Modelling,Painting and Wargaming historical themes
Another excellent addition :)CdlT
yet again an other nicely painted platoon.
Now, where is the close-up of these beauties??Nice to see you painting... I am not at the moment so I need to have lots of eye candy around to keep me going. :)
Thank you guys!Doc,just click the pictures and you should get a much closer picture if your curious.CheersChristopher
I did! Wasn't close enough for me! :)
I see,well next group I'll try a closer shot without distortion setting in as often happens on the small scales.I want to see more of your Russians btw.:-)CheersChristopher
Nice as always Chritopher!CheersJan
Very, very nice my friend. Love your camouflage, blends in great with your bases. Are you using some type of sand/ballast on your bases or a putty?
Thank you Gentlemen.:-)The base is first a filler layer and then when the base is finished I add a fine sand layer to the top followed by grass and foliage.CheersChristopher
Hey Christopher.I had the impression that the last 15cm you posted were a bit closer to the camera. I might be mislead by the photos though.I want to see more of the Russians as well. :) I was experimenting with varnishes last week and soon I'll be moving away for a little while, so I don't want to start anything I can't finish. I will be taking paints with me so hopefully I'll be drinking vodka by the Volga again soon. ;) Besides I am participating in the Sweetwater swap so I had that miniature to paint. I just finished that one, so I hope I can take a picture in 2 or 3 days after the varnish has dried.
That's very perceptive Doc!You are correct in that the last set were closer,but unfortunately in this group the close ups came out badly(distorted)and so I had to reduce the size a little bit to have a presentable picture,although I didn't shrink it very much at all and that just shows not much escapes your attention!:-)CheersChristopher
Haha! Well, you'd be surprised. :)Next time I'll use my ruler.
These really are some of the best painted FoW figures I've seen. Top quality, Christopher (as usual). Lovely basing too - another calling card of yours!Best wishesGiles