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bulldoguk

Finally got round to painting my minis!

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Couple more added to the growing Dust forces

Axis troop carrier/command vehicle 'Prinzluther'
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AA variant 'Sturmprinz' armed with 30mm ZwillingsFlak
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SSU KV-3 M 'Babushka' sporting Dual Maxim Gatling guns
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SSU Tankhunter variant 'Matrioshka' armed with Dual 152mm ML-20S
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Wow.  Your work is hands down the best Dust painting I have ever seen.  Do you do comissions?  I would love to have a set of Tank Busters and Grim Reapers painted by you.  I am very impressed.  It almost makes me want to give up trying to paint on my own.  It takes me forever to get "decent" results.  Are there any tips or instuctional sources that you reccomend, or is it mostly experience and patience?

 

  Thanks!

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LOL big oops there Gothik…prime example of what happens if you jump in brush first without reading any of the fluff! Genuine mistake (and Laziness on my part)…not in the KKK or anything!

Honestly thought they had just used quite a dark wash on the sample card figure but I guess he stays as he is now, lets call him unique :P

I did have an Errol Flynn type persona in mind while I was painting him however, what with the big tache and cigar, if I ever get the inkling I will go re-paint his face with Dillon from Predator in mind!

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Loophole Master said:

Very cool, they look extremely faithful to the "official paint job". Let me give you a hand with the pics:

 

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i must ask: did you airbrushed these miniatures? What size of needle did you use? Because they really look amazing!!

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