Wednesday, 19 January 2011

Quick Kilt Painting (all scales)

Bloody expensive stuff  but it works wonders!!!

Hello  Unlucky General  and Chris. Look here to see a great Empire Riflemen on Chris´s Blog :-) and here for a range of nice bods ranging from Ancients to modern at The unlucky generals Blog  (he´s got two by the way...the other is for 28mm medievals.:- )

10 comments:

  1. I remember about 20 years ago - Military Modelling magazine ran a review of 'Tartan Paint' - in the April issue...
    It's a damn shame no such product exists in reality.

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  2. :-D It would be good eh? I recently bought a set of spanners for lefthanded people...great things, you can use them with the right hand as well and you wouln´t be able to tell the difference :-D and as for my left/right handed pencil set...
    Cheers
    Paul

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  3. Nice pull of the leg...One would hope!

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  4. Hopefully the same manufacturer will release Flecktarn paint.

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  5. :-)I like the cleaning advice!

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  6. That would go well with my left-handed screwdriver and hammer.

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  7. That would be useful would it not.

    Cheers
    Christopher

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  8. I think in the end the brush cleaning costs would be prohibitive!

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  9. Actually some tools are dangerous when not designed for us lefties. The one that scares me the most when I use it is a Circular Saw. If not a left handed one, hands are on the wrong side and awfully close to the blade.
    Left handed screwdrivers and spanners might have icons to tell you which way to turn. I always get it wrong and blame it on having my brain on backward...

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