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Roman Soldier flat

Discussion in 'Painting Techniques' started by PJ Deluhery, Mar 6, 2007.

  1. PJ Deluhery Active Member

    I have not put up any of my recent work, so here goes. All comments and criticisms welcome.

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  2. periklis_sale Member

    Nice one mate!!!! Never done a flat figure. I would like to seem more shine on the lorica segmentata tho!!! But it is personal taste!!!
  3. vergilius New Member

    Maybe a little more shine but very well done.
    What material did you use to make the tittle?
  4. PJ Deluhery Active Member

    Thanks for your comments.

    The title was made on a computer. I printed the text on a piece of computer paper, cut the paper a bit larger than I needed, got it wet with water, then took a pin and frayed the edges. I then washed some burnt umber acrylic paint into the frayed areas working from light towards the center to dark towards the edges. It was then mounted with white glue.

    I have been concentrating on flats for the last two years or so in an effort to improve my work. I find that flats are relatively cheap, need less storage space, and there is a large number of subjects to choose from. If you have the urge, give it a try!

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