How to Paint Realistic Military Figures

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Kalmbach Publishing, Co., 2002 - Cooking - 96 pages
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Learn to paint contest-quality military figures with this book! Covers military figures and horses from medieval times to Desert Storm. Includes more tips for resin models and oil paints, new techniques for painting in enamels and oils, and information on camouflage and black-and-white uniforms.
 

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Page 4 - ... Audio cassettes were made of all panels for distribution to those who desired to purchase them, and C-Span televised about half the panels nationally. As a matter of record, in order to avoid confusion, John Ehrlichman participated in the conference but not in this book. This book would not have been possible without the assistance of many people. We would like to thank all those who prepared papers and those who served as discussants.

About the author (2002)

Kessler is a graduate of the University of Hartford and is an accounts administrator for a business technologies firm in Windsor, CT.

Winar has been involved in military figure painting for 35 years. A public utility coordinator form South Windsor, Connecticut, he served as a helicopter crew chief/gunner with the Marines in Vietnam. He currently races bicycles, paints figures and vignettes, creates custom 1/6 scale figures for military figure collectors.

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