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Painting night with the Tims.
Mr. Miller and I have started having painting nights again. They’re not set to any particular day of the week – just whenever he has a night off that corresponds with a night that I am painting (which is pretty much EVERY night – that I’m not playing a game…). We used to do this regularly but after nearly a years hiatus we are back at it!
Here’s a few more of the Gebirgsjäger that I finished up last night…
These fellows are from Brigade Games “Ends of the Earth” line. Lovely figures. I’ll probably finish off the rest of them in the next couple days…
I’d originally tried to take pictures of these on a plain white background - to make them look like they were on a glacier somewhere - either in the Alps or the Caucasus or the Antarctic... I took pictures indoors and outdoors, but it just didn’t seem to work out. I’m thinking it was too high contrast. The white was just to bright and caused the shutter speed to be higher than was necessary for good colour….? Anyway, I thought I’d include those, too, anyway.
Indoor light white paper background
Outdoor/natural light (on a cloudy day). Set on styrofoam packing material.
Coming soon on Tim’s Miniature Wargaming Blog:
the last of the Gebirgsjäger… Painting the Shermans… WW2 Canadian infanty… More Germans… ECW Scotts!? Epic Scale Eldar!? I don’t know…