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A beautifully clean and crisp Chronoscope sculpt, this defender of Canadian justice and law is perfect for Sasquatch hunts, two-fisted pulp confrontations with smugglers and gangsters, encounters with Pleistocene megafauna or Dark Young of the Black Goat from BC to Newfoundland. That cleft chin is a perfect Ridolfi touch.
Here are some gnasty gnolls for your enjoyment!
Tried to do some work on groups with an army/matching uniform look...
... And some highlighting on raised areas (the gnoll's left knee).
The lighting isn't super great in these pictures (sorry!) but I promise you all they DO have spooky red eyes, as per the usual evil hunters.
Next post will likely be a return some bigger minis (I just can't quit my demon lords!). Until then, take care of yourselves!
I found tutorials to paint confederate and union uniforms:
Painting American Civil War Confederates
Painting American Civil War Union
and for Horses (but with Humbrol colors, I must check if I can get the same colors from vallejo)
These paint schemes 10mm miniatures and I'm planning to paint 28mm minis. I hope the scale makes not really a difference in what colors I should use. It is possible that I need more colors or not? Ok, I could use white to get different shades of the same colors of the mentioned paints.
A friend of mine will paint Confederates as rebels for our western campaign.
I think we will use the ACW 1 Plastic American Civil War Infantry and ACW2 Plastic American Civil War Cavalry from Perry Miniatures. I think I will take some of them and paint them also, but as Unions. There are also Minis for ACW 90 American Civil War Artillery and ACW 70 American Civil War Zouaves, but in theses I'm not interested in the moment.
They made also this box: ACW 80 American Civil War Confederate Infantry 1861-65
I do not understand why they made an extra box for Confederates Infanty, if they could be made out of the ACW 1 Box...
I know that Zouaves are used by the US and CSA, I would like to know which colors they were wearing on which sides.
Example Pictures from the Perry Site:
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