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australian light horse

Discussion in 'Painting Techniques' started by steve j, Apr 2, 2014.

  1. steve j Active Member

    ok guys need help with the khaki? on this i was thinking maybe model master faded olive drab base under an oil mix of i dont know can anyone help
    Ventress and crf like this.
  2. Wayneb A Fixture

    Hello Steve,
    Looks like one heckuva nice paint job to me.I'm sure the Aussies will give you a good opinion.This one is on my temptation list.
    ....Keep up the good work.....by the way for me khaki is a tough color...so many variations...Regards.....Wayne
  3. steve j Active Member

    think you've miss understood guys the picture is the box art
  4. alamac Well-Known Member

    Hi Steve
    I use windsor & newton oils and a base mix for khaki try raw umber and raw sienna or if you want greener tint use raw umber green shade and raw sienna , you can also use a small amount of yellow ochre and play around with the mix until your happy with it, hope it helps
  5. tonydawe A Fixture

    Vallejo - English Uniform with a touch of Russian green works for me.

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