Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Perry WotR Infantry - 2nd Box - WIP+1

Block-painted and freshly stained with Minwax. Still have the fully armored guys and the two musicians to paint, but this is the bulk of the figures from the second War of the Roses Infantry box for the Bosworth Field project.
I like how the rivets/studs show up on the rear of the brigandine jackets.
They'll be given a shot of Testors Dullcote when dried - and some highlighting will also be added.

Here they are block painted right before the stain was brushed on.

17 comments:

  1. The red, blue and green really unify the troops. I like that pale tan as well.

    Such a difference from base coat to finished product. Nicely done!

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    1. Thanks a lot, Anne. Appreciate your visit and taking the time to post the nice comments. Best, Dean

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  2. Really detailed work Dean , compliments .
    Cheers .

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    1. Ah, you are far too kind, Vincent. The staining over block painting cannot come close to your masterful brushwork. Best, Dean

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  3. Superb detail Dean very nice indeed

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  4. They look fantastic Dean! I wish I could paint as fast as you!

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  5. Great work! You are churning out these WofR figures at a rapid clip! This is going to be a handsome army.

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  6. Thank you all very much for the nice and encouraging comments! Much appreciated. Dean

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  7. An amazing transition, from start to finish! It's humbling that you can paint 32 minis (in livery) days. That's a months work for me.

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    1. Ah, Monty, you're too kind as well. Thank you very much for your sentiments. You know the hardest thing for these was ensuring the Minwax went on dark enough in some spots and not pooling in other spots. :) Best, Dean

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  8. Really good work! Love that colors! ;-)

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  9. You really have a knack with the stain mate. Wonderful stuff. Really looking forward to seeing this army in full array.

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  10. No doubt super quick work with that minwax!

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  11. Appreciate the kind comments, Michael & Scott. Best, Dean

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  12. Pretty nifty stuff, yet I am not sure what to think of the rounded bases... I guess they have to grow on me. In either way I can't wait to see the finished products.

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