- 01/11/2019 at 11:58 #125647
I’ve been playing again:
It now takes me less time to do militia than Continentals! I’m sold on this method now, so will do a step by step guide on the next unit to show that painting militia is not that difficult. You just have to… ‘let go’…
More nonsense on my blog: http://battle77.blogspot.com/01/11/2019 at 18:14 #125691Truls Engebakken-FjellParticipant
Very nice, great shades on the hunting shirt.02/11/2019 at 12:22 #125731
Cheers! It’s just Army Painter spray primers with a thin wash of Vallejo Smoke. I used Desert Sand, Skeleton Bone and White. Although I painted over the latter with Vallejo off-white, I’m not sure it really needed it. I need more militia so that will give me the excuse to try more shades!
More nonsense on my blog: http://battle77.blogspot.com/02/11/2019 at 18:03 #125757Tony SParticipant
Absolutely lovely figures you’ve done! I always somehow feel guilty over such “cheating”. I’ve done the same thing for WW1 Russians – coloured khaki primer and wash and pick out the various bits of kit and they’re done and look great.
Perhaps it’s my innate thriftiness – if I take longer painting castings the “proper” way, then I might buy less figures!
Which, of course, is completely a false presumption. My unpainted pile would perhaps be smaller, but I think my credit card would continue to be as abused as ever.03/11/2019 at 05:35 #125777McKinstryParticipant
I like both the end product and the simplicity of the process.
The tree of Life is self pruning.03/11/2019 at 13:22 #125798
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