Here are a couple of test shots for the PAO Leicester Yeomanry. The figures are from Reiver Castings and they paint up well. The uniform is there uniform that the PAO were at the 1911 coronation. Here's a couple of pictures here.
Sunday, 27 February 2011
Saturday, 26 February 2011
I've been busy today, what with finishing off the socialist tanker and painting some of my PAO Leicester Yeomanry, okay doing a couple of test figures, nearly finished them too and once I have I'll get them posted, but I have also started the Soviet Tank Advisor as way and here is the fellow for you all. I am very pleased with the way I have done his face, just got to think what colour to do his hair and beard, white, blond or black?
Friday, 25 February 2011
I am glad and please to say here is the first completed Socialist I have painted for 1938 or ever, come to think of it. This Heroic fellow is the laterest complete painting for the upcoming Solway book for 1938, a Guide to AFVs. I have enjoyed this one and the next one will be even better, gosh I hope so after saying that, lol. Well here is the Left Wing fellow for you all to enjoy.
Here is my first painting of a Left Wing/Socialist faction personel. Its been a long time in coming but its about time I address the balance, lol. He a socialist tank crew member and here's the latest stage the fellow is at.
Tuesday, 15 February 2011
I have been a bit busy over the last couple of days getting ideas down for the AFV book. I have been working of two sketches, both of the left wing socialist factions in VBCw. The first one is a Russia, rather a Soviet Military Advisor, and the other chap is a normal tankie of a typical socialist faction. I hope you like them, I do.
Sunday, 13 February 2011
Friday, 11 February 2011
Wednesday, 9 February 2011
Having the pleasure of getting some Bolt Action plastic British and support sections, okay I won them at Albanich 11, I have painting a couple up as test shots. I am planning on using them as the Leicestershire Regt regulars. They are nice figures and I think paint up rather well. I am not sure if you can see it but I have painted the officer with a Oakham School cravat. Here are the test shots.