Saturday, 14 August 2010

More Robinson Napoleonics

Another splendid Napoleonic command group by the obscenely talented Phil Robinson. This time i think the figures are Suren on Hinchliffe horses. Phil painted these chaps back in the 1980s, and they currently reside in the collection of Roy Lowson.


paintpig said...

Hello DC

What a wonderful classic paint job, you have to appreciate rosy cheeks! Pity about the shiny-ness ;-)

Are these paticular molds/figures still in production?


Stokes Schwartz said...

Gorgeous! I miss seeing this kind of work (Phil Robinson, Doug Mason, et al) in wargaming magazines today.

Best Regards,

Stokes Schwartz

Anonymous said...

Beautiful-no other word for them.

Bloody fantastic-if I can use two.


Steve-the-Wargamer said...

...totally agree... but then someone's stuck a huge ugly blue sticker on them!!

If you can't tell your commanders apart when there that beautifully painted, it must be SOME army! :o))

Mike Siggins said...


Bloggerator said...

Ok, yes, covetousness is a sin Greg.


Big Andy said...

Tsty- One day I will bet that Waterloo project off the ground.... one day.

Red Cardinal said...

If I remember corectly, these were featured on teh cover of one of the early Miniature Wargames.

I've turned to gloss/satin finish for my figures. I think it adds depth to the paint which you don't get with a matt finish.