Saturday, 5 February 2011

Lifeguards 1

British Napoleonic Lifeguards, 1815. Another twelve to do. Watch this space. These are the first Renegade Napoleonics I have encountered.










7 comments:

Long Island Wargammer said...

Very inspiring work - thank you for sharing!

Guidowg said...

Great figures and beautiful painting, some of the best I've seen.

Guidowg said...

Oh, I forgot to ask, what colours do you use on the horses hoofs. I usually leave mine black but I like your results.
Cheers,
Guido.

Christopher(aka Axebreaker) said...

Really very nice and the bases look great!

Cheers
Christopher

Mark Hargreaves said...

Guido, I used Foundry Rawhide on the horses hooves. Cheers.

Guidowg said...

Thanks Mark.
Do you predominately use foundry paints?
(Ah yes, I noticed hoofs instead of hooves after I posted).
Cheers.

Mark Hargreaves said...

Guido, I've got a few Foundry triads that are favourites, notably Deep Blue, Spearshaft, Stone, Arctic White, Deep brown Leather, Charcoal Black and Bright Red. I've few other triads in the drawers that come out occasionally but generally I use allsorts. I have about eighty bottles of Vallejo Model Colour, The Coat D'Arms Military set, tubes of watercolour and crafter's acrylics. Oh... how could I forget the Foundry Expert Flesh set! If you only ever buy one Foundry set, then get this one!