Monday, 8 August 2011

Long range desert group patrol at rest 1/72, WIP PT2.

Hello all,

Not a lot to say about these so I wont waffle on like I normally do.
I have painted 5 now and 4 more to go.I now have my second set of Revell/Matchbox LRDG set so that is now in the pipe line.But it will have to wait for my T-55 build to start (if your reading this Paul).
The usual Vallejo Iraqi sand for the trousers and leather brown for the waist coat, flat flesh and a bloody good wash with burnt umber, with a good dusting of Tamiya weathering powder for good measure.
3/4's of an hour to paint all three!





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Cheers for looking,    Rich.

4 comments:

Remco said...

Hey Rich,

I realy like these poses and figs.
You did a splendit job on these, cant wait until the vignette is ready!

Paul said...

These look super. I like the attitude of these figures.

Soldiers the world over are all the same.

Nice work. I will drag my T55 box out then, watch this space.

Regards Paul

mork6969 said...

Nice work, I like them! What do you use for the washing? Dilluted Oil-colours?

west1871 said...

Cheers lads,

I only used Vallejo Iraqi sand for the base colour and Vallejo wash burnt umber and thats it, bloody simple which for a thickie like is what I need!

Cheers Rich.