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Matt^329

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Nigel...I am late to this party but I am really enjoying your tips and tricks.  Learning a Lot!  Thank-you for your time and effort to help us fellow modelers.
 

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John, you are more than welcome.
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Ahh see i would have tried to do a tiny wee dot for the eyes at the end probably then messed it all up, Cheers mate... need to add some skin tones onto my next order too and some figures to practice on



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oh i missed so much, i only read to the first page, il need to catch the rest tomorrow
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Ahh see i would have tried to do a tiny wee dot for the eyes at the end probably then messed it all up, Cheers mate... need to add some skin tones onto my next order too and some figures to practice on




You don't always need to put a white dot on an eye. Think about it...the white dot is used to make the eye look reflective. What I do is use a hight gloss on the eye instead, that way the white dot effect follows you around. Eyes are wet...wet them with high gloss...use the varnish as a paint.



It works.

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Okay...think for this Topic I'm finished. I've added dust to the figure to weather.
The following photographs are showing the figure in an old 1980's model of the Chieftain (that's 30 years of dust on that model...you can't buy that effect), and has been used for display purposes only. The figure will sit (or stand!) Lower within the final diorama, and will undergo a few changes.



I hope that you can take something away from this quick paint and show that you can produce good figure painting with little effort to compliment you diorama.

Thank you for looking in, and good luck with your modelling..

edit..that side pistol is terrible. ..it's got to go........[wink]

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Not doing anymore of these tuitions, there really isn't a call for it. This is obviously just an Aircraft model forum and no place for miniatures.
Oh well, can't say I didn't try............

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Well thanks for taking the time to put this one up anyway ... and yeah it does seem to only planes people are interested in here sadly...
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Thanks Steven, hope it has been of some help.
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