Sunday, February 16, 2014

Perry Retreat from Moscow - WIP +1

After taking a break and watching the idiot box for too long, I was motivated to pick up the brush at about the time I should've gone to bed. But, in doing so I managed to finish the Carabinier and Cuirassier. As both are wearing riding cloaks, they weren't too difficult to finish. I wish the Perrys made a Grenadier a Cheval too - they had a really nice white cloak with frogging.
Only the Lancer and Hussar remain to be completed.

20 comments:

  1. Stunning work Dean, they really are a joy to work aren't they.

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  2. Nice work Dean. They are great looking figures.

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  3. Really nice painting - fantastic group.
    Dan

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  4. Well worth staying up late for, Excellent painting on excellent figures. I'm a big fan of the Perry's work too.
    Cheers

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  5. Excellent work Dean

    The retreat from Moscow line is very tempting

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  6. Outstanding, Dean! It just keeps getting better and better!

    All the best to you!
    Greg

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  7. Thanks for the kind comments, Gentlemen - one and all!

    Yes, these are very nice to paint - not too much uniform detail to fuss over as most are covered with great coats. The hardest thing is envisioning the primary colors to be used for each.

    Warmest Regards, Dean

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  8. Superb sculpts and painting. A must have for Napoleonic skirmish gaming.

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  9. Lovely painting, Dean! If you need inspiration for the Winter Retreat, a visit to Minnesota might be in order. ;-)

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  10. Very nice Dean, what have you got planned for the bases, something suitably chilly perhaps?

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  11. Stop teasing! Mine haven't arrived yet!

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  12. Thanks for the great comments - Gentlemen.

    @ Monty - the snow I can bare must be melted off before the next work day. :)

    @ Dave - nothing special just some snow and maybe dead grass.

    @ Michael - I am definitely looking forward to how you'll paint yours.

    Warm regards everyone, Dean

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