well that came out all arty..hmm
Nothing like having a brew in front of the preacher...
I think that most of us do not have our infantry in a close enough formation . . . I do like your shoulder-to-shoulder units . . . very nice painting too.-- Jeff
yes blue bear but it makes basing a bit difficult , you have to have done all the groundwork on the figure before you stick him down
Where did you find the nice back drop, Your Eminence?
Now this is just fantastic to see! The great Eye almost weeps. Not often do we hear of this in Herrschaden, but the Elector of Kopf-Schlager may well be entitled to an honorary commission in the Liebregt.Removal of the civilian population to protektion camps PRIOR to an assault on their residence. A remarkable - and we must say - novel approach.We might even try that one day too...OIIIIIIIO
Beautifully painted figs - love the civilians. The Peco backscene matches well will the grass 'mat'.-- Allan
DAF, The backdrops are a range of British scenes and I have found them in railway shops.. a comapany called Peco produce them..I have been relaibly informed that my recent back drop was Yotkshire, am not sure about this new one.. they cost me arounf $7 AUhere a site I foundhttp://www.modelrailwayimports.com/products.php?CID=6&SID=7&BID=13
Your painting is beautiful, I especially like your style of painting yellow. Any tips on how you acheived that color on your civilians?
GW bronze flesh over sprayed black/brown Tamiya mix basecoat..washed with vallejo sepia brown wash, reset with broze flesh, highlight with a bit of GW golden yellow..