And you said I was a building machine 😄
You've really captured the mood of the scene, dynamic but not un-realistic. Excellent job.
Nice Jerry he looks even better now...although given the imminent recoil I hope he doesn't expect to have any kids...
As always, your dio's look great. It's your figures in a wide variety of positions that's always caught my eye. A few attempts at figures were REALLY bad not only in painting, but seams where the body parts join together and until you mentioned it, never heard of Apoxy Sculpt. Learning how to use Milliput and found a Youtube video that seems to have solved that problem, but wondered what's the difference between Milliput vs Apoxy Sculpt.
Jerry,You really nailed the skin tone on the figure w/the 75 MM round. What brand of paint & what colors did you use in Your mixture ? He looks just like a soldier that'sbeen in the sun & hasn't cleaned up in a while. Great job. Keith R.
Looking good, Jerry. Figgies are coming along nicely.
Jerry, this is coming on brilliantly. Love the crew's natural poses and as usual you've nailed the painting of the cam down to a tee. I'm working on a similar project but it's nowhere near your league. If I can get it half as good as yours then I'll be happy. I'm using the Dragon Sturmpioneer set 6146 as my base figures as somehow (don't ask how as I don't know why) I've ended up with 5 sets so I'm going to do some more experimental surgery lol. Whatever you build is always a joy to watch as not just for the subject matter and detail but the photos showing your techniques which are invaluable. They're inspirational as they make us try new techniques as they don't look as intimidating as they did. Whether or not we can do them competently is however a different matter completely lol. Loving the build mate...Karl
Hi Jerry - fine work as always! And...not to sound like a broken record, thanks for posting your process; skip, thanks for posting your process; skip...!!!
Love the foil work and the shape of the belt is very convincing! Not sure what you have going on with the smock in the middle of his back? More gear to stow there? Maybe just angle or lighting.
Again, your guys look just like mini professionals going about their jobs ...BOOM!
Hi Jerry - yep, tumblin along like a tumbleweed...lol...as for me...work and non-model building stuff (life) have been taking my time...not all bad or good, but eating time. That said, I've got a new project creeping up to the workbench which I'll probably begin posting in a week or so. In the meantime, it's fun to watch others building good stuff! Btw - I use lead foil a lot these days - largely thanks to you!
Ok - keep building good stuff!