(Login Gregjaco) Missing-Lynx members 126.96.36.199
June 12 2012, 9:44 PM
Your extraordinary painting skills really demonstrate the potential of the better Dragon figure sets. When I finally settle down and start painting figures again, I'm going to study your work even more closely. It shows that you don't have to start with a $30 - $40 metal figure - or even an excellent $15 resin figure - to get terrific results with skills like yours.
(Login rogerhm) Missing-Lynx members 188.8.131.52
June 13 2012, 1:33 AM
Always nice to see work from your hands!.Very nice painted figures.I think that Ron Volstad's boxarts are an inspiration for all of us!
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This is probably the maximum you can get out of a injection moulded figure set!
May I ask how much effort you put into improving Dragon figures (reworking details ect.) - must have been alot.
Your painting and arrangement is far beyond words.
The DML sets are very nice, but you made gems out of the figures.
Thank you very much for sharing!
(Login Gregjaco) Missing-Lynx members 22.214.171.124
Agree - A book or a DVD
June 13 2012, 12:18 PM
I would love to see in particular how Gunther achieves the effects he does with uniform fabric. I know it's shading and highlighting carried to perfection, but it looks real! His Alpine Miniatures Ramcke Brigade trooper is a great example. But my favorite might be his two figures from Dragon's Frozen Battleground set: two figures from a set that costs probably $10 or a less, and they could go up against any figures in any price range.