Tuesday, 24 November 2015

WW1 French - The Fourth Installment

Some more of the characterful 28mm Scarab Miniatures French I've finished recently:

Chauchat team on the move


Trench Mortar crew & re-supply


Pigeon Messenger service & feline friend

Just keep that cat away from the pigeon!

More officers & NCO's


15 comments:

  1. Another great-looking group with lots of character. That figure with the pigeon reminds of one that came in the old Airfix WWI pack of figures. Lovely stuff!

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    1. Thanks Lawrence. They were lots of fun to paint.
      Did the Airfix figure have a cat with it too?

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    2. I can't remember the cat to be honest, just the figure with the pigeon. It was one of my first boxes of figures, around forty plus years ago.

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  2. Wonderful. As you say, they are full of character and are also beautifully painted.Very well done!

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    1. Thanks Stephen, glad you like them.

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  3. Very good job!
    "On les aura"
    Good game.
    http://sylvain-figsethistoire1914-1944.blogspot.fr/2015/11/les-poilus-bleuets-pour-bolt-action-28mm.html

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    1. Merci :)
      Thanks you for your kind words and the link to your blog.

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    1. Cheers Rodger.
      I hope you won't mind seeing more from this range in the future - I have rather a lot in the "lead mountain" :-)

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  5. Splendid details and great colors, well done! Love the Pigeon Messenger service...

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    1. Hi Phil, thanks! They are great figures to paint & I quite like the "Horizon Blue" colour of the French Uniforms - makes a change from khaki.

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  6. Cracking painting Jacksarg! Love the figure with pigeon ready to go

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    1. G'day Paul, thanks for the kind words.
      Really liking the look of your Napoleonic Saxons - I used to have a collection of them myself when I lived in the UK.

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