Great progress, Roger, and now I see what you meant about the shadows ;)
"Oathbreakers! Why have ye come?"
And a voice was heard out of the night that answered him, as if from far away:
"To fulfil our oath...
Roger that. Gazer, here is an earlier thread (October 2019) that mentions that they had ceased publishing:...
Thomas Sowell is one of the wisest people of our time.
"Could we have kippers for breakfast
Mummy dear, Mummy dear?
Gotta have 'em in Texas
'Cause everyone's a millionaire"
The size of the fish you want to model will be a factor, too. Atlantic cod can go from about 2 feet to 4 feet in length.
By the way, my grandfather used to make salt cod-baccala-at Easter, no, for Good Friday dinner. He used to soak it in the bathtub for a day or two,...
Wow, Del, that has probably never been asked before, anywhere in the hobby! :)
The only things I can think of that come close-sets of food, various...
Welcome to the Planet! That's some beautiful work! The grenadier is outstanding, that's my favorite from that group.
Terry's update brings me back to this thread. I finally assembled and installed the hutch back on my bench:
Like you, Terry, I had thought...
Welcome to the Planet, Johan!
I'm afraid I can't offer good advice for a thinning ratio for eyes. I use a wet palette with acrylics, and I just...
You beat me to it, Roger! But natural for a sailor to think of that ;)
My mind went back to the Revell ship models I build as a kid. They...
I don't know what it's for, either, but I'm fairly certain it pre-dates use during the Napoleonic period. There are illustrations of Ziethen, for...
I like the shading on his Kollet, your shades of yellow are nicely muted. Looking again at his breeches, though, the shadows seem to me a hair dark....
Nice to see a post from you again, Roger! Are you ashore for a while? Good start on this figure! I look forward to your next update.
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