Thursday, 18 April 2013

Austrian cuirassiers Regt. Nr 8 (pt 3)

Nearly there. 200 done and dusted for the Croeburn dio..only another 50 or so to go........:-D



22 comments:

  1. Two words....fecking impressive!!!!!

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  2. Nice.. insane.. but nice :)

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  3. Wawh is titanic work!
    Impressive .

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  4. Simply fantastic. And for a fantastic project aswell!

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  5. Yep, WOW is the favorite expression being used today here at Mr. Bod's Place.

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  6. I don't know what to say other than that is very cool. Well done.

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  7. Holy cow Paul-that's just, Wow, Wow, Wow.

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  8. 200 !!!

    Amazing sight Paul !!!

    best regards Michael

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  9. There was something to paint :)

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  10. Now that it is seriously impressive!!!

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  11. Now way?! WAY! Paul, the mind boggles. Amazing work. Best, Dean

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  12. Amazing... and yet, when you realize 200 men and horses would just be a SQUADRON, you get some feeling of what a Cavalry charge might have looked (and felt) like to receiving Infantry!

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  13. WOW, WOW, WOW. wow wow wooow wow wow. OK I am done. great stuff!

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  14. Very, very impressive!!!
    Phil.

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  15. You have to make some kind of tutorial for how you'll be able to paint so fast .... amazing

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    1. I don´t know if that would be possible. I´m not very good with making films so it would be photos only.
      Basically it´s down to a direct use of colour or better said a targeted use of colour.
      With these it´s a bit like factory work, I paint a few to start with to work out which sequence of colours I can use so less time is wasted on mixing, which are the larger areas of colour and then which details need doing first or last.
      The same sort ouf method works with small batches of bods but it depends on the period that´s being painted.
      I´ll give it some thought, maybe I can create some sort of how to.

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  16. Yeah, for sheer output alone that's impressive, but they look good too.

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  17. Impressive work! Really very nice!!!

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  18. Wow that's an impressive array of cavalry :)

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