I quite like these - you've done a terrific job bringing out the character of the sculpts.
Do I spot a pun? :-D
The original figure poses have that 18th century poser look. They look great especially how you have painted them. The original kneeling poses defy anatomy and gravity. (I've done it with the uniform and Brown Bess.) You have worked them in well with the rest of this nice little unit. Good "colors" too.
Thanks Scott.The ones kneeling with their legs stuck out to the front? They do look odd. I tried (without musket or uniform) to reproduce the pose..impossible but it looks quite "period"Cheerspaul
Greate job Paul!I´m glad that you got some use of the minis. Looking forward to the natives:)Best regards Michael
Thanks MichaelAs AWI wasn´t my period I´d not really looked in any detail at the sets availablé. It´s not the most covered period but there are some nice sets there, including this one.I´ve had the idea of an Imagi-Nation in the back of my head for a while and your offer came at exactly the right timeThe natives are coming...soon :-DCheerspaul
Bodstonain's finest, a little known fact is that my Great, great, great, great Grandad was a ensign in this regt.
Mine too...which company? :-DCheerspaul
Great job, this flag is terrific!
Thats real nice work on that unit, Paul
I commented on your Bodstonia page as well Paul. These are nicely done as always and the loss of the hand in a sawmill accident whilst working is as noble to me as losing it in battle. The man still led his troops.
Nice work; the color of the coats are especially nicely done. Best, Dean
Exellent work there :)RegardsHobbyworker.
Nice work paul as always!
Fab stuff. Love the backstory.
Got to love those Bicornes; great work Paul.
A hail of lead in the end of the road awaits for us, oh alas! Nice work Paul, excellent colour combination.