They look good. You got a lot of detail in there for such small figs. And the roads look like they fit in too. What color did you prime the figs in ? Jim
ThanksThey redcoats are primed red, as are all the cav, the saxon are primed white.
Three questions for you Truls. 1. Where'd you get the primer from cause I've yet to figure where I can get my hands on multi-color primer. What's the brand(s) ?2. You based 'em for M&R, do you plan on gaming 'em with M&R ?3. Got any opponents up there in Norseway ? Jim
http://www.thearmypainter.com/partners.php?country=noThis is the big guy here in scandinavia, not sure were you liveBut they have liks to sevral countries that have 1 or more dealers.Including Australia, US and UKYes. I plan to do Battle of minden, useing M&R, I havn't tried the rules but I realy like what I've read.Serious shortage of players, 99% only do warhammer and GW lord of the rings. Then .9% do Flames of war, the only historic wargame you can get in norway, and it's very new, then mabye .1% do historical, I did find a historic club, but it was defunced by the time I started.We do have sevral people doing scale models and diorames but very few gamers.My hope is to force some of my friends to try so I can corrupt themThanks for the intrest, nice to have people stopping by my blog
Thanks for the link. Funny cause there's a relatively large number of historical gamers where I'm at, but no one wants to play the rule sets I'm interested in. But that's ok b/c fortunately, you only need one good opponent. Well, Truls, in reading your blog you're getting me to change up on some of the stylistic choices I've made for my two ACW divisions.
Realy, please tell,
Simple like really. Not too long ago you questioned whether you had too much variety or variousity (something like that) in your Rebs. I then asked myself the same question in reverse, and then promptly answered myself in the affirmative. Jim
Right, there was another thing. You posted some ACW battle pics a while back. You had some woods on the table top that looked like a farmer was keeping a Redwood-lot :) I decided to take the reverse and make mine scrub pines and bushes. Jim
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