Thursday, 29 December 2011

Empress kneeling British

More loveliness from 'Empress Miniatures' that have been sitting patiently in the painting queue for far too long.  As always, I'm impressed by the characterful sculpts of Mr. Hicks and particularly enjoy the 'campaign' style with broken epaulettes, rolled up sleeves and even patches.



Additional support drafted in, although I must get around to changing those lipped bases!


This will probably be the last post before the New Year, so best wishes to all and I hope you all have a healthy and prosperous 2012!

9 comments:

  1. There nice miniatures for kneeling poses as well normally i'd imagine it would of been a firing pose.

    Nice paintjobs on them all sir

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  2. Nice work and the poses are great.

    Christopher

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  3. great work you have to love those Zulu war figures
    Peace James

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  4. Great work Michael! Lovely painting and really nice casts too.

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  5. Lovely work, makes me think I should expand my own little collection of red coats.

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  6. Thank you Gentlemen, it's good to get back to the original plan once in a while!

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  7. Now thats what I call redcoats and they are wonderful. I love the Anglo Zulu War and your paintjobs do it justice. Have a great New Year.

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  8. The painting on the figures and the bases on these look spot on. Great blog to keep me inspired.

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