Painting and Wargaming (mostly) Flames of War in South Africa
Very nice work. Excellent in fact.cheers
Stunning work! I'd be happy to paint like that in 28mm!
Amazing dude, truly amazing. How long did they take?
Thanks guys.Dave: I take about 60-90 min per figure, excluding varnishing and basing. It depends on the actual figure, the amount of equipment carried, weapon carried, camouflage, whether I am mixing highlights or using something straight out of the bottle, and so on. Some days I paint faster, some days slower, but the above is pretty accurate as I have timed my self in the past.CdlT
Outstanding as usual!Christopher
Lovely work once again.
Lovely work! I wish I could paint like you! Could you tell me what brushes are you using? Could you also make tutorial how are you painting German uniforms? PleaseKuba
Thanks Jakub. Brushes: mostly Windsor & Newton Series 7, size 0 or a 1 usually.A German tutorial is on the to do list, will be a few weeks yet though as I'm a bit busy at the moment.CdlT
Thanks for info :). Cant wait for the tutorial. And another question are kolinsky= windsor and newton?Is this your brush http://crusader.pl/vallejo-18000-red-sable-kolinsky-0.html ?This is polish site and I think about this brush, is it good?Kuba
I'm not sure, I have no experience with vallejo brushes, so can't help there.I get my W&N from Antenocitis Workshop:http://www.antenocitisworkshop.com/CdlT