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Sairou

Masterbox 1/35 Wehrmacht Infantry

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Thought I'd make a post for these WIP I've been working on the past few months. The standard of photography isn't great, and I'm still working out my own ideal method of figure painting.

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German captain. The Iron Cross and eagle on his breast are Tamiya decals.

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German assault engineer.

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German NCO.

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German Private.

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Panzergrenadier unit, led by a captain on the left, followed by a three-man LMG team.

 

Of course, none of these are quite finished yet, and the photo quality from my current phone is fairly awful, but any tips and pointers would be appreciated.

 

 

 

 

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They look great to me,nice bit of figure painting,look forward to seeing them finished.are they going into a Dio?Cheers

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You might think the photography is very good, but I'd say you have the figure painting down to a tee - superb work!

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On 15/09/2018 at 21:15, Mitch K said:

You might think the photography is very good, but I'd say you have the figure painting down to a tee - superb work!

Thanks for your kind words!

On 15/09/2018 at 06:06, Jim Wasley said:

They look great to me,nice bit of figure painting,look forward to seeing them finished.are they going into a Dio?Cheers

That's the plan eventually, but I have nothing particular planned. The Panzergrenadiers might be placed in a diorama advancing with a Panzer II I have ready to paint, and I'm planning to use some of the figures in a street-fighting diorama. Because I'm in university at the moment, larger projects like full models and dioramas will be done during holiday time. Until then, I just want to get them all painted, hopefully refining my technique for German infantry, a subject I want to specialise in.

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