Thursday, 29 June 2017

Applying Paint .


After some delays when 'real life' got in the way I've started to get some more Russian infantry done , doing them first because they're the easiest - thank heavens for brown greatcoats !. The figures are Stretlets and have some rather odd poses in the box which hopefully won't be to noticeable when they're all done and based . 

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  1. You'll need far more troops to defend those biscuits.

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  2. Russians in greatcoat are a good for speedy painting, unless they are fully laden with equipment.

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    1. Yes the only fiddly bit is their picklehaubes .

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    1. Bit since I did any Crimean figures so it's nice to get back to them .

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    2. This is the problem with looking at blogs on a smartphone, until I zoomed in I thought that was a can of Grumpy Old Man, made me curious.

      Anyway I find that odd poses disappear in a horde of little guys.

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    3. I assume 'Grumpy Old Man' is a beer ?

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  4. Great work... I'm glad Strelets now make more sets with uniform poses in.

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    1. Yes these older boxes have 40+ different poses , some of which are a bit naff

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  5. Russians in greatcoat are a good for speedy painting, unless they are fully laden with equipment.



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