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Here are a couple of pictures of Sleepy Hollow's Headless Horseman that I'm currently working on.

The base is pretty much complete. The horse is ready for paint and the horseman is in the de-seaming stage.





Enjoy!!!!

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Shaping up really well Roy, I like what you've done so far. Great effect. Cool tree !
 

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COOL! or CREEPY? Keep us udated :thumbsup:
 

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Hey Roy,

The headless Horseman is coming along great :thumbsup: , can't wait to see the finished kit! Are you brushing or spraying the kit?

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Thanks Lloyd and Ochy, I can't wait to see the finished kit either.

To answer the last question, I use both methods. See those pumpkins? They were first airbrushed with several tones of orange, all of my Freak Flex, then oil washed using a brush which I wipe off to accentuate the crevices. Once that dried I brushed in the green for the leaves and vines and dry brush to bring out more highlights.

I use the same process over and over again for each segment of the kit.

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Awesome job on the base! Nice work!

Hey, on the photo depicting the horse, is that a 'Broke-Back Mountain' kit in progress there on the left?

Oh no, wait...Its the horseman's lower half...Nevermind.
 
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