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By Geoff Davis
My last thread today, not trying to be a spammer. Just for comparison to the base of the efreet I posted earlier.
The base is super fragile. I made it using plaster, and I probably should have made it with epoxy or greenstuff.
I'm also not super happy with the way her eyes and the gems on her head turned out. There is not enough contrast with her skin and hair. I probably should have made the gems bright yellow or amber and used pure white for her eyes.
This has been sitting in my box merely base-coated for decades until a few weeks ago. This marid (water genie) is huge and heavy, made of solid lead, 3 and 1/8" tall including the base. The integrated base was an issue, as it was too shallow to keep the figure from tipping over backwards. So I fixed it with some fiber card and Squadron putty, and probably killed a bunch of brain cells sanding; but he doesn't tip over anymore.
I used a lot of interference glazes for the pants, sash, and shoes. I am really liking the new varnish I'm using.
I am going to start work on this vintage miniature. I would appreciate if anyone can identify it for me (I have no data on it)...What company put it out...an ID/SKU number if possible and if your know the year it was made/marketed...Thank you for your help.
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