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Wednesday, May 28, 2008
Monday, May 26, 2008
NASHCON OPEN DBA TOURNAMENT
Wednesday, May 21, 2008
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I have been wanting to paint a unit of white coated French for literally 25 years and have finally done so. I had some old minifigs lying around that needed to be repainted, so they form the back line of the element, while the front line are all Essex miniatures.
These are for my own army and will comprise enough figures for an early or later Sarmatian force. I have primed these white and they will get a base coat of color and then an all over wash to pick out the detail. A little more work than just drybrushing, but hopefully worth it.
Here are the light horse archers converted from lancers.
More lancers converted to javelin armed shielded cavalry. This was a much easier conversion and the figures look great.
from a different angle
I love the flower gardens around the house for a little bit of added color.
detached schutzen (sharp shooters) from a light infantry regiment
The light infantry. This photo makes them look like they are huge compared to the building, but it is really just an effect of the camera angle and of course the fact that the figures are on a relatively thick base.