We dug out the DVD a few months back as our kids hadn't seen it Guy......they larfed like drains all the way through so we followed up with Blazing Saddles and Planes, Trains and Automobiles......sides hurt after!!!
If yer think yer one in a million, chances are, YOU AIN'T!
Those eyes look great G!! Don't sell yourself short on the figure painting yet my friend!! Definitely looking the part!!
Nice update there Andy! looks like you have this one well in "hand"!!
I wish I was as far as Andy....I managed to wash everything last night after cast block clean up. I plan on trying to prime tonight, weather permitting, and mount the head to a stake for easy handling!
So I suppose I should at least show what I have for my meager contribution to this Tri-lateral commission on figurization. I will be using Young Miniature's German DAK Infantry; North Africa WWII. I had the pleasure of doing a little review here onsite for this kit a while back as this kit was supplied to me so graciously by Last Cavalry!
These are truly some fantastic sculpts. Aside from the cast block cleanup on the helmet, the bottom of the torso and one microscopic spec of flash on the inside collar near the neck, these are perfect in every respect.
Here is hoping I get into the booth later today and squirt some primer around!
Mr T- Agreed... your bust look so sharp. Visited Young Miniatures website looking for instructions earlier and it only made me want to buy more. Jeez, too tempting...
G man- Thanks buddy!
Guys- Quick question for you... is a piece of stake supposed to come with the bust? I know G has one. I couldn't tell what was the object inside the plastic bag of T's bust because of light reflection. Mine didn't come with. Hmm? But at bottom of my bust there is a hole. Maybe they forgot to put one in mine?
Nice seeing the oils coming out so soon G!! Bring it!!
"Dusty Bottoms"....Just add it to the pile O'names there Dicky!!
Thanks extra hope there Leon!! Primer is down...well on the big stuff anyway!!
I ended up squirting some AK Dark Yellow Primer on this one....figure the Uniform is DAK, so it fits as a good base and I more often than not start of my base coloring for skin tones with Tamiya Dark Yellow or Dessert Tan...just saved a step I think!
Time to make up my skin tone selection and getting ready to start some color!!!