Tuesday, 13 May 2014

WW1 German Cavalry.

Yes I finally got them done.

Some 28mm Early war German WW1 Cavalry. While the lances all look different heights I can assure you they are not. But as they are being held in different ways it does give that appearance. Again these are painted for a friend (Matt) so not sure of the manufacture still never mind. You will note that one figure has a sword instead of a lance. This was a conversion done by Matt and not myself. I am just the paint monkey!

What I also want to say is checkout Alan Abbey's blog  ( LINK ) as it has the details of the Broadside show this year. It seems that each year we are plagued with mishaps and it is a huge benefit to have Alan beavering away getting things sorted.

Anyway that's enough for today. 3 weeks to go before the show and I still have things to get ready so I had best get on with those now. I also found some more 10mm Fuzzy-wuzzies lurking in a secret stash so they will be put into the painting cue as fast as possible. So the New Project has been put back again! But it's coming Joe it's coming.

Take care and hope to see you soon.

All the best Clint


24 comments:

  1. WEll Clint you make an excellent paint monkey these are very nice

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    1. Thanks Loki. I like the term Paint Monkey!!!

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  2. Great paint jobs, Clint, and the term "paint monkey" suits you well. I like it!

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    1. Thank you Bryan. Maybe I should change my name!

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  3. I want a paint monkey !
    Good looking "huns", but I can't help thinking that it's a bit extravagant to have 28mm cavalry in a WWI. game

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  4. I want a paint monkey as well. Yes I agree 28mm WW1 Cavalry does seem a little extravagant. But you know wargamers if there is an unusual unit we have to have it!

    Thank you Joe.

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  5. Bravo Sir! Cracking work on these super looking troops - like what you've done with the bases too.

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    1. Thank you Michael. Yeah I took a chance on the bases but I am pleased with how they turned out.

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  6. Nice looking cav - Uhlans must be next; I think they may be Renegade.

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    1. They may be "Renegade" I will take your word for it. Thank you Dean.

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  7. Cracking looking Lancers, your friend should be proud to have them on the table.

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    1. Cheers Carl. My friend Matt is very happy with them. I have a few more different WW1 Germans to do for him. Expect to see some more in a couple of days.

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  8. They look excellent Clint you friend will be chuffed to field them on the battlefield to bring him glory!

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    1. Thanks Simon. I am sure he will be chuffed.

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  9. Very nice miniatures and you've certainly made them justice!

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  10. Thank you Mathyoo, I should finish a couple more today as well.

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  11. Great looking figures! And I think Paint Monkey suits you!

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    1. Thank you David. Monkey definitely suits me. As for the paint part.... well only on certain days.

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  12. Blimey, I don't have time to paint all my own stuff, let alone someone else's as well. Kudos to you, sir!

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    1. I don't have the time either...... But he's a very good mate and I meant to do them over the Xmas period. I have put mine on hold for this week. Thanks C6

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  13. Paint Monkey now there is a term, no an honour to be bestowed indeed. Those Huns look good too

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