Tuesday, 23 October 2012

Fortune favours...

...more Kansu Braves.
 
 

Finally managed to catch up on a bit of painting and blogging this weekend, part of that included the second half of the Kansu Braves unit.  Looking at the photographs here it would appear that I have overexposed them a tad, which has had the effect of neutralising the details in their faces; that said they do like a bit of the refinement in the facial area to begin with.  


The unit certainly brings a bit of colour to the table, particularly when their  numbers are bolstered by the 'fearsome' Tigermen and as mentioned before both sets are from 'Redoubt Enterprises'


 

With regards to scale they seem to fit in pretty well with other makes as you can see in the photograph below.  From left to right we have Empress, Foundry, Redoubt and Mutineer Miniatures.  



33 comments:

  1. Compliments on the paintjob, well done!

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  2. Very fine painting, very good work
    Cheers
    Vincent

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  3. These are beautiful Michael. Great work.

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    1. Thank you Rodger, they look pretty good as part of the group.

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  4. Lovely painting!! And they do add a snatch of colour to the other troops as well.

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    1. Thank you Ray, very kind of you to say so.

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  5. Great paint work and miniatures, Some interesting looking pole arms there.

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    1. Thank you Sir, certainly not a group to upset on a Friday night!

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  6. I had a halloween costume when I was a little kid just like those tiger outfits :) turning out to be a very nice collection!

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  7. I bet you still wish you had it eh. ;) Thank you Sir, now if only I could focus long enough on my project to see it through to a conclusion!

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  8. Your project is coming along just great!

    Christopher

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  9. Their faces do look the part, I can't see what you are suggesting. :)
    It's good that you had some free time to paint. Thanks for sharing Michael. You always give us ideas! :)

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    1. Thank you Thanos, it was certainly nice to catch up with a bit of painting.

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  10. Very nice - thanks for the comparison pic too - very useful.

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    1. Thank you and you are more than welcome, glad I could help.

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  11. I like the weapons on these Michael, they look fearsome. The scale does work with the other manufacturers and it's nice to be able to mix different sculpting styles together.

    Have a good week!

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    1. Thank you Anne, hope all is going well with you.

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  12. Michael, great looking figs! Yellow and red are tricky colors to pull off right, but you pulled it off magnificently!

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    1. Thank you Cory, that is really kind of you.

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  13. More classy work Michael, your output is impressive.

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    1. Thank you Scott and looking forward to a little break in which to catch up a bit more soon.

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  14. Great colourfull painted figures!

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

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