Armies in Plastic. I am not a great painter I admit.
Monday, 14 December 2020
1/32 French Seven years war
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This looks interesting.
I got some of these figures to use for the French and Indian war but it will be a while before they get to the painting table and look as great as yours. You have done a fine job!ReplyDelete
Thanks. It's been a while since I painted so a bit rustyReplyDelete
I’m painting these as well as the Rangers as Gage’s 80th. I’m currently at the ‘dip’ phase where I use a 1” flat brush to apply Minwax polyshads Antique Walnut to give the figures some depth. Appreciate the work you’re putting in on these figures. I also used Hat 7 Years War Prussians to add some variety to the groups. The Prussians are obviously a little off uniform-wise but close enough to pass muster on the tabletop.ReplyDelete