Friday, 9 October 2015

Sicilian Moors

I recently finished painting some splendid 28mm sculpts from Perry & Footsore Miniatures to represent Sicilian Moors. It was a large project for me and kept me busy for quite a while, in the end I was very happy with how they turned out. The project was undertaken for Ben from Little Tin Men blog - I think Ben is a top notch painter, so I was a little nervous about painting stuff for him.
You will notice that most of the figures don't have shields, except where they are cast onto the figure, I painted the shields separately as Ben will be applying decals to these as well as doing the basing.
Ben sent me a number of useful reference pictures which really helped, especially with the decorative garb of the heavy cavalry.
I hope you enjoy them.



















11 comments:

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    1. Thanks mate, I really appreciate the encouragement :-)

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  2. Amazing job on the clothes and horses, they look superb!

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  3. The cavalry look really good, in fact all of them do
    keep going!

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  4. Really top notch work, and I love the colours you have used.

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    1. Thanks Lawrence. I was using a few new colours I had picked up from the Reaper paints range.

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  5. Damn this is good....
    The tone down but still colourfull miniatures.

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