Great looking Saxon artillery, Phil! Nice change up from your usual 15mm work.
I agree with you painting/working on 28mm figures is a change for me. I think it may take me another year painting 28's to get to my 15mm level of painting style (more detail etc) and eye - candy appeal :o) my flocking on the gun section bases are of moderate quality :o)Thanks again Dean!cheers,
Good work! The Saxon artillery have a handsome uniform, don't they?
Thanks Pete, well if I was Frederick Augustus I of Saxony during the Napoleonic period I would have all Line infantry dressed like the Artillery crews and the Artillery crews dressed in white uniforms! :oPcheers,
Some more great looking Saxons! Very nicely done.
Thanks Jason, much appreciated!
Excellent job, splendid details...
Thanks for your kind words and visiting Phil much appreciated! all the best...cheers,
Wow! Your Saxon army is growing at quite a rapid rate!With artillery, this is becoming a force to be reckoned with. Can cavalry be far behind?
Hi Jonathan, my Saxon cavalry figures haven't arrived yet... a little short on funds to purchase the figures! :o)
Great work again Phil. These Elite miniatures really have a lot of character.
Thanks Lawrence, yes I agree, Elite miniatures do have a lot of character and look great after painting the figures....cheers,
Elite miniatures are another fine manufacture of military miniatures but it also takes fine paint work to bring them to their full potential, which I can see you have achieved.Great work Phil.
Thank you so much Thoran! Elite Miniatures and perhaps in a way, Old Glory 28's, are tough (difficult) figures to paint.. I actually receive a few emails from fellow bloggers, asking me to stop painting the figures mention above :o) and start collecting and paint 28mm Front Rank or Perry Miniatures....anyway..thanks again! cheers,
Wonderful set of guns!Christopher
Thanks Paul!I need to finish off the other three Batteries, have no idea when though!....cheers,
Fine Photo`s and Splendid Painting Style! Greetings BB