Friday, 16 June 2017

Paintbrushes have been busy

The last couple of weeks have been a bit quiet on the gaming front, but I've been beavering away, painting for other people. Here are the results:
A dozen cavalry for Geoff - these are the Schomberg regiment
And another view with more of the figures in shot.
Some figures for zombie games
Foundry Swashbucklers for use in Border Reiver games
This last one is for me - the Tobolskiy Dragoons. These guys are actually made from some spare Austrian dragoons, but they are the only Dragoon regiment in my forthcoming 15mm Russian SYW army. More on that later.
 Still a dozen figures left to paint for Geoff, which I'll hopefully get finished very soon, and then a week of marking and writing reports before I go near the paints again.

Nate

12 comments:

  1. A very nice mix of figures off your painting desk, Nathan. The Schombergs look fab. The grey coat with red facings is a handsome combination. Sharp looking regiment! Geoff will be happy with these.
    The Tobolisky Dragoons; are they 15mm Old Glory? The horses certainly remind me of the "old" Old Glory horses but I cannot be certain.

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    1. Thanks Jonathan. They are indeed Old Glory figures, as are their brethren about to make the trip from the USA southwards.

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  2. You really have been busy! Fabulous work Nate.

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  3. Very nice work, and those swashbucklers really look the part.

    Cheers,
    Aaron

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    1. Thanks Aaron. They were the type of figure that basically paint themselves - such good castings.

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  4. Excellent job, love this beautiful Schomberg regiment...

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  5. Great work Nathan! Thanks to you, I will now have to paint up my Border Reiver figures to catch up with Geoff.

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    1. It's only three of them - unless Geoff has some more to send up his sleeve...

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  6. Cracking work Nathan. The Schombergs are Front Rank?

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    1. Thanks Mark. Yes they are. Fantastic figures to work with.

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