The Random Ramblings Of A Wargamer And Painter (OHQ Painting Service) Of Associated Miniatures





Sunday, 25 May 2014

Some Painting Etc.

Thought I had better put something up, my last post was on my other blog that follows goings on in our fictional region of Rhanzlistan, True To The East, further details of our last outing here can be found on Dave's blog Tales From Rhanzlistan

Anyway the painting, first up is Col. John Flaston MC (Ret'd)

This is an Empress Miniatures figure for a Melanoma charity, kindly sculpted by Paul Hicks and cast up by Griffin. These are still available should you wish to support this worthy cause,  http://www.empressminiatures.com/userimages/procart97.htm

Next up are some Bicorne English Civil War figures painted for an ongoing commission

This weeks game will again take place at GHQ as our old chum John is popping up from Cheltenham for a days gaming, I will take my camera and post a report on the days events. Also attending a wedding on Saturday, then Partizan Sunday so doubt I will post until early next week though.

TTFN

10 comments:

  1. Nice work. Like the Empress special figure but the ECW pike block looks really good.

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    1. Thanks Mark, it helps when you have such nicely detailed figures to work with.

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  2. Excellent work on thePikemen, love the basing too. The charity chappie puts mine to shame...

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    1. Thanks DB, though nowt wrong with your rendition old chum.

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  3. Excellent work on all of them but I especially like the dear Colonel.

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  4. Thanks Moiterei, yes its a nice figure so full of character. From the angle of the shot it does bear a resemblence to his namesake to.

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  5. Nice work, I always love the look of an pikeblock! They look so agressiv and if you think that you have to face something like this on the field......
    Nice paintig on the colonel too, it has great character!

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    1. Thank you Stefan, they do look rather menacing enmass don't they.

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  6. Great work, love the impressive pikes!

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  7. Thanks Phil, I will be adding a couple more pics of them later

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