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Revolution!

Postby Suetonius Paullinus » 01 Nov 2014, 16:36

Test figures for all parties, painted a little while ago. Still too much WW2 on my table but one day I -will- have big battalions ;)

Redcoat:

Image

Continental:

Image

Militia:

Image

Woodland Indian: Can't wait to get my hands on some of those..
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Re: Revolution!

Postby Jack007 » 01 Nov 2014, 22:39

MAN! IF ONLY.. I had the steadiness of hands to do that work.
Hmmm the patience wouldnt hurt either. LOL
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Re: Revolution!

Postby HalberKill » 02 Nov 2014, 07:34

Suetonius, how did you get the hatchet in the hand? I was surprised that there were no hands with hatchets nor empty hands for inserting hatchets into in the militia set. Did you modify a sword hand or something?
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Re: Revolution!

Postby Suetonius Paullinus » 02 Nov 2014, 08:52

Yep, cut in half and glued on either end of fist. Gotta love plastics :-)

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Re: Revolution!

Postby Jack007 » 02 Nov 2014, 13:52

Thanks Halberkill,
I was so busy looking at the entire picture and image, I totally missed that. Of course I would have thought it to be just another bit option.

As for me, Ive done some 'small' conversions. I either 'file an opening' in the hand, or if daring enough, use the pin vise and drill a hole thru; add a drop of glue, Insert, hatchet, knife, etc. done.
To my pleasent surprise, I recently found that cutting off and 'transplanting' hands between arms was actually eaiser than I expected and when done carefully, you get can get really good results.

And S P, Not only would I be interested in seeing the Woodland Indians, but some of your work when finished with them.
Again Very Well Done
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Re: Revolution!

Postby steel91101 » 03 Nov 2014, 15:28

Figures are excellent - very realistic and detailed. Well done.
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Re: Revolution!

Postby bvandewalker » 05 Nov 2014, 20:52

Nice
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