting as I agree that medals are not as important as a good comment.

  • SlayterJohn

    Great paintjob! Very characteristic. Awesome cloak! Gold!

    • eric wolfsPLUS

      Great thanks Slayterjohn. Your comment is very appreciated. And thanks for your vote

  • Paul "Duxxie" Duckers

    Stunning piece of work. GOLD