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Westwind Minatures - Victorian Gentleman, Manservant and Criminal

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To save producing three new topics I decided to group them together in one thread. All these are by Westwind Minatures and are still part of the EoTD Kickstarter (yes I still have 20 to go and will do for quite some time!!)

 

First up is another victorian gentleman, I attempted something new here and tried to paint tweed, this isn't too bad for table top standard but I would need to practice if I do this again.

 

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Next up is either a man servant or page boy, this model is shorter then most of the 28mm models. I have painted him in a simple scheme.

 

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And finally a criminal from the Holmes Nemesis set, I think this guy is supposed to portray the fugitive from the Hound of the Baskervilles. (Can't think of his name at the moment)

 

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As always comments welcome. I have 4 more of the current EoTD models to finish and then it's back onto some Bones.

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I've been enjoying seeing you work on these;they're pretty cool figures.

Nice job on the paint.

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I've been enjoying seeing you work on these;they're pretty cool figures.

Nice job on the paint.

Thanks for the compliment I still have so any more to paint though, but I think I have done enough to run a campaign at my games club.

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