Wel done Paul, a very professional painting !!!!
As always, well done, Mr. Bods. Happy Holidays to you all.
Superb! I wish Strelets were made from harder plastic, they would be so useful to wargamers.Well done with these they look very well painted.
Excellent job as always!
very, very nice figures and painting!..Happy Holidays and Happy New Year!
They look like hardened veterans; nicely painted and composed as always.
Lovely work Paul.
Excellent work again on this cavalry Paul!GreetingsPeter
Beautiful work ! good choice of figures and colours !I like a lot !(how you do for having such a perfect yellow ?? )
Thanks Pascal.Yellow is easy. I black base, so to get the yellow, mix mid Brown with yellow, about 2 thirds Brown, 1 third yellow and cover the area with that. Then reverse the mix, 2 thirds yellow and 1 third Brown..again cover the area. then just yellow and finally, 1 third White and two thirds yellow to Highlight. The Knight (with the red charges /triangles) hasn´t had any highlighting, the Sergeant-at-arms (with the stylised maltese cross) has.
Look great. I'm not familiar with the Strelets range, I will have to keep an eye for them.
Thanks :-DThese bods are not made anymore and are a bit hard to find.
They look the part Paul. A new element to your ever growing armies. :)
Hi Paul, brilliant cavalry men and Robert Bruce, of course. I love your detailed painting in small figurines!
Hi Paul. Great work. Came across it whilst doing some research for my book on armour. Your figures are excellent. Ive had a go at larger scales and some 28mm Perry Miniatures but i'm happier doing illustrations. Take a look at my blog if you want. http://paulfranciswalker.blogspot.co.uk/
Thanks Paul. Not of my painting is 100% historically accurate, it´s too difficult in this scale and takes a lot of the fun out of painting to try too hard. Your Blog (no follower button?) Looks the opposite..loads of historical stuff and still fun :-) The perry´s stuff are something else, really nice figs..and historically (as far as I know) more accurate than the Little 20mm ones...I´ve painted a few and I´ve got a ton unbuilt but somehow I can´t get around to painting them..they look like giants under the magnifying glass :-D
Ya,I like e`m all Paul. A big thumbs up for the 1/72 0r 20mm figures. I know what you mean concerning the 28mm Perry`s stuff too,I just hate sticking things together because I`m allergic to the glue! Beano Boy