Tuesday, 14 February 2012

Highland Laddies of WW1.

A Christmas gift from my wonderful wife was a bunch of Great War Miniatures figures. The first group to get painted up is these Highlanders. Very nice figures and easy to paint too. Only problem is, now I need more!
Couldn't decide on what regiment to base them on so I have left them fairly generic.




25 comments:

  1. I've only heard good things about these sculpts and you have certainly helped to make them even harder to resist! Great work Sir!

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  2. You've done good work there, the pattern on their caps is excellent....

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  3. Nice figures, and agreed, the pattern on the glengarry hats is great, well done.

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  4. Very nice work indeed. And I have to agree with the Lurker and In-Chigh, that is great work on the caps.

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  5. Great work there Roger, you have captured the feel well

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  6. Looking very nice !!!

    Best regards dalauppror

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  7. Great tartan work there laddie!!

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  8. Great looking figures. Excellent tartan

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  9. Freaking awesome Rodger.

    Lovely style of painting and spot on colours.

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  10. Fine looking lads, well done. Love the tank in the background too.

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  11. The dicing on the bonnets is top-notch, Rodger! (tho a bit easier in 28mm, than in 1/72;-))

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  12. Excellent painting Rodger, they look the business.

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  13. Great Highlanders, the tartan is excellent

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  14. Great figs mate - love the glengarries in particular. You can use them for a whole range of periods too. Huzzah!

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  15. These look wonderfull! Excellent work and I love the tartan on the caps!

    Greetings
    Peter
    http://peterscave.blogspot.com/

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  16. Great stuff Roger, and i agree the hats look real cool! Keep up the good work...
    ps. thanks for comments on my blog :)

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