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WWI pilot and observer

I love biplanes and even more, I love painting figures, so I have been collecting all the figures I can find and slapping on the paint so they can liven up my biplane models. This pair now sit with my Wingnut Wings RE8 in Australian markings. They are from and are truly wonderful sculpts. They are scale or around 54mm.

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21 responses

  1. Really very Nice, Paul! I love the look of the leather coats. Are these done with oils or acrylics?

  2. They look amazing.

    Figure painting is not my forte and these look so convincing.


  3. Where did you find such tiny leather coats?
    Incredible work.

  4. The look fantastic - I also like the look of the leather - very realistic.

  5. Yeah, the leather coats really rang my bell, too. These are just superb figures on all levels.

  6. Well you got the British WW1 teeth right. Excellent figures. Many shades of color there. Oils or Acrylics?

  7. Hello Paul,
    This standard is very high. You can almost smell the leather.
    Excellent artistic paint work. Regards, Dirk

  8. Agreeing totally with all above gents comments, Paul.
    This is spectacular work!

  9. Excellent work Paul, I agree with all the above comments.

  10. I do not even understand how such a tiny wonder is possible. Thousand of bravos!

  11. Could we have some photos of the aircraft with the figures, please. Like what you have painted very much. I am a great fan of machinery and figures together.

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