Historische Miniaturen

Historische Miniaturen
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FIGUREN-DIORAMEN-FAHRZEUGE-MILITÄR

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Samstag, 28. Januar 2012

Battle Of The Marne / Lieutenant, Royal Engineers Private, Army Service Corps, 1914

                   Sculpted by Nino Pizzichemi 






                                              2012                                                       

Kommentare:

  1. beautiful, as always! Great job on the leather, hair and piping on the uniform; excellent!

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  2. Very nice painting!
    Best regards.

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  3. Very nice painting, what colors you use for the face ..

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    1. Hi Danny,
      I use Vallejo Modelcolor.
      For the face: 70814 with 70876
      Highlighting: 70815
      Shadows: black

      I hope this will be a little help for you.
      Regards, Günther

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  4. Simply........THE BEST !!!!
    Hope next references, specially....
    ...Douglas Motorcycle !!!
    Without dubt....a must for me.
    Congrats Mr.Darren,Nino and Günther !!!
    Best regards from Spain

    www.santyagominiatures.blogspot.com

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  5. Hi Gunther.
    Very nice paint as usual.
    I find that both models have a real interaction between them.
    As always, a simple but effective presentation.
    Thank you for your response to my question about the straps guns.
    See you soon!
    yannick

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  6. thanks for this info Gunther,and Thank you for your response ....

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  7. Dear Gunther - I am new to world war 1 figures but was really impressed by the Tommys war figures you painted - what coulrs did you use for the uniform? Nick

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    1. Hi Nick, I used Model Color from vallejo. The colours are 70826, 70830 and 70950. I mixed them for the base colour of the uniform. Mix these 3 colours of your choice or wishes. So you can choose between the colours like more brownish or a green tone. If you need some good colourfull pictures of the uniforms, have a look at my blog, there is a link: " THE GREAT WAR SOCIETY". I hope I could help you. Greetings Günther

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