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  1. I recently started on a new historical piece (sorry to anyone checking out this thread in the hopes that I misspelled 'dragons'). It's a 54mm Napoleonic figure from Pegaso. He's an officer of the Empress' Dragoons. Since he's in his dress uniform, I wanted to come up with a scene that would be appropriate. A little while back I found this great photo etch gates from ScaleLink. It looked like the kind of gate you'd find in front of some old French chateau, so it was perfect for this piece. I built a column using juweela bricks and then used another piece of photo etch for a plaque on the
  2. This is a resin flat from Arcabuz Miniatures in Spain. As a sculpted piece it's a bit less flat than the traditional engraved-in-slate metal flat, but more flat than Reaper's demi-ronde Sophie Christmas ornament. The actual size is about 3" tall. This is followed by a pair of 45mm traditional metal flats of Napoleonic Pinup Girls based on the artwork of Bartek Drejewicz: The pieces are available from 2D Figurines in the UK. There is an Austro-Hungarian Infantry Grenadier and a British Cavalry ...um, person. All figures painted with Reaper's MSPs. Qs and Cs welcomed. Happy N
  3. Here's something a bit different, a 75mm Napoleonic figure from the campaigns in Egypt. I've been wanting to do some more large scale projects because I think they make really nice display pieces. And figures from the Napoleonic era are a great topic because they've got such detailed and colorful uniforms. I made a good deal of progress this past weekend. I'm pretty happy with the colors, so here are my mixes. I'm listing just the main colors but there were many intermediate mixes between each paint listed to get smooth blends. The skin was Mahogany Brown + Rosy Shadow (3 to 1), Chest
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