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    Norm S
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    The detail is on the figure so …. with my tongue out the side of my mouth, breath holding and magnifiers on over my glasses, i set about putting the moustache in ……. Doh, I’ve got brown moustache colour on the face now …… need to go in with flesh and tidy that up!

    figures painted, varnished and based and suddenly, when the figure is grouped and  not 6” from my nose or cruelly examined by digital photography, who would know whether there was a moustache there or not!

    I can’t help myself painting these things like they are 28’s and that is a problem!

    #141471
    vexillia
    Participant

    Practice, dear boy.  Practice.

     

    It’s when you start to do eyes like Steve Dean that you need to worry.

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    #141474
    Mike
    Keymaster

    Don’t make me get out my 6mm taches!

    😀

    #141476
    Andrew Beasley
    Participant

    Hairy bits first, flesh last was the only way I could get close.

    #141478
    Norm S
    Participant

    It’s when you start to do eyes like Steve Dean that you need to worry”.

    Beautiful.

    I am junking my stuff and going to 54mm 🙂

    #141510
    mark leslie
    Participant

    Well, His Royal Majesty looks annoyed, which I find annoying because when I paint 15’s the best I can get is surprise or bewilderment.

    Unintentional surprise and bewilderment that is.

    #141521
    gamegonegood
    Participant

    do they put the detail for hair in the moustache 🙂 if they do you could add grey 🙂

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