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Warlord has released a Korean War supplement for Bolt Action as well as some miniatures.  Since I already had some minis for the Ethiopian Kagnew Battalion that Haile Selasse sent to fight in Korea, I decided that I needed someone for them to fight and have thus started a Chinese PVA force.  Also I'd like to get them done quick like so after some experiments I decided to do the uniforms with a combination of Army Painter and GW Contrast paint.    

 

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Since that isn't quite a horde, I have a couple of extra squads on order.

 

A closeup.  Their skin has just a base coat and the fur hats haven't been started.  

 

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If you want to compare, the ones on yellow bases were done with AP primer and soft tone while the ones on pale bases were done with Contrast.

 

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