How to Paint Realistic Military Figures
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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