For all one's ambitions and plans, one finds other things supervening and getting in the way. But ... we progress.
The pile of toys I photographed several weeks ago are beinning to take shape. The
15th Altmark-Uberheim Infantry, the Guard have recently been observed on the Parade green of Linberg looking resplendent in their new uniforms whilst trooping the colour.
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The colour, by the way, is simply hand drawn and coloured using 'transparency' pens on ordinary paper. I hope soon to have more pictures...
Proud Guards, and certainly the pride of their country and sovereign!ReplyDelete
Well done! Lovely troops and a credit to their sovereign. Thanks for posting. - Mike (St. Maurice)ReplyDelete
Your troops look great . . . and I certainly would not have guessed that the colour was hand-drawn . . . it looks very good, even professional.ReplyDelete
Splendid unit indeed. I hope they perform as well on the table top as they look. Is it because of the photography or do your figures have a certain pastel/porcelain like feel to them (which I do really like actually)?ReplyDelete
Possibly it's just the photography. I don't as a rule varnish my figures, but I suspect were I to give them a gloss varnish, they would take on a 'porcelain' aspect. I agree that that can look very attractive indeed...
Come to think of it, I do use gloss paint on some of my Imperialists, and they do look a bit porcelain-like. I'll post a pic or two of the Arenburg Regiment shortly, just to see...
Splendid troops! And great work on the flag! I would never have guessed it was hand-drawn either.ReplyDelete
Very nice indeed.Well done.ReplyDelete
great theme Altmark