DBN

the world that once was and its many conflicts from pre-historical through to more recent events with a grounding in reality
Baldie
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Re: DBN

Post by Baldie »

Made a stat.
Boring bits of cleaning em up ready for undercoat.

I have seen great reports where they use black undercoat so it is already black lined.
Personally on 6mm I like a white undercoat so i can see what i am doing.

leopard
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Re: DBN

Post by leopard »

pale grey is good for a bit of "best of both", can see what you are doing, plus its not glaring if you miss something.

easy alternative is prime black, drybrush white or a pale grey, two or three lighter drybrushes like that and you're not fair off painting them with washes and finding its all nicely pre-shaded...

Baldie
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Re: DBN

Post by Baldie »

Will give it a go.
Still got crap loads of Impetus ones to finish yet, dont get me started on 15mm and 28mm.

leopard
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Re: DBN

Post by leopard »

when we all started up with 6mm I was very tempted with Napoleonic stuff, to match the 28mm forces, probably French, once new job has stabilised I may still consider this

still no idea where my Romans are... really need to get the funds sorted first to sort the back room/office out

Baldie
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Re: DBN

Post by Baldie »

I am def getting my room done this year

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