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Tuesday, 6 December 2011

On the Workbench: 28mm Picts (Gripping Beast)

Preview photos of my first attempt in a long while at painting tartan cloth.

I painted the lines onto the basecoat then gave the whole lot a light brown wash before going over the basecoat again. I did it this way to try and blend the lines into the cloth a little and avoid it looking like painted on lines. Model is more of a 'test piece' than a finished wok

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