I have had this finished for ages and just never got around to posting it.
Slowly trying to get myself motivated to start another project, as to what, I have no idea.
Anyhow here is my second attempt at painting a bust, its of a Zaporozhian Cossack from 1676 by Young Miniatures. As soon as I seen this kit it straight away reminded me of the film Taras Bulba with Tony Curtis and Yul Brynner, so I bought it and the rest is history.
Any comments or questions are most welcome, thanks for looking at my Blog, Michael.
Its been quite a while since my last post, but here we go with my latest offering.
The Vignette is from Soldiers of Italy, depicting a Rogers Ranger in hand to hand combat with an Abenaki S. Francais Indian in 54mm scale metal. Its a very old kit I picked up second hand from a local model show.
Fitting the pieces together to look right was not an easy task, but worked out okay in the long run. All painted in acrylics and N.M.M.
I am not sure what my next project will be, it could be anything from 28mm up to 120mm or even a Bust, we shall see.
Thanks for looking and any comments or questions are most welcome.
Hello again, here we have a work in progress of a Vignette I have had sitting about for ages. The figures are of King John II and Edward the Black Prince both mounted, but I am not sure whether to base them separately or on same base as yet.
The WIP pictures you can see are of the King John II model in 28mm, all done in acrylics and NMM.
King John II of France reigned from 1350 until his death in 1364. Known as John the Good, he fought against Edward 'the Black Prince' of England at the Battle of Poitiers. King John was captured during the battle and later taken to the Tower of London.
The Black Prince is being worked on as I type and will be posted soon.
Thanks for looking and any comments or questions are most welcome. Michael
Again, sorry for delay in my next post, due to holidays etc and obviously having to make and paint the model.
Anyhow, here we are with my latest, it is by FeR miniatures in 75mm and called Southern Pride.
Its a very nicely sculpted model in resin, of a battle weary looking Infantry Officer, that's how I saw him, so that's how I painted him. He is painted in acrylics and again I used N.M.M. for gold etc
I bought the model in Edinburgh at the Scale model show, which turned out better than I thought it would be.
Any comments or questions are most welcome and thanks for looking at my Blog.