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I started this project to use colors I really didn't like, and rarely touched. Yellow, browns and Gray are my least favorite colors. They cover poorly, and you have to struggle (at least I do) to get them to look halfway decent, and not turn into mud. So here are the finished Sir Galahad and Sir Kay. There is a mod on Sir Kay, I gave him a Battle Banner (thanks Ub3r for that recommendation). The object was to learn something new, and have fun. I had heaps of both. oh, these are 25mm so I posted a pic with a regular mini. Here are the Knights. C/C are always appreciated and welc
Since I tend to paint these quickly I decided that I would paint two Miniatures in the same WIP. This way it will take longer on my part, and anyone wishing to follow along won't be hanging onto the horse tail to stay caught up. Lots of things to keep my busy on these two. Sir Galahad has an outrageous designed surcoat with those jagged sleeves, and his armor is so spiked it is mind bending. Lot of opportunity to do something different on these. I also have one face, and one helm to deal with. These should be fun. So two knights and a horse..hmmmm.. Will have to see where this ta
I've selected Sir Kay standing as my next Miniature. Bare faced so I get to practice face painting, and this is a tough one. Mustache, and face is blocked by that right arm. Right off the bat I see some major challenges. So lots to conquer here, in a one inch miniature. I think Sir kay is going to be a mixture of purples, and silver, maybe my beloved Gun Metal also for contrast with those Purples. I've already started on him. Primed, lined, and rudimentary face on him. I also am painting as a senior knight (isn't that nicely politically correct)..LOL. He's Old...His armor says that