07 January 2012

Don't forget to vote in the GD of S Which Tabletop Battle Poll!

The black lining went a little more rapidly with this last batch than has been the case so far.  Hmmm. . .  Might my hand be getting just a wee bit steadier?

Here is a photograph of the mustering regiment.  I wonder if that's akin to moldering?

And finally, the final five figures, which makes it sound rather like an Agatha Christie novel, or something similar.

5 comments:

paint pig said...

These are coming along very well indeed, a steady hand is as a steady hand does and it doing fine!

PP tailor to Hesse Cassoulet

warpaintjj said...

Happy New Year!
glad to see post posts about soldiers and battles rather than Santa and German cake - got rather stale if you pardon the pun.
Go Sittingbad for for the re fight.
Got Charge for Christmas! Inspiring in all the right ways, but still not tempted to buy...
cheers
warpaintjj

Grimsby Mariner said...

How do you paint those very neat straight black lines? My hands shake so much I'm in awe of your skill.
They look really great Stokes.

Prinz Ulrich von Boffke said...

Thank you for the encouraging words, Men. Some days are better than others as far as the black lining goes. And there is often plenty touching up with the white afterwards to neaten up the black lines afterwards on those days when I've had too much coffee (or too little sleep). In no way does the black lining look that neat and straight after one pass. One more reason for working with small batches of figures.

Best Regards,

Stokes

Bloggerator said...

The Final Five?

Have you been watching Battlestar Galactica?

Good looking laddies, Mr S!

Cheers,

GH

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