Thursday, 4 September 2014

1 more point. (Yawn)

Yes nothing too inspiring today. Just a single point of British line troops for Donnybrook. * soldiers of drilled quality using a d8. And a Sgt who will also use a d8. Like the others these are Black Hat figures 15mm Malburian range.

 Not so much more I can say about these but I will say I have a British Cavalry unit on the paint table which I am trying to finish before Sunday when I will host a game at my club.

That's it for today. Not so much as last time. I know but we have to be realistic and expect peeks and troughs. I can't always work flat out.

Have a good couple of days and I will see you all soon for the PBB game on Saturday.

All the best Clint.

18 comments:

  1. And very nice they are too, but when will we see them in action ? You must be close to being ready and eager to use them too.

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    1. They will be in action on Sunday. Thank you Joe.

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  2. Very impressive, Clint. I find it a chore to paint the lacing on tricornes in 28mm - at 15mm, it's clearly indicative of your superb brushwork.

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    1. That is incredibly kind of you. Thank you Dean.

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  3. Nice job on those reds. Poor Paint Monkey, I think he needs a break.

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    1. Thank you Anne. I think that Paint monkey needs to knuckle down before he feels the back of my hand.

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  4. Those red coats sure look lovely... to shoot at. Buck up old boy at least its not 86F with 90% humidity like it is where I am.

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    1. Thanks Robert. That does not sound like it's painting weather!

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  5. Lovely job Clint. Are you yawning because your tired?

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    1. Thank you Bob. Yawning just because I seem to be doing the same thing over and over.

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  6. Great painting once again Monkey!!!

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  7. Nice work Clint. These seem quite bright for some reason but I really like it though.

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    1. Thank you Simon. The brightness might be me the flash!

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  8. They look grand, Clint! Not yawn inducing at all! I also appreciate the skirmish basing you are using for this project.
    I haven't bought Donnybrook yet nor Beneath the Lily banners, yet I am curious if these fellows may be doing some double duty in the latter ruleset. Or is BtLB more set battle and not skirmish?

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    1. Donnybrook is definitely skirmish while BtLB is for big battles. Both the same period and author but very different. Of the two I think I prefer Donnybrook just because it is easier to paint the figures being as there are less to paint. Thank you David.

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