Thursday, 9 February 2012

British Army painting with "Army Painter" - Part 2

Step 2:
Thank god the British wore throusers and jackets of the same colour. That gave me the chance to apply Vallejo British Uniform by airbrush. In less than half an hour the ten soldiers coated and the airbrush was cleaned. Next time I'll use more slender handles. These are nice to grip but too large to spray from below to get the downside of the figures covered.

Next I let the miniatures dry and started to paint the other colours the very next evening.


  1. It's always interesting to see how other people approach models. I have an airbrush but don't use it often, I probably need more practice. I agree on the advantages of the British uniform, it's so quick to paint!

  2. Ive just got myself an airbrush and hope it will speed up my painting as you have done here!

    1. Obviously the clue is to spray many miniatures at the same time.

      Good luck, I hope to see some results on your block soon!