Last night I just couldn't wait to get stuck into my tribute to John Travolta. Oh Oh Oh Oh, staying alive..... well before he became a zombie, obviously. It had been playing on mind all day. White can be one of those colours that gets to me so I took my time and built up the layers slowly making sure not to swamp the model with paint and lose any of the definition.
It came together quite well.
I gave him a blue belt buckle and managed to get the belt painted and keep the white loops. This gives the model some central focus.
I could have given him a black shirt but I just thought that the white was better. I love the big old chain around his neck though.
The skin tomes benefited from my previous learning curve. He looks better in real life than in the picture. I will be humming Saturday Night Fever every time he takes to the board.
This was a really enjoyable painting exercise and a model that will bring me a touch of joy every time I play him.
Thanks for your suggestions concerning the third model. 'Pimpification' is the theme and having spent some time online looking at some of the images from the suggested movies I am left bewildered at what people passed off as fashion in the 70's. They were brave - I'll give them that. Still have my thinking cap on reviewing options.