For thousands of years whenever man has gone to war the horse has been there with him. From the fearsome horseback raiders of the ancient world through chariot warfare, fighting knights and cavalry to the slaughter of gun horses in World War 1 and the transport of ammunition and equipment in WW2, the horse has played a major role in human conflict. And yet the horse is under-represented in military modeling because of the difficulty of creating truly realistic effects.
In Warhorses Max Longhurst dispels the mystery of converting and painting horses and demonstrates many of the techniques that have made him a renowned award-winning modeler. He shows in detail his conversion techniques, different horse colors and poses, choice of paint colors, undercoating and shading, sponge painting, dappling and final painting and detailing.
A highly detailed menu lists each topic for easy and immediate navigation whilst the DVD pause facility allows you to stop the action at any time to appreciate in close detail each step and the finished astonishing models.
PLUS – these great DVD Extras:
• Profile of Max Longhurst.
• Model panorama.
• Correcting common mistakes.
• List of products used or recommended.
• Sources & reference.