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Knuckleduster Jesse James and a Pinkerton

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Jesse James and a Pinkerton agent with a shotgun from Knuckleduster miniatures.

20190606_172124.thumb.jpg.8526b1e2bfcd25e54e901397b51e9a11.jpgStill messing with my background. The Pinkerton's coat looks more orange in all the pictures when it's just a light tan in real life not sure what was up with that. I also attempted to give him eyes and wish I hadn't. Jesse had eyes but I kinda messed them up when I sealed him. It looks like the sealer messed up his beard and mustache a bit as well. I should really go back to spray sealer but there so few days when it's not too humid.20190606_172104.thumb.jpg.8d40ef87033841b2cd862308652cc060.jpg20190606_172040.thumb.jpg.3402e8642ed5c27266eafcce3513952d.jpg

I painted these up for Dracula's America, I was initially going to use Jesse James as a part of a Red Hand crew, but decided he fit better with my Dark Confederacy which I still need to get pictures of. The Pinkerton will definitely be a part of the Red Hand.20190606_171952.thumb.jpg.c0da236de2020e9fdab37750281f8b7e.jpg20190606_171924.thumb.jpg.6cd684be44a2d01e714395d3113ce813.jpg20190606_171656.thumb.jpg.7e728c5337af7a60940bdede18b2144f.jpg20190606_171611.thumb.jpg.4d99e8aeb3feff17489ecb50a091b2d3.jpg20190606_171629.thumb.jpg.24cd7e7fc9eb21616414654d672f8b71.jpg20190606_171537.thumb.jpg.4a02829c23dd53a27dfaf63c3dda25ea.jpg20190606_171511.thumb.jpg.c88f619f53df094677addeeb25c9aafb.jpg20190606_171444.thumb.jpg.3b1a630f5c9b3947db98adf669845bf8.jpg20190606_171421.thumb.jpg.013a61b2dd4ca40a30abd7e08290dc06.jpg

Jesse's nose is a little dark, I might have to fix that later.

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Love the Pinkerton agent. (For reference: if you have a problem, the double-barrel will fix it!)

 

Jesse James looks excellent in Confederate colours. He looks dark and road-worn, perfect for something dark like Dracula's America.

 

Way to go!

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There is not an orange tint to the Pinkerton guy. Very nicely done work on both of them.

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54 minutes ago, Corsair said:

There is not an orange tint to the Pinkerton guy. Very nicely done work on both of them.

Maybe not orange, but it's definitely brighter in the picture than in real life. Especially his hat. It did seem worse on the initial photos before they were cropped and uploaded though.

Thank you. I'm overall very happy with how they both turned out.

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