This piece is comin' along, and now I leave some of the latest work pictures.
The cape is only dryfit with base colours, just to see the general feeling of the piece with the colour scheme adopted.
The leathers are also just based as well as the waist scarfe.
I have already started to paint this piece. I'm going real slowly, carefully... It's my first horse, and it's in a big scale, so I have to go with caution.
I'm going with acrylic paints... despite much people prefer oils on this ones.... I never painted with oils, so I'm not confortable with that either.
So far I'm enjoying how it is turning out...
Just work on the browns.... some highlights. the blacks are pure, just basing.
The dark brown is base.
currently I have another figure on my workbench, and for me it's a new challenge, painting an horse, my first ever! Let's see how I manage to do it ;)
So the figure, as the title says, it's this great piece by Pegaso Models, Sculped by Andrea Jula, and box art painted by Diego Ruina.
Represents a Franco-Germanic Errant Knight that used to exist in central europe during the 14th and 15th centurys, that were marauders or mercenarys, often nobles or bastards, that in order to run from an ecclesiastic career, since were the last child with no heirloom disappear to become these dark characters. (Marco Giuliani notes)
So I'm eager to start this one and I have it ready: