22 November 2014

Napoleonic Peacocks, Popinjays and Dandies (part 5) The finished vignette

For those that have not been following this through the week, if you want to see the individual figures before they got to this stage please see the previous posts this week. click the page tab at the bottom of this post.

Right onto the finished vignette, I wont say anything about this as I have covered that during this past week and hopefully the images will convey the theme.













This will be listed on Ebay tomorrow at around 7pm for anyone interested, hopefully it will generate me some funds to allow me to purchase some shiney new 15's for my own collections. Of course if anyone reading this wants to jump the queue before it goes to ebay, then contact me directly through the blog.

Loki

22 comments:

  1. Well the component parts each look excellent but the finished vignette equals a far greater result. Someone is going to be very happy with the result

    Ian

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  2. Lovely work there Andrew and I great vignette. Wonderful skills

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  3. That didn't take long! Lovely job.

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  4. The next time you doubt yourself as a painter and an artist look back at this vignette. It is a masterpiece.

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  5. Wow, wow, wow, wow, wow and wow! That should cover it. ;)

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  6. The whole is greater than the sum of it's parts! Ian beat me to it but it was my first thought. This would be very hard to sell off.

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  7. Absolutely fabulous work Loki :)

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  8. Nicely done - hope it gets what it deserves :)

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  9. All figures and furniture look so realistic - sharp work!!

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  10. Wonderful work! Certainly a bunch of very colourful gentlemen!

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  11. Well that turned out a treat now didn't it?

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  12. Absolutely stunning result Andrew! I am sure this piece will generate a very good return!

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  13. That, Sir, is God Damned Art! Pardon the vulgarity, but I just can't think of a better way to put it! Well Done! Well Done!

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  14. it's a beautiful scene ! excellent work on a nice set !

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  15. Hola
    Buena escena as echo si señor
    un saludo

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  16. Fantastic command stand! Really like the colours!

    Greetings
    Peter

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  17. Stunning work, Andrew.
    Honestly I like the colourful choice of uniforms you made.

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  18. Lovely work! And you did indeed pick some of the dandiest units there!

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