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woensdag 11 juli 2012

Nikolai Arab Civilians On the road

This is a set of figures I received from Michael of Germania-Figuren as a gift. The only thing I had to do is to paint them and integrade them in modern diorama. I'm still working on that, but I hope to have it finished as soon as possible.

It's set four of this range of figures. They are made from resin and they painted very well. They are sculpted by Erik Trauner from Diorama Dreamland 1/72. And I must say he did an excellent job on these. Nice details and not hard to paint.

Pity enough only one picture because the pictures of the seperate figures aren't good enough. I take some new ones as soon as possible.


I hope you like them!

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22 opmerkingen:

  1. Nice colour scheme and robes can be so hard to paint some time

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  2. Great job on these tremendous miniatures. Fantastic work Peter.

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  3. They look great Peter. For my upcoming D&D game (still a WIP) I need civilian/town people figures. Thank you for showing how they look when masterfully painted.

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  4. They look great...excellent kandidates for Khandibarians
    Greetings
    paul
    PS..arent those ACTA Zukus small ? Nice sculpts though...Thanks mate :-D

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    1. They are Paul!

      The zulus are a bit small indeed, but they look very good!

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

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  5. Beste Peter het is echt een lust voor het oog je schilderwerken ik geniet hier echt van,gebruik je hiervoor een loep of vergrootglas...

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    1. Bedankt Danny! Nee, ik kan niet schilderen met een vergrootglas. Ik heb problemen met mijn dieptezicht dan. Ik gebruik die wel om een paar dingen te controleren (is ingebouwd in de lamp), maar het bijwerken gebeurd dan ook zonder.

      Groetjes
      Peter
      http://peterscave.blogspot.be/

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  6. another very very good painting work!
    are they a part of your secret project??
    (I saw one in lemon yellow!)

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    1. Thanks Pascal!

      It's not a secret project, they will go in a modern diorama (Iraq or Afghanistan). After my holliday more about it.

      What do you mean with "I saw one in lemon yellow"?

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

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  7. Very nice. very nice figs with great painting a nice site to start my day with

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  8. Very nice Peter! It reminds me of a photo from the latest invasion in 2003; a few American troops riding in a truck tossing K rats to Arab kids, their fathers are walking beside them in full robes just like these. Can't wait to see the rest

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    1. Thanks Ben!

      Soon my friend, soon!

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

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  9. Thank you so much Peter. You are a lovely man.

    I like these figures and I clicked on the link to look at their line of figures. Nice pieces and so unique.

    My favorite of these is the one with his hands in air as if to say "What are you going to do"

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    1. Thanks Anne, you're just to kind!

      That's about what the figure will do! ;-)

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

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  10. Thank you al for the nice comments!

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

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  11. Nicely done mate, can't wait to see the vignette finished.

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    1. Thanks Sander!

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

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