Friday, 23 March 2012

Anglo - Egyptian army (Waterloo 1815)

Anglo-egyptian army? Not in my world..I´m calling these are Tarbooshis from Tarhoosha, a land not far away from Khandibar  
I´ve named after thier hats and a good excuse for me to give them a unionjack flag as I couldn´t find out wether or what type of flag egyptian troops of the period carried) 
Part 9 of the Pirate Cutter scratchbuild....the Anchor and some Pulleys. The pulleys are the big ones for masts etc..smaller ones need creating for lines

14 comments:

  1. Great looking group; anchor looks big! Dean

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  2. The figs look good. And that pirate ship is going to be something. Fantastic detail.

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  3. Period is not of my taste but the figures look good and the paint work is very nice

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  4. Is that "Chinese" Gordon in the 3rd picture?

    Very nicely done

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  5. Now that's the great thing about an imaginary nation, you can do what you like! Fantastic detail going into the Pirate Cutter.

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  6. Great work, Paul. You sure know how to scratch an itch (for modeling)!

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  7. They look fine! Good work!

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  8. You've done a great Paul with these.

    Best Regards

    Bourbaki

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  9. LOL, you've done a great job ***

    Bourbaki

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  10. Superb paintwork on these and I salute you for doing your own thing with your imaginary nation.

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  11. Great looking stands and the anchor and pulleys construction looks brill.

    Super effort.

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  12. Nice figures Paul!

    They look like they are scanning the horizon for last post's Hoplitess!!!

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  13. Great painted figures!

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

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