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Monday, 16 April 2012

Maryport Artilleryman

Here is the next finished illustration this time of the Maryport Artillery. I have painted him as a semi-Victorian artillery uniform with a modern Bordie Helmet and a purple band to identify him as an Albertine.I am rather liking this Victorian influence in my painting and it has dot me thinking to doing some more of these Victorian Uniforms in the future. I am a lucky boy as I have landed me another couple of books to do which are on the English Civil War and will be published through the Shot and Pike Society. These will be a little different from these as them will be firstly historical and in black and white,and this should be fun. More on that a little later.

Maryport Artillery, 1938

8 comments:

  1. Love the figure and well done on getting the ECW work as well!!!

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  2. Top notch picture, as usual!

    Well done that man on getting the illustration gig, too.

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  3. The Victorian influence is a really strong touch. Lovely job.

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  4. Top stuff sir, look forward to seeing your more diverse work!

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  5. Very very nice work on this guy. Congrats on the ECW project too.

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  6. Great work and great news on the commission. Had a bit of a worry earlier as blogger was saying 'Panzer Kaput's Painted Review' was no more! Delighted to see that you're still here.

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  7. Thanks guys for the words of support and the fact you like the pics. As I said more on the other project in the next few days

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