Friday, 12 July 2013

Artizan Designs "Thrilling Tales" Miniatures



Rather fun and characterful figures to paint are these miniatures. These are no doubt destined for great adventures on the tabletop in far away places with their owner. From left to right: Bowler, Commandant Dreyfus, Corporal Clotski, Legionnaire Dumas, Ali, Claude and Sergeant Nocker.

10 comments:

Chris Stoesen said...

Love the eye patch figure. Great painting job.

Terry Silverthorn said...

Very nice painting indeed

Michael Awdry said...

What a wonderful collection, love the look of these Mark.

Jehan said...

Wow, great paintjob !

Can I ask you which colours you have used for the uniforms ?

Regards,
J-B

Furt said...

Very nicely done - full of character.

Frank
http://adventuresinlead.blogspot.com.au/

Thomas Foolery said...

Well done!

Stuart S said...

Very nice, you have really captured the period with these chaps.

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Mark Hargreaves said...

Thank you for the kind words, everyone. Jehan, the basic mix on the khaki on the uniforms is a base coat of VMC Brown Sand, a mid tone of a 50-50 mix of VMC Brown Sand and VMC Iraqui Sand and a highlight of VMC Iraqui sand straight from the pot. Leatherwork id Foundry Deep Leather Brown triad, blue sah is VMC Dark Prussian Blue, VMC Prussian Blue and a highlight of VMC Dark Blue. Hope that helps.

Jehan said...

Thanks a lot, I have all these references and I will try on my next minis !
Have a nice week-end,
Jehan