A five layer technique is used working from a Black or grey undercoat to the first base coat completing on a final highlight, in addition to a camouflage pattern if required by client. The figure is then based/grass textured etc
and a final matt varnish added for protection.
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A ten step process starting from a suitable undercoate to a final highlight layer. In addition a camo pattern can be applied if requested the by client. Adding varnishes, panel lining highlighting, decals and weathering/ wear and tear, foliage and mud if required The miniature then recives a final matt varnish added for protection.
See the additional options section example for 15mm click here All resin parts are washed before start of process.
NB If you are sending assembled miniatures with resin parts please make sure they are washed in a suitable grease agent before construction.
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The painting process is very important to FOWP and great care is taken in the work to produce quality wargame miniatures. There are many parts to this process all that are carried out to bring you miniatures that you will be proud of to use on your wargames tables. FOWP constantly reviews the painting process to develop even better techniques. We love and use Vallejo Acrylics/Panzer Aces, GW products, Ammo Mig and Mig productions products and Abteilung oils.
The Painting Process
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This is an area that FOWP is continuously developing from a western theatre of grass land to the winter tundra of the Russian stepps. Grit, mud, dust flowers, tree trunks. sandbags, rocks, wet mud, flowers, bush and much more. See the winter examples here. More example pics are on the way.