Wednesday, 26 October 2016

French Infantry - painting masterclass

Just to whet your appetite a little more - here are some photos of the figures Richard Hattersley has painted up for the packaging artwork - not bad I suppose?

I think that these look some of the nicest figures so far - well done Chris and Richard.





Now he needs to paint some fighting units - and Prince August need to get them into production!

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  1. They are incredibly good. Absolutely fantastic!

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  2. Indeed.

    Hope they will still look good with a shiny toy soldier finish!

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    1. Ross
      Those on my last post are shiny and look fine.
      Steve

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    2. Steve, sorry, that wasn't a serious comment/concern. Yours do look very attractive.

      What I really meant was that painted figures this good can give me an itch to start trying some serious miniature painting again, which I would rather not.

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  3. Those are really sweet!
    Cheers
    Ths

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  4. Excellent work, well done to all.

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  5. Rich did a rather good gob on those chaps.

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  6. can't wait ....amazing paint work !!

    paco

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  7. Splendid miniatures and paint work. Are there any prospects for SYW British moulds, Scottish highlanders and light Infantry in particular?

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    1. The plan is to do some British - but not in the immediate future.

      The priority is to add some cavalry, artillery, light troops etc. to the Prussian, Austrian & Russian forces to allow complete armies to be built.

      Hopefully now most of the problems with the change to digital sculpting are sorted things will move faster?

      Steve

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  8. 11/30.2016
    Pa is now accepting orders for the French Infantry molds. There is also a bundle being offered.

    http://shop.princeaugust.ie/french-moulds/

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