1 February 2015

After much delay I got there in the end.

 My table has been rather active of late and a wide and diverse range of figures have adorned it in recent weeks as I clear the back log of work, whilst still keeping current work in progress.

One of the backed up projects included 10 figures from fellow blogger and pirate, Edwin at Thoughts of a depressive Diplomatist.





 I have already featured the chinese wizard that completes this group in an earlier post. These are all from the Northstar Lord Currs company Box set for In Her Majestys Name. They made a nice change from painting Historical figures with Edwin giving me free range with the only request that the lady be a redhead.

Thats all for now folks thanks for stopping by


35 comments:

  1. Hola
    Que buenas minis
    tienes una gran mesa
    un saludo

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  2. These are fantastic! Thanks so very much!

    And as we know, gentlemen prefer redheads.

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    1. To be honest I am disappointed with the pictures, they dont do the figures real justice

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  3. Brilliant work Loki and good to see you posting again :)

    I love the tartan on the mad engineer :)

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    1. Thanks Tamsin, he was a lot of fun to paint

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  4. Andrew ~ you never cease to amaze me. My gosh - the steadiness of the hand-work alone...the colour combos... the fine lines. Gee, I hate painting red next to white, but you have the guy with the white shirt and red vest...I'm glad you enjoy this. If people had to wait on me to do something like this...

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    1. Thanks Dixie, lots of practise and very controlled breathing goes on with things like these

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  5. Lovely work there Andrew and Edwin will be pleased with them

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    1. He is! And more to the point Mrs Edwin will be too!

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  6. Cor, that's a jolly damn' nice set, well done.

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  7. Very cool characters - I bet they were fun to paint. They look great.

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    1. Great fun to paint and a nice diversion to work alongside the other figures

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  8. Top work Budski! Love the blue on the chap in the centre, top pic!

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  9. Cracking job , and with great individuality too

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    1. Cheers Dave, think you will like the next post

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  10. Lovely work, Loki - your work is always a treat!

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  11. Very nicely done they look great.

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  12. That is an awesome set of characters Loki! Wonderful work Sir!

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    1. Thanks Rodger they were an enjoyable paint

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  13. A great collection of minis with a simple yet beautiful colour scheme.

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