Sunday, 15 January 2012

Khandibarian Cavalry

There´s no Arab cavalry sets!!!!! OK, the airfix Arabs(Bedouins) set but you only get 3 riders and the nags need fixing to thier stands! So..a bit of converting is called for.
The Airfix bods are unchanged. The rest are from the Hat Numidian cavalry set with head swops from Caeser Arabs and Escis Muslims.  The bugler got a head and arm swop...

Flag from Warflag
Nags from different sets including Italeri, Zvezda and Hat
And a couple of infantry conversions using bods from the Esci muslim warriors set.
Body  swops
Head swop and a body swop

Hello to Kris..Aka Heisler...from Wargames and Railroads Blog. Not only does he do wargaming and scale railroads and his Fantasy minis are great

20 comments:

  1. Hello Paul,

    fine work as usual!

    Just a question: For which period are you looking for "arab cavalry"?

    For medieval period there are some!

    BR!

    MM

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  2. You did a great job on converting these minis. They look super.

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  3. Yes Paul, there are some excellent Arab cavalry from medieval ranges. From the look of it, you are doing just fine with your conversions.

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  4. Great looking figures!, and great conversion work too!!

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  5. Paul:

    Nice work again; always impressed with your painting and photography - very inspirational! Best, Dean

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  6. My word that's clever stuff and the results are great.

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  7. That's a real mix!! Well done!

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  8. Great skills as always my friend especially the converting.....

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  9. Great conversions Paul. And I like how you painted the horses!

    Greetings
    Peter
    http://peterscave.blogspot.com/

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  10. Hi Paul,

    you are right; there WİLL be turkish and british cavalry for the WW1 (a little late for your period!), but you can convert.

    But no arabic cavalry (announced till now!) by Haet!

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  11. Very clever stuff! Well done,

    Nick

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  12. You convert so neatly - you could almost imagine they were designed that way!

    Maybe one of these figure companies could hire you as an advisor!!!

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  13. Great work Paul. Excellent conversion skills.

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  14. Seamless conversions - I'm waiting for you to create roman cavalry out of scottish bagpipers.

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  15. Excellent work. Great conversions and painting.
    Regards
    Lonewolf

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  16. Great conversions to expand a great set. The paint ain't bad either!

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