Tuesday, 8 February 2011

Zvezda Austrian Musketeers and Pikemen Comand

I keep trying to get to grips with this period. I´ve got all the sets, even the Revell Imperial Artillery but the project  never seems to get anywhere :-D
Hello to svinehunden and  Colonel Shofer´s Mild OCD Model Blog  Loads of 40K bods and great tutorials.

17 comments:

  1. I would say you quite a good grasp of this period mate,a bloody good grip of it.Great work on the flag printed or painted?

    Cheers Rich.

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  2. Don't worry Paul,

    I think they spent all the war making fancy looking uniforms rather than actually do any fighting.

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  3. Nice looking command you have here.

    Cheers
    Christopher

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  4. Thanks.:-D
    @Rich...handpainted.
    Cheers
    Paul

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  5. Good colors and the flag is great, really excellent work with the paintjob.

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  6. i love this period, you did a great job here !!!
    i'm beginning to accumulate sets for it, but i have two big projects before... acw and colonial... so probably it will be on next decade :)
    Congratulations Paul, they look really fine !

    Regards.

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  7. That flag and pin-stripe shirt are excellently painted. The others aren't bad either!

    Regards,
    Matt

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  8. I agree with Paul Darnell!
    Fancy and colourful!!
    Great work by the way!
    The flag is simply fantastic? Selfmade?
    T.

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  9. Great work. And that flag is fantastic.

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  10. Blimey!! I thought.."not bad, is it worth doing any more 17th centuary bods?"
    Thanks guys..it has inspired me...:-D
    The flag comes attached to the bod...i copied the design from the box art.
    Cheers
    paul

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  11. Randall says: So this is what you have been up to Paul eh? Looks Great, I usually find inspiration for the period I am working on by reading some Bio on a particular character of the period, for this one I suggest maybe Cromwell, or Gustavus Adolphus or Wallenstein. Keep up the beautiful work

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