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Bronco Marder II


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14 hours ago, DocRob said:

Looks like a display made by Vlad the Impaler :D, but great progress on the other hand. Faces are looking good, I definitely have to try some myself. Are you planning to matte coat the cloth?

Cheers Rob

I will definitely matte the hell out of it.  Clothing is no place to shine.  Unless you've wearing sequins.

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11 hours ago, Martinnfb said:

Savagery, but I like it. 

 

11 hours ago, Peterpools said:

Gaz

Nice progress on the figures and fully appreciate the "how To" images.

Looking mighty good

Keep 'em comin

Peter

Thank you, fellas.

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Anyway...   Saturday is here, and I wanted to get some work done before going out to the pub with some workmates.  We don't do much else together since they don't build models and I don't do whatever they do with their free time.  Anyway...   The wife will pick me up once I'm ready.  I'm gonna get ripped.  Screwdriver is my thing.

Anyway...   here is today's work:

 

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15 hours ago, DocRob said:

Great progress with the highlighting Gaz, I only never liked the pure black for belts and boots too much. 

Cheers Rob

Not so fast, meine freund.  The black is only the base coat.  Something for the aqueous acrylics to hold on to.

23 hours ago, Kaireckstadt said:

Awesome progress Gary! 
And thank you also for the explanations of your steps. 

Thank you, Kai.

12 hours ago, Peterpools said:

Gaz

Nice progress on the figures and as always, appreciate to tutorials.

Keep 'em comin

Peter

Thank you, Peter.  My method, borrowed from others is pretty much all written out.  So most likely won;t have anything new to add.

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Gaz

Still not the same as watching and learning as you go through all the figure painting steps - every time you paint figures for your builds, I follow each update very carefully and slowly the steps and tricks are creeping into my subconscious. No doubt, it will happen that I’ll take the plunge not to far down the road and attempt a figure or two with a build of my own.

Much appreciated the time Out in to your updates

Keep ‘em comin

Peter

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