Sunday, 13 March 2016

A Great Gunne.


Been cracking on with my TYWish armies and I've got a gun and crew finished .The gun was a bit of a pain to de-flash (the wheels especially) but at least they fit onto the axles perfectly .


I decided to base the crew separately on pennies and leave the gun unbased . The colour scheme for the gun I found on the Internet.


The gun and crew are displayed on a 'Imex' resin redoubt I've had for a while and have just got painted up. Got a cavalry regiment almost finished - they only need varnishing so things are speeding along nicely.



16 comments:

  1. Busy chap. That gun looks great, and I like the gunners massive hat.

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    1. Think Mars figures got a rather bad review , once painted not bad at all, Tony

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    1. Sadly there does not seem to be any smaller type gun in plastic - so 'Great Gunnes' it is ! , Tony

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  3. A Call to Arms do some smaller 17th century guns in plastic.

    You're moving super fast on this one, I must say.

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    1. Will have to look them up, yes I’ve been mainly concentrating on this projectt and sadly ignoring other things on my painting list, Tony

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  4. Splendid Tony - you are moving at a rapid rate with excellent results - do like the Gunners on Pennies - well done. KEV.

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    1. Yes they are painting up faster than I thought , I'm purposely not spending a lot of time on the individual figures, Tony

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    1. Yes the plastic guns are rather nice, Tony

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  6. Nice work! I like the redoubt as well. Just the thing if you need to defend a hill or decide to besiege a manor house.

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    1. Picked it up cheap on Ebay ages ago and finally got around to painting it up, Tony

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  7. Nice looking gun...and gunners!

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    1. Yes they look better now they are painted and glossed up, Tony

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