Tuesday, 11 June 2013

Charrrge! My first 28mm mounted: Foundry Companion

I've spent the last few days painting new 28mm for my Successor army. I really like the idea of the 100 Ancients painting club at the lead adventure forum. Nothing like a comman project to keep you motivated. So, after my four skirmishers, it was time to go mounted. And here is the first one from a group of three which will be mounted on a base, to represent a unit of heavy cavalry for Art de la guerre.

 J'ai passe les derniers jours a continuer la peinture de mon armee 28mm. Franchement, rien de mieux qu'un projet commun, comme celui du LAF ou du forum jeuxdeguerre pour entretenir les pinceaux. Cette fois j'ai decide de faire des montes, et voici donc le premier compagnon d'un groupe de trois pour faire ma petite plaquette.











I had told you I would do some experiments. Well, the flesh is a bit different, and I've started blendings on the coat. I'm getting there, though it's hard.

En ce qui concerne mes experiences, j'ai change ma maniere de faire la chair, et je me lance dans le blending, sur le manteau.

20 comments:

  1. Very nicely done. The facial expression really shows up well. Nice work on the cape too. Best, Dean

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  2. Looking very good Seb. Stepping up to 28's looks to be a good move for you

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  3. Très joli, un visage très expressif!

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  4. Great work Seb, the face really sells it!

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  5. He looks superb Seb, great job Sir.

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  6. belle peinture et le visage est cool mais il a l'air de souffrir

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    1. mais non, il crie pour se donner du courage

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  7. Vraiment très sympa cette peinture !!

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  8. Nicely painted and what a great animated pose too!

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  9. Bravo ! Tu défends bien en 28mm !

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  10. Great looking figure. I love the face on this one.

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