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It has been over a year since I painted anything. When I sat back down to paint again, I realized I could not see the details. Weird. Then my wife suggested I try her reading glasses. Aaagh!

 

Here are some police constables with capes from Wargames Foundry VC010. This is my first effort since I started wearing glasses while painting.

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Not bad work. I too wear Glasses and have had difficulty in the past with the painting of Little People. That is until I mentioned my Hobby to one of the Assistants at my Eye Doctor's Office and she asked about getting Magnifying Glasses in my Prescription since they had a deal where you got 50% off a second Pair of Glasses! They have been AMAZING Help! Check and see if you can get some from you Eye Doctor.

 

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They look suitable for encountering pirates.

 

I found it a relief to discover I needed reading glasses, five years ago when I rediscovered the hobby. Turns out it was just as much fun as I remembered, once I could see all those lovely little details.

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