Speaking of armored cars, does the LW PDF for the ' Inns of The Courts'list get anyone else's interest piqued?It looks fast & furious :)You think Jason Statham could find a role as a tough cockney 'sod-off dingo' driver in the action film version ?
I like the Inns of Court list, but I am not sure it is going to be competitive. That's one heck of a Recce move, though!
Nice, they look great and the terrain and photography really capture the essence. Best, Dean
what's the make?
2 Humber LRCs and 2 Humber IVs
Really nice work Jon, the highlighting method of using bleached bone (kind of) were you inspired by Agis Neugebauer (spelling?) over at LAF/Steve Dean forums or did you come up with it yourself?I think it is a fantastic and bold way of making vehicle highlights.
Very cool. I just got some Humbars in the mail for my Desert Rats ar car list that I am working on. It won't be very competitive, but it will be fun to play, as well as hopefully a way to strengthen my general play ability.
@Anatoli: I used Russian Green with Khaki and some White thrown in. I don't know of the blog you speak -- I have been painting since 1985 or so, so I just kind of developed my own style. I think the camera makes it look a little lighter than it is in person.
Ah I see, well that is one very distinct painting style and I've pretty much only seen this German guy Agis painting his 15 and 28mm models using that highlightning technique before. He is a hell of a painter, most of his 15mm stuff looks a LOT better than my best 28mm painting.http://www.adpublishing.de/html/15mm_us.html
@Anatoli - We must be long lost painting brothers seperated at birth. =)
I will be referring back to this when i get round to doing some cars.I really like how lived-in they look, which is a big point i strive to create in all my vehicles, it also lengthens the completion time :)Thanks for sharing!
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