Saturday, December 24, 2011

From JuanM: A Roger's Ranger from the French and Indian War (5 points)

Juan has come in with another great entry, focusing again on the French and Indian War, with a soldier from the famous Roger's Rangers who were an independent Colonial militia unit in British service.

This is a 28mm casting from Galloping Major Wargames. Juan is 'auditioning' this line along with Conquest to see which he wants to concentrate on for his upcoming project. 

I quite like this fellow's lugubrious face - very characterful.

As a alternative suggestion, for a completely different style, Juan, you may want to check out Tom Meirer's Thunderbolt Mountain range of 1/48 scale castings. Its a very small range, but the sculpts are very beautiful and sinewy - I have a few and can attest to their quality. They might be nice just as stand-alone presentation figures.

Juan has been splitting time between this project and painting Sci-Fi stuff (heaven forbid) but says he has to start picking up the pace. This lad gives Juan another 5 points to his roster. Well don, Juan!


  1. That's a fabulous looking figure there, Juan! Very nicely done!

  2. Now I like this figure, very well painted Juan!!!!

  3. I agree - that's a fabulous figure - very well done!

  4. Wow now thats painting awesome job

  5. Thank you very much. I like the characterful looks of these figures and I´m going to give them a second chance.

    "Tom Meirer's Thunderbolt Mountain" Yes!!! It is!!!, it is!! the page I was looking for, Curt. I saw these figures some time ago, I have been very interested in them. Thank you very much.


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