I meant I am painting miniatures in preparation to the next Games Day, and for Robert's happynes I have finished dipping my bavarian regiment to o with or against the French depending on people attendance or not.
So fa so good, I have been able to concentrate very much in the last 3 days so that I managed to do a last push forward and finishing the unit.
|I wanted to dip them and spin them with a drill that is why I glued the figures to big screws.|
|The dipped miniatures sun bathing in west Tokyo|
So having those units almost finished I the started cleaning and gluing the Prince August Prussians. I am still very doubtful on what to do, I wander if those simpler miniatures would be better painted in the traditional method or if they would work with the dipping procedure? Any suggestions are welcome.
|WIP on the Prussians.|
So if everything goes to plan I should "hopefully" finish the unit in a week, after that I really want to get on with the river.
|As they are a bit larger than the plastic Hat figures, I will use less figures on a base.|
Yesterday I bought a pot of lacca paints that as the experts tell me are an original Japanese type of model paints, and the grip on surfaces is apparently better than the old school enamels or acrylics, so it should be working well on those rubber river sections.
I will let you know how it went and keep you posted with the progress of the miniatures.