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Soissonois Officer during Inspection, 1781 (Updated)

Discussion in 'vBench (Works in Progress)' started by MarquisMini, Jul 19, 2008.

  1. MarquisMini A Fixture

    Country:
    Argentina
    Hello all:

    Here are some updated photos of the officer. For the lapels, I used a mix of magenta and Napoleonic red, highlighted with light flesh. Shadows...I added more Prussian blue to the base color, with final shadows including a dab of black. Outlining was the same mix as the darkest shadow but thicker.

    Basecoat for vest - deck tan and offwhite, 1:1
    Basecoat for the pants - silver grey and deck tan, 1:1
    Basecoat for the gaiters - German winter tanker white, panzer aces 344 + stone grey

    Comments and feedback are welcomed and appreciated.
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  2. MinervaMini New Member

    Country:
    United-States
    Daniel,

    What an amazing figure this should be. Truly a unique pose and the character in the face is perfect both for his rank and for the era. Thank you for continuing to post your colors/palette. This is especially useful for a novice painter like myself.

    Highlights, shades, and incredibly precise outlining in the lapels demonstrate how finely a figure of this size must be painted. Looking forward to more pics!

    Regards,
    Julia

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