Sunday, 30 September 2012

Volunteer Rifles and New Flags

I have finished the Volunteer Rifleman and I am rather pleased with it. I as you can see I went for the Rifle Green jacket with black facings and silver buttons of a British Rifle regiment. I also gave the chap a Glengarry of the Rifles with a plume or hackle and as the regiment is Scottish I have given it the checked board band with green to mark it as a rifle unit. The trews are in Douglas Hunting Tartan, thanks there to Ray for suggesting that pattern and it works rather well with this.

Douglas Volunteer Rifles, 1938

Also I have done a couple of flags for someone too, these are for his Anglican League force which are based in Chester.



4 comments:

  1. The gentleman is very handsome in his uniform, PK.

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  2. Great work PK, he looks the part, I'm glad I had a little input into this fine looking chap!

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  3. Another dashing chap joins the ranks - cracking job Sir.

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  4. Cracking Pete, the trews look great really nice work.

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