Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by Mike Stevens, Sep 21, 2014.
Here's my latest.
All comments welcome. Painted in Acrylics.
Excellent work on a very beautiful figure.
This is lovely painting,like the woodgrain.
Really nice . I guess that these over contrasted photos don't make justice to the paint work
Great work , Mike. It´s a shame, but the 2nd regiment, the Frederick life guards, has a uniform a bit different to others. They wore colbacks instead of mirlitons, and the dolman and pellise had a lace around the braids.
Nicely done, Mike! A lovely figure.
I nice clean and crisp work on this figure.
Nice work Mike! Look forward to seeing him in Chicago.
Clean and perfect paintwork.
Sweet paint Mike, you do very well with those 54's!
see ya in Chicago!
Beatiful work on a very nice figure.
I can't wait for Chicago to see this and other pieces like it in the flesh... so to speak
Excellent work Mike!
Something else to see in Chicago!!
Lovely work all around Mike.
Well, if we're being really precise, they weren't Frederick's life guards, they were simply the Ziethen-Husaren. Frederick's only bodyguard cavalry was the Garde du Corps. But your point is well taken.
Well pointed Brad!
Military miniatures painted by Eduardo Garcia
I wish I had paid attention to the Plates. It would have been an easy conversion.
Thanks for looking guys, I appreciate the feedback.
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