Wednesday, 12 August 2015

More VBCW Militia (PM)

Yes 6 more militia for matt and his VBCW project. This post catches me up with the dark time so do not expect the next post to be anything special at all. It will just be what I can get finished today. Again these are a mix of manufacturers including Foundry, Footsore and Musketeer miniatures. As such they come from very different ranges, including Irish Civil War, Victorian adventure (the old boy in pith helmet) and dedicated VBCW troops. Like yesterdays batch they can be used for many different settings limited only by your imagination.

The last picture is all 12 together!

 
 
Thanks for looking today and as it is raining now I shall get on with some 15mm colonial figures and some 20mm Vietnam goodies which will be for me! And not for money!

14 comments:

  1. Love the look of these Chaps they should serve well in many types of game... Love the old gent with the hunting rifle and pith helmet.

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    1. Thanks Adam. Back to blogging normally now!
      The old chap was going to be a policeman but I was persuaded to paint him as a veteran of the Sudan wars!

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  2. You're a veritable painting machine !
    This is a really good looking group, even if I suspect it won't be that effective.

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    1. Thanks Joe I am trying to improve my speed, some days it works and others well let's just say not so much!

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  3. Agree with Zabadak, where do you get your energy from....must be that calorie packed chocolate fudge you make!

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    1. Thanks Lee, The Fudge is high calorie but I do not make it often.

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  4. Lovely job Clint! That's a great looking militia, love the old fella in the pith helmet.

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    1. Thanks Bob I do think they came out quite well. A couple of things I would change if I did them again of course but generally I am pleased.

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  5. These would fit in well with some of Gripping Beasts' 1930s figures (from the "Woodbine Design Company - Specials" range.

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    1. Thank you C6. To be honest there may even be some "Woodbine" figures in there. Matt just gives me the bare metal to paint. Sometimes he will say can you do this one to represent such and such.... but that generally is all the info I ever get!

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  6. That's a true pack of gobshites there, Clint. Well done. The old gent is brilliant!

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    1. Thank you Michael. They may well get a table outing next weekend.

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  7. A rowdy bunch of troublemakers they look. Nice job mate.

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    1. Cheers mate. I am now painting up some womenfolk for them and they do look scary!

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