Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Accurate - American Militia - Fig. 1

       While I'm painting the rest of the WW2 British figures I would like to present you the figure of my avatar..I've painted that figure some years a go and it was my favorite for quite a time!

     This figure is from the "Accurate - American Militia" 1:32 set and it has awesome details like all the Accurate sets. At the time I've painted that figure I didn't had the full set,  ..but now I do....

      Beautiful figures and poses and you will be able to see some more of them painted in the future!

      You will notice that the figure is a little bit more glossy than it should...At that time I was varnishing with satin varnish and not mat.....I'm thinking of respray with mat but I'm afraid that it might gets white spots so I'm hesitating a little...

       Here 's two more angles..

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  1. That is such a nice model. Having the dullcote frost a figure is extremely rare in my experience and seems to be related to humidity or temperature. Even if it does occur, I found a spray of gloss over the top eliminated the frosting. Of course, your results may differ.

    1. Thanx for the info Jonathan!I had that problem in the past with some figures.In my town, at that time there's too much humidity.. Mabe I will try it in the dry summer seasson!

      Regards, George.

  2. Very nice! I've always had a fondness for those Accurate figures.

    1. Thanx Rod! Stay tunned for the next pose within next month :)