4 Aug 2019

28mm Landsnechts & Swiss - in GW Contrast Paints!

You know those painting projects that seem never to die? They just drag on and on, staring at you and each time you start trying to move them along the sheer quantity of painting ends up crushing your will to continue?

Well, for me that was a big winged-Keil of Landsnechts in 28mm, bought for FoGR in a series of bring and buy used-figure bags - and then supplemented by a pack of Old Glory arquebusiers.


I had even made a couple of half-hearted attempts to sell them as a part-painted project - but then suddenly realised that they were the perfect project to try the new GW contrast paints (as even a so-so painted unit is better than a unit that never gets painted or put on table, right?

See the full effect in this photo-article..



2 comments:

caveadsum1471 said...

The old glory shot have come out really well and those are the ones you have done entirely in the contrast paints, I wasn't going to bother with them but maybe they are worth it after all! Always good to get a half finished unit completed!
Best Iain

Madaxeman said...

The OG figures came out incredibly - but they are also brilliant figures, probably some of the best 25mm's I own.

Even more brilliant considering the price!

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