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On a whim I decided to do a quick paint job on some Artizan 7th cav figures I've had laying around for a while.   We play a game called Dead Mans Hand and since it's a small scale skirmish game it takes just a few minis.

 

Painted jackets and pants then did a wash on both.  Also basecoated some leather.  Also used Tanned Leather as a basecoat for yellow neckerchiefs.  Decided to go with a few different hat colors just so it's easier to differentiate models on the table.

 

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Pretty much done.  Need to do some rank markings on their sleeves once I'm reminded what the different ranks in the game are.  Also need to finish the bases.

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They are good looking miniatures. You are making a FINE start on them, but now I have the theme song from F Troop playing through my head. 

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