Friday, 18 July 2014

El Cid Moors - conversions

Mixing and matching again
Top halves from the  HaT El Cid Almoravid Infantry, bottom halves from the Airfix Arabs (Bedouins).  I reckon I could get another 4 kneeling archers / Crossbows using bods from the HaT  El Cid Andalusian Infantry set and a dozen or so kneeling spearmen etc from both sets.
With thier mates.
Musician conversions from the HaT El Cid Moorish Command set. Easy conversion, top and bottom halves swopped .

15 comments:

  1. Outstandingly clever conversions! Great work.

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  2. You can't tell these have been converted, ecellent knife work to go with excellent brus work

    Ian

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  3. Very nicely done conversions Paul.

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  4. You always do such a nice job with your conversions Paul.

    I do like the palette you used on these guys. Nice colours!

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  5. More cracking conversion and painting work Paul plus bowstring madness!

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  6. Hola
    Que buenos te a quedado
    Y los colores elegidos me gustan
    buen trabajo
    un saludo

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  7. There a colourful bunch Paul, great conversions and I never tire of seeing your bow strings - top class.

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  8. These conversions are wonderful I would not have know that they were conversions without you mentioning it.

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  9. Cracking conversions and paint job there, chumrade! I'm still doing bow strings as per your sound guidance too!

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  10. That's great.

    The radicalism (creates rebel ) muslims was born the spain, time 1200-1300 (and one important reasons) before like their must return back to home

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  11. Impressive brushwork and detailing as always, Paul. Stringed bows in 1/72nd, amazing! Best, Dean

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  12. They all look fantastic!

    Greetings
    Peter

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