Updates photos and articles on how to paint; 28mm and 40mm figures
More fantastic work Sir! Just as a matter of interest do the artillerymen count on the infancy tally?
Really love those! I've got to paint some myself in a month or so. What blues did you use?Cheers, Simon
Love the Perry. They look great. Any howitzers?
I can see the howitzer on the top left.
Supurb Kent!I'm off to the bach for the rest of the week so can't game this week to test them out :( How about next week? Dave is keen to join us. Craig
Great painting Kent, they look very impressive!!!
Beautiful painting and nice basing too. Best, Dean
Very good work, the basing is excellent and always the most challenging aspect for me
Fantastic painting Kent.
Lovely work - would you care to share your recipe for painting the woodwork on the guns? I've still not found a decent set of acrylic paints for French artillery.Best wishesGiles
the wood work is velljio reflective green base coat ( do the metal as well) the coat whole gun in Devlan mud wash (citadel) then repaint the wood grain in reflective green again. If you want you can then do a extra wood grain high light by adding a very small amount of sky grey to the green, the guns in these pictures don't have the last highlight on them