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Tango01 Supporting Member of TMP13 Feb 2020 9:15 p.m. PST

" This is a heck of a chunk of Resin, weighing in at 1.4 kilo's! As you can see from Stan, the 28mm man, it has a significant footprint too. Given GM only appear to sell these painted, it puts their £174.00 GBP asking price into perspective. I feel very lucky now to get this, even conditionally, free.

The painting here was simple, After a black undercoat I base-coated the whole model in a light pinkish-tan (flesh-tone really). After that the stucco was dry-brushed sloppily up to white in about four graduated layers, which also covered every other detail except the roofs. Then glazes of colour were applied to the exposed stone and wood work, dealing with most of the rest of the work. The roof and ground were both simple dry-brush jobs, in my usual fashion. Mostly craft paints were used…."

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