Thursday, November 23, 2006

Painted Figures - comparison



Here they are then. From the left, Mr White Undercoat, then Mr Black Drybrushed white undercoat and finally dull old Mr Black undercoat.

Personally spraking, I think the two blck undercoats look to work the best for this type of figure. I'll try three of my RSMs next and see how they go.

The Gardes Francaises need a new draft of troops.

3 comments:

Grand Duchy of Stollen 1768 said...

Hi there Greg,

Must admit that I agree with your assessment -- although my eye seems strangely drawn to the center figure a.k.a. "Mr. Black Drybrushed White." Seriously though, I like 'em all. Very nice brushwork!

Have a good day,

Stokes

Grimsby Mariner said...

Agree about that. The far right figure looks the best to me.

Bloggerator said...

Stokes - that will be the huge moustaches calling to you. You cannot resist them.

Thanks for the kind comments. I enjoyed painting them and the next batch are under way, getting perpared to invade Melbourne in 1885. More materials here: http://defence-of-melbourne.blogspot.com