Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by moskowa, Oct 8, 2008.
This is my last job, is an Irish soldier of regiment a siege of Turin 1706
Davide. Very very nice. Oils I assume? The red surcoat is very dark and well contrasted. I really like the groundwork and the placement of the support visuals on the groundwork make you walk around the base. If you could share with us your palette for your reds, I know I'm always up for new recipes. Again, great work.
This is a coversion of the Hecker and Goros Bavarian artillery figure isn't it? I was wondering what to do with this figure since H and G mucked it up I really like what you have done
Davide, welcome to the Planet! Very nice work here. As Steve mentioned, your reds are fantastic!
Very nice painting Davide. I like your ground work too.
Kind regards John.
bellissima idea... è un pezzo che avevo adocchiato da tempo e che prima o poi acquisterò.
Notevole anche la pittura, complimenti!
ciao da Verona.
Great work,welcome to the planet!!!
Thanks to all, I really like this website, there will be other pctures of figures of this historical period
My red palette is oil color:
Red deep cadmiun,
Red light cadmium
Lukas color and Winsor & Newton
You couldn't have posted this at a better time I am painting the same figure as a member of the Clare Regt.Your work is inspiring and the pictures MOST useful
This is absolutely great and clean painting.
The red is awesome.
Excellent painting, like said before the reds are superb!
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