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    vtsaogames
    vtsaogames
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    A post of some newly painted figures may be of interest to those contemplating purchasing any of these figures.

     

    More can be seen here https://corlearshookfencibles.blogspot.com/

    #81702

    McKinstry
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    I really like those Blue Moon figures. How easily did they paint up?

    Never wrestle with a pig. You both get muddy and the pig just likes it.

    #81703

    zippyfusenet
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    Well done Vincent, those figures look great. Heaven help me, I’ve recently started a 15mm Frontier Wars collection, with War of 1812 in mind, but of course it won’t stop there. Those Blue Moon villagers are mighty tempting.

    I had some 60 old French bicorne infantry from the 70’s in my closet and painted them up a few years back.

    Bwahahahaha. I do that. You have to be a geezer to do that, who hasn’t cleaned his closet in a long time.

    You'll shoot your eye out, kid!

    #81718
    vtsaogames
    vtsaogames
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    I really like those Blue Moon figures. How easily did they paint up?

    I find Blue Moon easy to paint. I block paint and then use a dark wash, highlight a little after the wash dries.

    What’s that you said about geezers, Irv? I can’t hear you.

     

    My wife has suggested I take everything out of my closet and then think about what should go back in. Gasp.

    #81775
    B6GOBOS
    B6GOBOS
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    Wonderful figures.  A very nice job you’re done on painting them

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