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Saturday, 16 July 2016

Goth Archers

I managed to finish another unit of Goth archers before we went off on our break, I also painted a couple of Ebor Miniatures War of the Spanish Succession figures, I had toyed with the idea of revisiting the period, but after seeing the lads from Grimsby's game at Partizan I was reminded of one of the reasons we sold up and moved on. Half a dozen units on a six by four does just not cut it, I may build a small force for each side based in peninsular for Sharp Practice, we will see.
Footsore Miniatures With A Foundry Casting Room Miniatures Obligatory Pointy Chap

Musketeer, Spanish Saboya Regiment

A British Officer

Really Like The Voluminous Sash
Off to Dave's on Monday for a French Revolutionary War bash and Christen Dave's new town, he has made a superb job of it, do check it out on his blog, listed on the side bar Tales From GHQ 

TTFN

8 comments:

  1. Outstanding job on the musketeer, so many details...and beautiful other figures!

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    1. Thank you Phil, the Ebor figures are really good so full of character and paint up really well.

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  2. Super work,as ever, Phil! Thanks for the plug for Talesfromghq too.

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    1. Thank you and you are welcome, a great piece worthy of a wider audience.

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  3. Brilliant painting on all of these figures.

    Cheers, Ross

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  4. Lovely...especially the musketeer and British officer! Superb!

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  5. Thank you Gordon, they are fine figures a joy to paint.

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