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zondag 4 september 2011

Musketier

This was my entry for the 19th Painting Competition on Benno's Figures Forum. The figure was based on a comic book serie from long time ago: "Musketier of the King".

The figure is from the Revell 30 YW Swedish Cavalry set. A wonderfull set covering that period and also usefull for the English Civil War.

Enloy the pictures!









Hope you like him!

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10 opmerkingen:

  1. Looks good, with due allowance for dirt and sweat. Doesn't sound good, but it looks good.

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  2. Looks good mate. I will have to make time and paint some of this set up...sometime:-D
    Cheers
    Paul
    PS...where´s Maurice these days??

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  3. I really like the horse Peter, it looks very natural, the figure is cracking as well!

    Cheers Rich.

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  4. Very nice! as west1871 said, the horse is very good!

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  5. Thanks for the nice words!

    @Paul: don't know, but I think he stil hasn't a PC for use. I miss Mo to!

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

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  6. Very nice job on the horse as said above it looks really natural. I like the base as well

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  7. Thanks for the nice words!

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

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  8. Very nice and have to agree with the others, the horse is particularly effective. I must admit I find the period very tempting. Big flags, big guns and big pikes look very good on the wargames table!

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  9. Thanks Matt!

    I agree when you look at paintings and drawings of that period they are all massive and impressive!

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

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