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Posted by Luis on 09 Apr 2020, 17:43

German Infantry. 54mm ( Andrea Miniatures )



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Posted by Egbert on 09 Apr 2020, 18:48

Perfect done…Nothing else! :drool:
I'm speakless... :oops:
World class painting
You met the colors perfectly!
:thumbup: :thumbup:
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Posted by Bluefalchion on 10 Apr 2020, 00:46

Someday I hope I can paint a pair of boots that well. But probably not.
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Posted by Bessiere on 10 Apr 2020, 01:41

Bluefalchion wrote:Someday I hope I can paint a pair of boots that well. But probably not.

Yeah boots, pack, pants, pouches, etc etc. It;s all done to the Nth degree. beautiful work and a fine tribute to an under-appreciated soldier. What year did they ditch the Prussian helmet?
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Posted by Graeme on 10 Apr 2020, 05:18

Indeed! Remarkable realism in the fabric, steel, wood and especially the leather.

And the base, with the mud caked wire and the puddles, is awesome.
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Posted by Kekso on 10 Apr 2020, 05:48

Great work. I would make him more dirty ( boots and pants)... but that's just me
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Posted by C M Dodson on 10 Apr 2020, 09:10

Fantastic work as always but I personally feel that in the muddy conditions illustrated he would be considerably more filthy.

However, he certainly catches the moment of aggression so to speak.

Best wishes,

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Posted by Luis on 10 Apr 2020, 11:33

Thanks for your comments!
In early 1916 the pickelhaube was slowly replaced by the stahlhelm.
In 1918 the pickelhaube was abolished.
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Posted by Luis on 10 Apr 2020, 11:37

Thanks for the comments and I'll try to paint it more dirty
All the best!
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Posted by santifernandez on 10 Apr 2020, 19:53

I like the work of setting and painting, just something to comment on and that is to adjust the shape and size of the eyes a little.
It is complicated but there is the difference from a normal work to a good one and you are a good painter, very good.
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Posted by Kekso on 11 Apr 2020, 09:34

Luis wrote: I'll try to paint it more dirty


You don't need to... I just said I would do it. ;-)
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Posted by Luis on 11 Apr 2020, 12:46

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Posted by Luis on 11 Apr 2020, 12:49

Hi Kekso , I know it´s your opinion , but the way to leam and improve is to use good advice and do it .

All the best
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Posted by Peter on 19 Apr 2020, 16:33

It just looks to muddy now. No, I'm just joking! :joker:

Excellent work Luis! :thumbup:
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