Hello all. I got numerous requests to do a Master Class on figure painting after posting my Desert Diorama in the tank section. Well it took a lot longer than I thought due to other commitments but here it is, How I paint figures. It is by no means a definitive method and there are far better figure painters out there than me, but this a method I found that works for me. Subject: 1/16th scale Dragon Otto Skorzeny Figure. (I'll do a 1/35 class later) Materials I used: Artists oils - Yellow Ochre, Burnt Sienna, Raw Umber, Titanimum White, Cobalt Blue, Vandyke Brown, red, and Paynes Grey. Mineral Spirits for thinner. Vallejo - Burnt Umber, Sand Yellow, Medium flesh, Cavalry Brown, Burnt Cad Red, Black Grey, Black, and Leather Brown. Water for thinner. Humbrol Enamel - Silver and flat red. Mineral Spirits for thinner. Tamiya Acrylic - Sea Blue and Olive Drab(More of an Olive Grey). Tamiya acrylic thinner. Paint brushes in sizes from 1 all that way down to 00000. Foam sponges and foam makeup applicators. Flat lead wire for the MP40 strap and helmet strap. And of course a compressor and airbrush. Ok...here we go. 1. Some shots of the figure. I used lead wire to form the MP40 strap and the chin strap for the helmet.