1/32 Andrea Miniatures Waffen SS Flammenwerfer

Discussion in 'Painting Techniques' started by Grenh3, Feb 4, 2014.

  1. Grenh3 New Member

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    Good Morning to all!

    I have just finished my recent 1/32 conversion of an Andrea Miniatures figure with a head swap for a fantastic Hornet head. The figure was painted in Vallejo model color and finished with an Andrea Miniatures wood base and their fantastic snow.I tried to replicate different sheens from flat to the satin shine of the helmet and flamethrower to glossfor wet snow and mud. I used Jaume Ortiz's Oak leaf mixture from his article on Timelines forum although I over faded the pants. All comments and questions are greatly appreciated!

    Thank you for looking,

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  2. Ferris A Fixture

    Very nice work.
    At first I thought a Hornet head would look too small on a 1/32nd scale figure, but in this case the smallish head emphasises the thick padded clothing, making a good fit overall.
    Nice overall colours and balance with the groundwork!

    Cheers,
    Adrian
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  3. swralph A Fixture

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