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Vietnam GI ...200mm Verlinden bust

June 18 2011 at 12:16 PM
rob ferreira  (Login rob.f)
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Hi all. This is my very first post and attempt at painting figures. I needed a break from building and painting rust buckets and thought I'd try my hand at figs. The kit is a 200mm bust from Verlinden and depicts an Army Lt. in Vietnam.

I started with the uniform since that's is for me easy enough to do. I have always had problems painting faces so I never really finished a fig before. I used acrylics, AK effects and some oils to paint the uniform. Still more work to be done, this is as far as I got yesterday.

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A big thanks goes to my good friend Chris Spalding for his support and guidance on this venture of mine into the world of figures. More can be seen here :


Thanks for looking.


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Andy Fettes
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June 19 2011, 11:16 AM 

Hey Rob

Nice choice in the bust I did one many years ago

Cant wait to see you progress with this one mate


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