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Fresh-Faced New User

Good mornin' lads,

I'm new to blackwater gulch and finished the first Indian yesterday, and like to show it.
On the other hand I paint minis for over 20 years, so I'm not really new to the hobby. Actually I've got not much time to paint, so other post will follow in long time-intervalls.
In the thread I will post everything what belongs to Blackwater Gulch or Western Scenarios, not only Figures.

Have fun.
Greetings from Germany

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The Last Chancer Who Survived

Norristown, PA

Looking good I like the pinstripes. I always tell myself I'm going to do that on my next model, but I get too lazy :(

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Regular Dakkanaut


I always think it is funny how different painters can approach a model with divergent ideas. I am painting this guy today, and I chose bright red-white-and-blue colors. Yours is so somber by comparison.

The pinstripes did come out very well. It's a very effective idea.

-Solo Sam
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