Friday, 4 April 2014

2nd Punjab Cavalry


A very brief post this morning (with no fooling) to showcase the first of my Punjabi Cavalry, the command group should follow shortly.  Some gently ribbing from a few of my fellow bloggers (Thank you Pete and Millsy!) has seen these chaps push past the London Bobbies to get to the front of the paint queue.  They are from 'Mutineer Miniatures' and were lovely to work on with plenty of detail to snag my brush.  


62 comments:

  1. Utterly splendid. I have no use for these figures but having seen them I have a strong desire for them.

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    1. Thank you Clint and they are only a click away!

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  2. really a great job!
    well done.
    bye

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  3. Very nice! Love the color on the turbans. I visited the Golden Temple in Amritsar many years ago and got to see guys practicing swordplay. It was nice to see them keeping up the old traditions.

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    1. Thank you Sean and that sounds like a fantastic trip.

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  4. Great work Michael , great paint on horses too .
    Cheers .

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  5. In complete awe. Magnificent.

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    1. Thank you, trying to get the command group done now.

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  6. They look great Michael and loads of character on them!

    Christopher

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    1. That is really kind of you Christopher, thank you.

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  7. Smashing work Michael, super job!

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  8. I have to say Michael the long wait is over and I an chuffed to see the cavalry finally completed. I love the rich colour tones that you have used and the horses are wondering. Great paintjob there Michael

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    1. Than you so much Pete and for giving me the incentive to get them finished.

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  9. Excellent work Michael, excellent work!

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    1. That is incredibly kind of you Phil.

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  10. They look awesome Michael! Very well done.

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  11. They look great! I know it sounds like a fetish, but I always love reds (and yellows) well executed!

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    1. Thank you, strongly enough they were very nearly yellow!

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  12. They do look excellent and ready for anything.

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    1. A fearsome bunch of warriors, that's for sure.

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  13. Beautiful work!. My 1st impression: "Like that white beard, and the horses are awesome, and the coffee just finished perking!"

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  14. They look very good, indeed. Full of movement and character.

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    1. Thank you Dean, the riders are great, but the horse sculpts really are wonderfully, I think they might be ebob?

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  15. Brilliant work Michael! the red of the uniforms is really nice.

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    1. Thank you Mr. Smillie, more to come soon.

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  16. Stunning stuff Michael, as always.
    Big Thank You for the technical support too.

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    1. That's really kind of you Bob and you are more than welcome.

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  17. Oh I like these. Very dapper uniforms.

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  18. frantastic - so impressive.

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    1. Thank you, I hope you like the upcoming command group too.

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  19. Wonderful brushwork mate. The beards are superb!

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    1. Thank you for the nudge to get them done!

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  20. Very nice work Michael, though I think I see your ploy! Your going to use them in a Mummy Pulp Game as lackeys of the RA Company.

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  21. Very impressive Michael, top job.

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  22. Excellent looking punjabs! Well done.

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    1. The sculpts are really impressive, a joy to paint.

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  24. These look great as usual! I'm hoping to expand my Mutiny collection at Salute. I presume you've seen the new Artizan NWF figures...

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    1. I'm sure that I'll have to swing by the Mutineer stand as for the Artizan stuff, very, very tempting!

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