In my youth I was a big fan of Karl May. Karl May was a German author of books about the Wild West, and about the friendship between a German and an Apache chief. He also lived and wrote not far away where I live.
So, I once made those figures from Suralin, which is plasticine that can be hardened in the oven, like FIMO. Those are a bit smaller than the Stargate actionfigures, approximate 4". If you want to see more details you can click on the pictures to make them "BIG-GER"
This is Winnetou, the Apache chief.
Winnetou front (every child used to know the rifle with the silver nails):
I actually didn't realize that cowboy boots were meant in Karl May's description, that's why my boots rather look like soldier ones. Please bear with me ;)
Old Shatterhand front (one rifle in hand, one on the back):
Old Shatterhand back:
Old Firehand front:
Old Firehand back:
I also made a little tee pee and the thing next to it shall be the three legged thing which Indians use to sit/lean on:
And a peace pipe and a tomahawk:
And also two fires:
The totem pole is also not accurate at all, I just went with my imagination there:
Even though all the flaws and the shiny coat which made it difficult to photograph I am very proud about all the details and work I put in there. Hope you like it, too!
PS: If anywone is interested, at the age of 16 I also built a K.I.T.T. model from scratch.
K.I.T.T. from "Knight Rider"