Sunday, February 19, 2012

From DaveD: 28mm 'Man with no Name', Legionnaires, Zulus & Napoleonic French Legere Battalion (170 points)


Dave shows us a wonderfully eclectic mix of models to feast our eyes on. First is a beautifully sculpted 'Man with no Name'. 


This 28mm casting is from Ebob Miniatures. I gotta get one of these.


Dave really did a fabulous job on the poncho and the blue jeans. I also like the cold blue eyes of 'The Stranger' - well done!


Next is a group of four French Foreign Legionnaires in desert uniforms.


These are 28mm castings from Artizan Miniatures.


Here we have the recently released set from Warlord/Empress Miniatures depicting the characters from 'Zulu'. 




You just gotta love 'Hooky' - and Dave did a brilliant job on all four of them.


Finally Dave shows us a Napoleonic French battalion, the 1st of the 26e Regiment de Legere.


These are 28mm Elite Miniatures castings.


This group will add 170 points to Dave's tally. Great work!

12 comments:

  1. Wonderful work, Dave. I like a lot the desert unifor of the legionaires and that of the british soldiers. Very nice.

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  2. A great mix of figures, but you just gotta love Clint!!!

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  3. awesome work your painting has a really nice stile to it all the figures just look briliant

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  4. Dave's a talented painter. He really justice to those RD figures.

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  5. Awesome stuff


    PhilH
    http://infrequentwargamer.blogspot.com/ 

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  6. They are all wonderful. Great painting.

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  7. Thanks guys - I have really enjoyed the variety of the recent work - I think it shows. cheers Dave

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  8. Another entry. That "Man With No Name" looks GREAT.

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  9. That previous comment was supposed to read: "Another awesome entry. That Man With No Name looks GREAT."

    And I have no idea why it listed me an anonymous....

    I hate computers.

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