Saturday, 5 December 2015

Pilgrims - Colonists

All 21 poses from the Imex Pilgrims set, who are destined to become  Bodstonians.
Hunters/militia. I cut the  Apostles off the bandoliers and added  sachels from the Zvezda French Knights set
Children. The purply blue tinge on the Turkeys wings has come out in the pic a bit "louder" than in reality
Male Workers.
Female workers
The bod on the right is described as being a Minister, but after a bit of arm bending he´s now a bookkeeper or Foreman 


11 comments:

  1. They should keep things ticking over nicely in Bodstonia. Lovely additions Paul.

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  2. Appropriately plain for the period but still full of life. I feel that I would meet these people as reenactors if I visiting Williamsburg or Louisburg. Very fine work.
    Those turkeys look delicious!
    BEst,
    Michael

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  3. These are a lovely set, you get more civilians in 20mm!

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    1. Thanks Fran. I like civilian subjects and I´m lucky I stuck with 20mm as there´s a Tonnage of civvies, especially for the medieval period. I haven´t even painted (or collected ) half of the non-combatant bods available. Mind you..there´s some nice medieval civvies in 28mm..when my eyes finally start to give up the chost on 20mm I might start a 28mm civvy medievals collection.

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  4. Great stuff Paul. I haven't checked in for quit some time. I'm always blown away by your creativity in converting these sets. It also reminds me how many sets I have that are still unpainted.

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    1. Thanks Sean. At the Moment I´m having Problems getting around all the Blogs, Forums etc..work, Family and a ton of stuff to paint...

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  5. Great work again Paul! This is a great set for peacefull settings!

    Greetings
    Peter

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  6. Absolutely lovely.BR/Peter

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  7. Very nice figures for your growing collection,i like them all. These will certainly make any setting look good. BB

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