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Here goes.. NY 1st Infantry Saratoga WIP

Discussion in 'Painting Techniques' started by CDNTanker25, Nov 18, 2007.

  1. CDNTanker25 New Member

    Well I took some advice, stripped the figure for the last time, and now I think I've got it. Just a couple of pics highlighting the uniform work and a glimpse on the flesh work until I can take better pics with the flesh tones really showing up.. no chalkiness, no streaks, I'm happy! Please rip it apart and let me know what you think.. this is only my second figure, and well after much frustration, this is what I've done today!

    This is to show the uniform work I've got so far. You will notice in the next pic that I've fixed the demarcation lines for the straps and fixed some "out of the lines' painting.

    This is the best pic I could get for the face work...

    again, comments, criticism and anything are welcome!
  2. Guy A Fixture

    You're on the right track James. he is looking good. Keep at it.
  3. vergilius New Member

    great start
    pics are a bit dark though

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