Some lovely work there. You've nailed both the tartan and the argyle. What size are you bases - there's an appreciable sense of mass to them.
You have totally nailed those colours and complex patterns - guess you've earned yourself some single malt and a haggis!
Excellent work sir, great tartan work.
Very, very nice work that man!!!
Great tartan - looking good
great looking units
Excellent painting! those tartans are great.
Great looking figures, to repeat everyone else the tartan is very nicely painted.Regards,Matt
Great looking battle line and nice job on the tartans!Christopher
Very nice looking. I have some Victrix figures sitting there waiting to be painted but the Tartan scares me !Paul
Och aye the Noo, Jimmy! A scarier bunch of bare knees never graced a tabletop.Great work!
Great painting, I tried to do tartan, didn't look good so painted it a solid color. I'll try tartan again down the road.
Stunning figures Rodger!Those GMB flags finish them off nicelyCheersPaul
Aye, theres nothing like the skirl o the pipes and men in skirts to put the bejeebers up Johnny Crapuad.Always a pleasure watching your Highlanders in action Roger. Has the eyesight rcovered or are you still seeing lines before your eyes?
Thanks for all the comments guys.Fireymonkeyboy.... The bases are 30mm frontage(15mm per fig)Paul of the man cave.... Was plannibg on a drop of single malt at tomorrow nights game with Ogilvie VC but, he has decided that his wife's birthday is more important. Happy Birthday Kath. Gav, how long until the lines go away??
Really nice work. I always appreciate the effort to do the Scots, with their tartan and stripey socks needing special time consuming attenion to detail. Fantastic result.Like the title too, puts me in mind of that scene from "A Bridge too Far", when a Scots officer shouts 'Run laddie!' to one of his paratroopers trying to carry a parachuted cargo pod. Great stuff
Fantastic painting! Those are some nice looking minis!