Very nice. I love the variety of your units - not to mention the superb painting. BTW, I recently completed the very same set of figures. I painted mine as French Light Infantry. It great to see your work and the break from the norm when it comes to selecting units. Regards, Dean
Clarence - they look exactly like a hard-bitten unit on campaign in Spain and I've enjoyed watching their progress to completion. Thanks too for the reply with the explanation of your faces/flesh painting technique on your last post. Those visiting your blog will come from all levels of experience but I dare say there will be more than a few novices - that sort of advice is an excellent reference. You should do a 'how-to' - similar to your modular terrain one on the other site which I personally found invaluable.Cheers, Doc
Looks awesome!!! Not a bad rate at all, 24 figs in less than a week. (a whole lot faster than me.)Keep it up!ColeF
HiCongratulations... A wonderful seriesRegardsRafa
Great looking campaign unit. The guy with the brown paints looks a little mad he doesn't have nice white pants haha. Can't wait to see more of your units!Michael
Clarence - these are excellent and I'm amazed you painted them all so quickly! It is a very neat and pretty uniform - I'm surprised you don't see this regiment on the tabletop more often.Best wishesGiles
Nice job Clarence. Good to see something other than Frenchmen appearing! I wish I could churn out figures half as good as this at the same rate. I'm very envious!