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Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by johnnyboy, Sep 22, 2004.

  1. johnnyboy New Member

    hi guys here is another piece i have been workin on just have to paint the tarten but have been affraid lol anyway let me know what you think.thanks johnny [IMG]
  2. Alpenflage New Member

    Figure looks awesome John. Flesh-tones are dead-on. The metallics look great too ! Last time I saw this figure it just had the black primer.

    Can't wait to see how it comes out !

    Dig you ever get anymore of that groundwork stuff you told me about ? Let me know.

    Prost !!

    Alpen
  3. johnnyboy New Member

    thanks bob i will bring that ground work to ya this weekend. i appreciate you commenting thanks johnny
  4. Jim Hockett Member

    Johnny,
    I like the flesh tones and the chain, but I am especially impressed with the work on the horns (antlers?). Very nice. But tartan on a 28mm figure? :eek: I like to paint men in skirts, but there is a limit to my insanity. Best of luck and a steady hand to you.

    Jim
  5. johnnyboy New Member

    thanks jim i have been doing some of these scale figures latley because my son 13 has shown intrest in gaming and painting,so i figured what better way to get him into the hobby and teach him how to paint.well thanks for commenting i appreciate it johnny
  6. Anders Heintz Well-Known Member

    Country:
    United-States
    Great stuff man, love the flesh and the horns! Have fun with that tartan lol!
  7. johnnyboy New Member

    thanks anders i appreciate it,yeah the tarten will be a joy huh lol thanks again johnny
  8. KeithP Active Member

    Country:
    United-States
    The horns on the helm look perfect. How did you do that?

    Keith
  9. Alex M. Active Member

    Country:
    Canada
    I really like the horns!!

    I don't know how you do tartan in 28mm...i've had enough problems with camo in that scale..tartan is just impossible to me..

    can't wait to see !

    -Alex
  10. johnnyboy New Member

    hi keith ok the horns i base coated with games workshops bubonic brown the highlight is gw bone then i used mmp black weathering powder for the base of the horns.i am thankfull for you comments thanks again johnny ps i know alex i am wondering how i will pull it off lol
  11. KeithP Active Member

    Country:
    United-States
    I guess I better try check out those game workshops paints. This is a very fine rendition of horn / bone. I am trying to find a good mix for the same for the helm of a Teutonic Grand Master. Bit tired of the standard black.

    Also, re-tartan in 28mm. Man, if you can pull that off, 90 mm tartans should be a breeze! Look forward to seeing this done!

    Keith

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