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  • #188757
    Avatar photoRobert Dunlop
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    Turner has announced that the 1815 British, French, and Prussian range will be released in the near future. Here are some photos, all 6mm prints. First up, Napoleon (from Borodino rather than Waterloo I think):

    Marshal Ney:

    And a sighter of British cavalry:

    Robert

    #188758
    Avatar photoAndrew Beasley
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    That way leads to madness…

    I get annoyed over not being able to paint my 28s like I used to but to see that Napoleon blew me away!

     

    #188760
    Avatar photominiaturemen
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    Very nice and cute, Napoleon looks very unhappy.

    #188888
    Avatar photoRobert Dunlop
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    Thank you.

    Here is the Duke of Wellington in 6mm:

    Robert

    #188899
    Avatar photoRobert Dunlop
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    This is a Prussian Kürassier:

    Robert

    #189002
    Avatar photoRobert Dunlop
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    Here is the Prince of Orange in 6mm:

    Robert

    #189003
    Avatar photominiaturemen
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    Great work ( only just realised you painted these). I would be very proud of I had done those.

    I really like the caricature sculpts and would really like some WW2 Western Desert Brits and Italians.

    Keep posting more pics

    Gary

    #189044
    Avatar photoRobert Dunlop
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    Thank you, Gary

    This time it is Blücher, also in 6mm:

    Robert

    #189457
    Avatar photoRobert Dunlop
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    A British Heavy Dragoon trumpeter:

    Robert

    #189460
    Avatar photoAndrew Beasley
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    These just get better.

    It was nice to see Sonic Sledgehammer do some classic foot sloggers as well https://youtu.be/yeCbQTLasJc – think I could just get to this stage after a box – yours are still way way ahead!

     

    #189532
    Avatar photominiaturemen
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    Amazing brushwork again Robert, nice bright colours.

    Keep up the good work

    Gary

    #189586
    Avatar photoRobert Dunlop
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    Thank you, Gary!

    A French Cuirassier:

    Robert

    #189612
    Avatar photoRobert Dunlop
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    A French Heavy Dragoon:

    Robert

    #189779
    Avatar photoRobert Dunlop
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    French Hussar:

    Robert

    #189786
    Avatar photoSkip
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    That is some fantastic brush work, if only my 15s were that good

    #189899
    Avatar photoRobert Dunlop
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    Thank you, Skip.

    A British infantry command stand:

    Robert

    #189922
    Avatar photoAndrew Beasley
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    They remind me a little of Essex figures – a bit short in the leg and big hands…

    Not that that’s an issue – I’ve owned a fair few Essex over the years 🙂

     

    #189923
    Avatar photoRobert Dunlop
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    Yes, Andrew. At this level of magnification, you see the features that are made more (or less) prominent compared to ‘real life’. It really helps with painting and, subsequently, with visualising the 6mm figures on table. Once the ten infantry companies are completed then I photograph the whole battalion, which will give a different impression.

    Robert

    #189924
    Avatar photoAndrew Beasley
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    Going by these the battalion will look super.

    I think the larger hands are needed on figures below 15mm to give you a decent area to paint else they look odd on the table as my eye expects to see hands.

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