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Posted by tullo on 08 Jan 2022, 21:50

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Posted by Bluefalchion on 08 Jan 2022, 22:19

I love those old Atlantic figures. Is the shepherdess missing part of her hand?
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Posted by tullo on 08 Jan 2022, 22:26

yes of course sorry
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Posted by Kostis Ornerakis on 09 Jan 2022, 03:55

Excellent painting! :thumbup: :-D
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Posted by Wiking on 09 Jan 2022, 08:32

Not with me !

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Your work is always top !
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Posted by Patrick71 on 09 Jan 2022, 10:00

Very nice painting and beautiful scenery !
Thanks for sharing.
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Posted by C M Dodson on 09 Jan 2022, 10:18

Beautiful work.

Best wishes,

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Posted by Peter on 09 Jan 2022, 12:13

Really nice work again! I see you have the same problem as me with the mould marks on the figures! ;-) :thumbup:

Bluefalchion wrote:I love those old Atlantic figures. Is the shepherdess missing part of her hand?

Figure was one part of a group, that's the problem.

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Posted by Bluefalchion on 09 Jan 2022, 13:49

I thought perhaps her missing left hand was part of the story. Maybe a legend from Greek Antiquity with which I was not familiar.

Do you use contrast paints? The result you have achieved here is very nice.
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Posted by tullo on 10 Jan 2022, 17:08

hello
first thank you for the praise
I must have had the atlantic for 30 years now
and I don't think I washed it off with degreaser before painting it, I was probably too lazy
but otherwise I do that almost always
maybe that's why the stains ,,,, :oops: :drool:
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Posted by tullo on 10 Jan 2022, 17:10

ps..no contrast paints to cheap iam mixing it
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Posted by Santi Pérez on 12 Jan 2022, 21:12

Lovely work on those classic Atlantic Greek and Roman figures, tullo. :thumbup:

Santi.
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Posted by despertaferro on 15 Jan 2022, 17:42

Wow ...!
I bought the Atlantic Greeks around 1973 or so ... I still have them but I've never painted any ...
They’re not the most accurate miniatures ever made, but when it comes to beauty and sculpting they can compete with any other. Even surpassing most of the current ones.
Nicely thought dio and painting.
Congratulations!
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Posted by Graeme on 16 Jan 2022, 05:16

Great scene! and I think you have got the very, very best out of those old Atlantic figures, they look far more sophisticated than I gave them credit for. :thumbup:
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Posted by tullo on 19 Jan 2022, 20:51

;-) ;-) ;-)
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Posted by Bluefalchion on 19 Jan 2022, 23:11

Graeme wrote:Great scene! and I think you have got the very, very best out of those old Atlantic figures, they look far more sophisticated than I gave them credit for. :thumbup:


The old Atlantic Greeks are plenty detailed enough to shine given a top class paint job as tullo has done here.

But I need to know what metals he has used. The armor looks spectacular! If you have already typed it elsewhere and I forgot, apologies.
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Posted by tullo on 21 Jan 2022, 18:01

hi
plate metal
kupfer
silver
wash nulln oil
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