Leopards paws

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leopard
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new light has arrived, fecking heck I can actually see stuff again, makes painting stuff like collars a lot easier. just need to get used to the lack of depth perception and will be up and running.

variable light colour temperature from a warm yellow through to a very harsh blue/white, variable brightness too.

made a start painting trousers on 50 more infantry...

Guesty
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I need me a good lamp

Baldie
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Luke apps did a review on a good one, it is actually a sheet of LEDs so does need to be mounted, I just bought a good led hobby craft daylight floor lamp.

leopard
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a few picture updates!

Hanoverian Regiment, sans flags which I don't have or base scatter but otherwise good to use (Warlord Models)
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British Royal Artillery (Warlord Models)
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British Officer (Warlord Models - from the Black Powder II Starter)
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in the background are 50 odd British line infantry I'm now starting on

Guesty
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Thing of beauty

Baldie
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Simply wonderfull

leopard
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Guesty wrote:
Sat Jan 30, 2021 5:12 pm
Thing of beauty
the uniforms were the real draw to doing this in 28mm, they take an age to paint this way but look good when done, didn't take a pic as it was too dark but having had the French laid out as five regiments looked quite impressive.. and there are three more still to do.

British look better

Guesty
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I would love some nap types to play such as Sharpe Practice/Black Powder but i fear it is above and beyond for my skill/dedication. Keep up the good work

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Guesty wrote:
Sat Jan 30, 2021 6:51 pm
I would love some nap types to play such as Sharpe Practice/Black Powder but i fear it is above and beyond for my skill/dedication. Keep up the good work
I have a reasonably large28mm Russian force and have yet to paint any of them myself.
I did just pick up some cossacks and have 3 more brigades of inf that I will have a crack at after putting more time into the 6mm DBN project.

leopard
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Guesty wrote:
Sat Jan 30, 2021 6:51 pm
I would love some nap types to play such as Sharpe Practice/Black Powder but i fear it is above and beyond for my skill/dedication. Keep up the good work
I've got French and British, when things open if you fancy a game its easy to do

probably have enough of the 95th to do something specific to them as well

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