They are wonderful!Best Regards,Stokes
Thanks Stokes; they are charming figures.
Bob,Very nice work there on the Regiment- superb painting and nicely photoed- well done. Regards. KEV.
Many thanks Kev - they were fun to paint.
Full of charm those Warrior figures.
Very determined poses I think.
The transformation of these warrior sculpts with a bit of paint always impresses me. Nice job and the perfectly sized figure, I think the industry made a mistake going down the 'everything in 28mm' road.
Well said, Norm. The new Saxons are brilliant too....
Thanks. Is that napoleonic Saxons or dark age?
Napoleonic, of course! Who wants to spend time painting various shades of brown....?
Can you remind me what figures are available as I don't see them listed on John's site.
John has a list but not changed his site yet. There is a list with codes, so worth dropping him a line. I've got one more figure to do, then the range is complete.
Very nice Bob...I have always preferred the Belgic over the Stovepipe.All the best. Aly
I think being brought up on Waterloo period napoleonics I always tend to think of 1815 style uniforms as opposed to stovepipes and bicornes!