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Russian Cuirassier Malorossian Regiment

Posted by loosingar on 26 Jul 2013, 20:59

Malorossian cuirassier officer

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My mistakes:
1. Color officer's lanyard by broadsword must be is a silver canvas, not a red leather stripe.
2. Shabraques lace must be a gold lace, not a yellow color.
3. Buttons on the breeches must be silver, not gray
4. The collar of the tunic should be white edging, not a yellow.
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Posted by Peter on 26 Jul 2013, 21:11

Great painted cavalry figure! :thumbup:

And welcome :thumbup:
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Posted by Ben Bob on 27 Jul 2013, 01:42

Welcome to the forum! Your painting is very good, and I can tell you put a lot of research into this project.
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Posted by Zed1 on 27 Jul 2013, 08:34

loosingar wrote:My mistakes:
1. Color officer's lanyard by broadsword must be is a silver canvas, not a red leather stripe.
2. Shabraques lace must be a gold lace, not a yellow color.
3. Buttons on the breeches must be silver, not gray
4. The collar of the tunic should be white edging, not a yellow.


Hello and welcome aboard!
Well - you could drybrush with a soft tone golden colour, so that the shabraque looks more correct.
Silver is - by some - emulated by painting several shades of grey which assemble to a dull metal look. That works not too good in that small scale, but you could try placing a tiny dot of lighter grey on top of the button to reach a similar result.
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Posted by loken32 on 27 Jul 2013, 08:36

:love: :love:
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Posted by KenzoSato on 28 Jul 2013, 11:19

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Posted by leifkarl1112 on 29 Jul 2013, 19:24

Regardless of historical acuracy, these are painted to an exceptional standard! :thumbup:

Karl.
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Posted by loosingar on 23 Jan 2018, 21:48

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Posted by Graeme on 25 Jan 2018, 11:52

That figure is exceptionally well painted, the horse too.
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Posted by Marvin on 25 Jan 2018, 20:34

:thumbup: Nice work on the horse!
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Posted by Beano Boy on 26 Jan 2018, 03:35

I cannot see any of the first set of figures.
I can on the last four. Bravo!
Very good painting job. BB
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Posted by loosingar on 23 Mar 2018, 21:32

first set is broken link.
press "gallery" link for more view
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