"I am not a huge fan of imaginary armies": yet you magnificiently paint imaginary units!Compliments,Jean-LouisP.S: any pics of previous years' units? I think I know of one on the OSW group, but your pics are so mouth-watering...
Great to have some fresh posts John. As I am currently working on some horses your photos and writing are an inspiration. A very elegant unit and an intriguing alternative history.Black Bob
Glad to see you back in the saddle John - i've missed your blog updates. A friend of mine uses oil washes over coloured undercoats and gets a finish very similar to yours. I still use the oil dab method on top of a white undercoat (usually followed by one of more darker oil washes) - it's very time consuming, but it's what i am comfortable with so will probably not change. BTW have you tried liquin in your oil washes - it speeds up drying time to a few hours..?
Give you joy of your figures ,Sir! Fantastic work and so inspirational!best wishesAlan
As Jean Louis says, you should take a picture of the entire imaginary army that you have collected.
A very brave-looking unit indeed. And I really like the colors you've used and the textures you've achieved.-- Jeff
Post a Comment