Thumbing its' nose at black undercoat and matte varnish
Very nice Doug - beautiful figures.CheersCarlo
I agree with Carlo.. especially the 17th... Lovely!
The licensing laws must be upheld - all power to the shiny redcoats!
The 17th is magnificent. What did you have to do tho Frank's figures to get them to look like this?Michael
a couple of beautiful unitsPaul
Thank you gentlemen. Rest assured that, despite cries of 'no inebriation without representation', the continentals were soon back in their box. And rumour has it Arnold never did pay that tab...Michael - a very good clean, some repair (though not a lot considering their age) and re-basing (after 40 years the original ground work had dried out and started to flake off). More of Frank's (and Peter Gilder's) old AWI collection will feature as fast as i can restore it (so don't hold your breath).cheers all.
Doug, they are wonderful figures with enormous pedigree, especially the 17th Foot. Inspiring and great to see!Dave
It's great to see your collection coming up for air Doug, we dont see enough of them ol'boy.
Very, very lovely figures. How do you do your bases? I want to try and achieve something similar.
I agree with the Hobbyist, I love the basing style and would like to get the formula!
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