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Mr. Black Publications: Theme Collection - VOL 9 Painting Busts From Diverse Periods Of History Using Different Mediums

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Mr. Black Publications: Theme Collection  - VOL 9 Painting Busts From Diverse Periods Of History Using Different Mediums


Painting Busts From Diverse Periods Of History Using Different Mediums, Theme Collection Vol.9

Brand New Content - Eight Articles Published For The First Time!

Preface This is the ninth title in our ongoing "Theme Collections" series, but it's a title with a difference in that it features all new articles, published for the first time and all dedicated to painting busts. In this latest edition we've gathered together eight busts as subjects from various periods of history - Ancient and Medieval Times, The French Revolution and World War Two and all are painted by talented Master Artists.

The first article is a Medieval Crossbowman by Sergey Popovichenko who explains in detail how to begin working with miniature busts. Sergey offers 57 photos to cover the necessary information that modelers of all skill levels can follow to produce a successful result. He also shows how to accomplish the best possible end result following his step-by-step painting sequences of mixed media techniques with acrylics and oils.

The second feature is by well-known master artist James Rice and dedicated to a bust of the French Revolution period where he explains how to adopt the Verdaccio undercoat technique specifically to busts. There are 39 photos illustrating this feature, which are more than enough and where everyone can follow James' step-by-step painting techniques using acrylics and oils.

Louis D' Orio a master of oil painting miniatures returns with a dual bust painting feature from Ancient times using his method of oil painting techniques.

A detailed text accompanies the excellent quality photos of Dienekes and Hydarnes.

Joachim Peiper, a German SS officer from WW2 is next, painted by the well-known master artist Christos Katselos. Christos gives some in-depth information for eyes and face painting with more than 20 step-by-step photos. All areas of the bust have detailed paint mixes and details on how to apply them.

Ernesto Reyes Stalhuth, another of our regular contributors, offers two WW2 subjects; RAF Bomber Command aircrew and a German Fallschirmjager Feldgendarmerie with his master class method of painting. He explains everything in his detailed text and all the painting mixes are included so readers can easily paint their own versions.

The next article is a Soviet RKKA Scout painted by Toshihiro Sano using Tamiya Enamels. This four-page article is an excellent reference for painting the Soviet Leaf Pattern camouflage.

Well-known master artist Eduardo Fernandez Rodriguez contributes an eight-page article on painting a Soviet Partisan bust. He explains how to paint flesh, leather, fur skin, wood, metals and much more with acrylics.

As always, thanks must go to all our contributors for their support and for sharing their secrets with us. Special thanks are also due to Pietro Balloni, Luca Marchetti, Alex Vallejo, Darren Parker-Mead, Man Jin Kim, Fernando Vallejo, Taesung Harmms, Young B. Song, Dae-Hyeong Kim, Ju Won Jung, Paul Ondeck, Alessandro Balbo, Rolando Lezzi, Yannis Papadopoulos and finally to Ken Jones our English Text Editor.