31 May 2014

Paint Table Saturday #30 - Sherburne's Additional Continental Regiment Completed

After a rather productive session on the brushes I have managed to complete the first 16 continentals using the Fife and Drum miniatures.

I decided to keep these on skirmish bases, the fact that I can place them on sabot trays if I want to use them for Black Powder or other systems means I can use get better use out of them.



Having completed this unit I have noticed that the figures are not an easy paint for my normal style of work they are very slender however I am happy with the final result and the unit as a whole.


26 comments:

  1. Good looking troops. As you say you have been productive. Very nice looking unit.

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  2. Wonderfully painted figures Andrew. :-)

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  3. Wonderful work, I can almost hear "Yankee Doodle" on the pipe!

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  4. Nice work Andrew. I agree w Monty, the fifer looks like he stepped out of that famous "Spirit of 76" painting. Great job with those fellows, even if they are rascally rebels.

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    1. That one piper is from the Spirit of '76 vignette so it does look familiar!

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  5. Great looking AWI figures; they really had a nice variety of uniforms as your work shows.

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  6. Love these beautiful troops!

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  7. Hola
    Magnificas figuras si señor
    un saludo

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  8. I did think they look rather slim. Excellent job though mate!

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  9. Great work Andy.
    Lovely choice of uniform.
    Your gonna have to do these again in 15mm bud

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  10. Very good looking miniatures.
    Well done, Andrew!

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  11. Wonderful paintwork Andrew! Really like the look of these guys!

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  12. Lovely figs, beautifully painted, and the ranks of 18th C troops always look brilliant on the table! The skirmish/sabot arrangement is one which might be worth a look for some of the SAGA warbands out there, thanks for the idea!

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  13. I think they look rather splendid!

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  14. Great brush work on the figures - very crisp. I like your shading on the flesh a lot. The figures have wonderfully realistic proportions.

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  15. Excellent work on these and great idea of using sabots

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  16. My word that's an impressive turnaround for a session the brushes - bravo Sir.

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  17. Good work Mr. Loki!!
    I'm working in a british army of the AWI and your pics have been inspirational.

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  18. Thank you everyone for the kind words.

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