Tuesday, 5 June 2012

Perry Miniatures Russian Napoleonic High Command




A lovely set of miniatures to paint.

11 comments:

Michael Awdry said...

Wow! What an absolutely gorgeous command stand; a thing of beauty Sir!

dhcwargamesblog said...

Lovely... this one has been on my "must-buy" list since they released it... now I see that vindicated!

Christopher(aka Axebreaker) said...

Really superb work!

Christopher

Lord Hill said...

Really, REALLY nice - what a great bit of painting

Jason said...

A lovely set of miniatures and beautifully painted.

Rodger said...

This is a fantastic piece Mark. Extremely well done.

Der Feldmarschall said...

Just fantastic! Can't wait to paint these minis myself someday.

Jason

Baconfat said...

Jaw dropping eye candy there.

Schrumpfkopf said...

Fantsstic painting on a historically questionable set.

Squeaks said...

Quick question Mark..what combo did you use as non metallic gold on epaulettes etc?

Mark Hargreaves said...

Greetings, Squeaks! I'm afraid that there is no wizardry here.... I've never been able to master Non-metalic metals. What you see here is the Foundry Gold triad in all its glory. As these pieces are going to be handled, the gold paint has been applied BEFORE varnishing, hence it looks less shiny. On display pieces I always do metalic work AFTER varnishing so it shines. I also use gold and silver inks for added zing, but not on these chaps.