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#16
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Marc Byrne post=315488 Wrote:Superb work Pavel, shows real talent.
You ignore all these Ist-2nd Century types and stick to the far more interesting and less well represented late Roman stuff :wink:
I agree :twisted: !
Me too! You early types get plenty of attention already!! :mrgreen:
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#17
[/quote]Great artwork Pavel! 'Photos of various reenactors'.. mm, do I recognise myself in there? Big Grin[/quote]

Yes,you do Big Grin .The figure with the shield of VICTORES regiment.It's actually the first and oldest image of reenactor that I did.I often change something from the original photo but it does not mean that I don't like original vision of my model.I love fectio's reconstructions!I'm happy you like it.
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#18
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Pavel AMELIANVS post=315317 Wrote:If there's -share your Greek artwork topic-I think there should be also a roman one!I really love painted reconstructions and of course I admire the work of people such as Peter Connolly and Graham Sumner(to name just some).But to me it is not enough so I try to paint it even myself, for which purpose I often use photos of various reenactors.
Great artwork Pavel! 'Photos of various reenactors'.. mm, do I recognise myself in there? Big Grin

Yes,you do Big Grin .The figure with the shield of VICTORES regiment.It's actually the first and oldest image of reenactor that I did.I often change something from the original photo but it does not mean that I don't like original vision of my model.I love fectio's reconstructions!I'm happy you like it.
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#19
This should represent clash between forces of Usurper Constantine III and loyalist forces of general Stilicho and emperor Honorius in Gaul 407/408.
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This should represent clash between forces of Usurper Constantine III and loyalist forces of general Stilicho and emperor Honorius in Gaul 407/408.


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#21
Quote:This should represent clash between forces of Usurper Constantine III and loyalist forces of general Stilicho and emperor Honorius in Gaul 407/408.
That's very good!! perhaps too plumy but why not!!
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#22
That's awesome, Pavel!
Eduardo Vázquez
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#23
Great paintings, Pavel, especially the combat one Big Grin
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#24
Robert:well,I like it this way.Thanks for your little feedback critique Smile

Eduardo:I'm very happy that someone like it!

Nick:Thanks,I'm just a beginner but very passionate and devoted for this theme.
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#25
Nice piece again Pavel.....love the vibrant colours.
Phil McKay
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#26
Nice work again Pavel. I think I see me in there.. Wink

Robert, lates get as much if not more than any otherera...quite whining! :mrgreen:
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#27
Quote:Nice piece again Pavel.....love the vibrant colours.

Thank you,I really appreciate the compliment from skillful artist as you are.These vibrant colors are,to be honest,result of my inexperience in using them.Personally I would like to have it in much more mild color feel...for the time being my colors look somewhat poisonous I think.
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#28
Quote:Nice work again Pavel. I think I see me in there.. Wink

Robert, lates get as much if not more than any otherera...quite whining! :mrgreen:

That is quite possible,I've used as my base photo from some late roman battle event,probably of comitatus group.

now apart from later era I want to do scene from batavian rebellion with those most classic imperial legionaries and a scene from siege of Amida in 359 as discribed by Ammianus ;-)
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#29
Quote:Robert, lates get as much if not more than any otherera...quite whining! :mrgreen:
NOT! The principate boys are always first. We lates get in there (more than republican types that's for sure) but we have to use our elbows! :mrgreen:

Thanks Pavel!!
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#30
Quote:That is quite possible,I've used as my base photo from some late roman battle event,probably of comitatus group.
Judging by the shields and the pose, my guess would be Britannia!
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