It always surprises me that 1/72 plastics look better, are better proportioned, that many 28mm metals!
These last two look great. It is also weird how right when I start thinking about a project you come up with the very models within a week.
Nice colors, very good job on a 'Great' set (I especially loved painting the officer myself)
I'm loving this project already; must be the tricorns! Lovely work Paul.
Lovely work as always, Paul; the cannon is especially nice. Best, Dean
Yep nice painting as always, you have the bit in yur teeth I seeIan
Fantastic work there Paul, the faces are really characterful
Thanks chaps :-D@Sean..great minds think alike :-D@Andrew. The officer will become a character in the Bodstonian world..he looks way too overdressed to stay as a artillery officer.CheersPaul
great work paul it is nice to see all these guys hard at work.
Great job, Professor.
Btw the 1/72 equivalent of the 28mm Eureka 'Sandras' now exist: 3D models (not using 3D printing, so no hope of 28mm versions, unfortunately) (who issued previously the 3 'French beauties') does have in 1/72 female 'Napoleonic' soldiers who indeed are better suited for the 'tricorne' era. Don't know how the 'marching infantry' is sold, hope it's not by a "officer + standard-bearer + drummer + single private" set!
Hi Paul,I am really impressed, great work!!cheersUwe
Absolutely stunning and smart looking figures.
Пауль привет! Цвет униформы у русских артилеристов был красный, а вот у артилеристов Карла XII был серый. На работа мне понравилась.
Hi МаксимСТы прав..но диссертации окрашены для страны, фэнтези ;-Dприветствия Paul