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zondag 20 november 2011

Not a rainy day!

Time to post something new here. This time it's a rider from the Waterloo1815 Napoleonic Mounted Line Officers. I loved this rider from the beginning I saw him. Also he was suiteble for a not war scene.


This figure shows Lieutenant-General Sir Thomas_Picton (wiki link) just taking a ride on the countryside with a nice rainbow in the background. It's a bit of showing that not every military figure has to be used on the battlefield. Even when he died dressed like this on the battlefield of Waterloo.

It's a very nice set with good sculpted figures, with some nice details. I painted him with acrylic paints.

Some more pictures.




I hope you like him!

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12 opmerkingen:

  1. This dio is one of the most refreshingly peacefull looking ones I know...excellent in all ways.
    Uncle brian has a blog, fistfull of plastic..
    http://afistfullofplastic.blogspot.com/
    That mortar on the Crisis pics...the one after remco and Cole...now there´s an idea for a medieval "fantasy" build. :-D

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  2. What a delightful piece of work, beautifully done. I can'y believe that this is 1/72, fantastic Sir!

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  3. Great looking pic love the rainbow effect!!

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  4. What a great pose!! And painted very nicely as well!!!

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  5. I've always enjoyed Picton's sense of fashion on the battlefield. Nice job!

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  6. Thanks for the nice comments!

    @Paul: that mortar is from our friends from "Alte Garde"

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

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  7. wahou!! Peter! it's really beautiful! with the background, it's poetic! I like very much!

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  8. Thanks Pascal. I know you like such non violent figures and scenes!

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

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  9. Bedankt Danny!

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

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