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Wednesday, 21 March 2012

Russian Artillery (Part 3)

Good day guys!

Plenty of things to do yesterday (work, cleaning the house a bit, wash some clothes, ironing - yes, I do it on my own, no cheeky laughs if you please), but, I managed to finish the bases of my painted figs and to paint three more (bases unpainted yet, but you get an idea of the way I'm working...).

These are for my Winter - Snow artillery section group.


I hope you like them!

T.

10 comments:

  1. These are very nice, Sir. The clothing and equipment really are nicely done. And the snow on the ground looks cold!

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    1. Thanks Jay.
      It's baking soda, simple as it sounds! :)

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  2. They are looking wonderful! I love the basing; it really sets your painting off nicely.

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    1. You know what they say, the foundation of the house (base of the fig) is what keeps it steady!Thank you! :)

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  3. I feel the cold from over here, nice work Thanos....

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    1. Thanks Fran!
      I am curious to read stories of people that were fighting back in that period, to see what they were writing about fighting a war in such conditions. :)

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    1. Thanks Rodger!
      PVA and Baking soda! :)
      When you lack the sources, you get inventive! :)

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  5. Very nice... they will make a great companion to any gun

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    1. Thanks mate!
      That's what I hope! :)

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