Beautiful work, really impressive!
Outstanding!!! Would love to know what blues he uses.
Really wonderful figures.
It's always a pleasure to see his work.
lovely work! really like the blue
These look like 120mm sculptures not 28mm wargaming figures. Amazing detail! You're a meister painter.
Beautiful figures. Forget the blues: I want to know about his flesh tones!
Yeah the flesh is amazing! However there is no way I stand a chance to come close to this mans skill in face and hands. The blues I could take a Stab at enriching my French and Poles with.
I asked JC some of your questions and these are his answers:Vallejo and Andrea Color.Flesh: Burnt Siena for the base, lights with Orange Brown (981) and Flat Flesh (955). I never use the last one pure. I add washes very diluted Crimson (Andrea NAC-31) for the cheeks, and very, very diluted washes of US Bluegrey Pale (904) for the beard shadow.Blue: It’s easy. I use the Andrea Blue Paint set, but I just use 4 of the 6 cans; 6 colors are too much for a 28mm figure. I use the “2nd shadow” for the base, the base color for the my first light, the “2nd light” for my second light, and a mix of the “2nd and the 3rd light” for the final light. The final light pretty diluted.Red: Very easy too. Andrea Red Napoleonic Red (NAC-34) mixed with black for the base. Lights with NAC-34 (quite diluted at first, more dense later). And finally a mix of Scarlet (817) and NAC-34 for a few touches of light.Hope its of use to you all.
Lovely paint work of really interesting figures.
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