I've had these awaiting varnishing for a week or two as I ran out of yacht varnish , but with the easing of 'lock down' I've got a fresh one . They are the second unit for my Freikorps Von Kleist's 'Green Croats' with a mounted officer to command the two units . They are of course Prince August SYW molds which I've cast up myself .
I also got these 3 Irregular 40mm figures done, they will be joining the ranks of the 'Black Hand' or the Hellenyk Republic irregulars - again 40mm Irregular figures .
The final figure is this Irregular Deutsch Homage 40mm , haven't got a back story for her yet - Mary Poppins ? - Agatha Christie ? . These will be appearing on my tabletop soon . Having got these finished I can continue painting up my 28mm SPQR figures .
Great work Tony - nice Toy Soldier feel to these figures.ReplyDelete
They have been sat for a couple of weeks awaiting gloss finish , glad to get them done .Delete
Great looking figures and I am intrigued by the final picture, looking forward to the back story...ReplyDelete
thinking - what really happened when Agatha Christie disappeared !?Delete
Shiny goodness. Like the little hook on umbrella on Miss Poppins.ReplyDelete
She is rather sweet !Delete
Could it be Beatrix Potter? Just a thought Tony.ReplyDelete
Hmm never thought of her !?Delete
If it is Agatha Christie it would be a mystery...ReplyDelete
Could it be Miss Marple ?Delete
https://manoftinblog.wordpress.com/2020/07/20/suffragettes-on-roller-skates-in-edwardian-london-scenario-wip/ Comment by Ian 'Joppy' Jonson on my post which featured your figure: " I’m really enjoying your take on the suffragette era, long may you continue. One thought about your ‘mystery’ figure’s history. You mention Mary Poppins and Agatha Christie, please remember that Miss Marple would have been around in her middle age at that time (she was ancient in the 1950s, so deduct 40 years)."ReplyDelete
Never thought of Miss MarpleDelete