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A mythical beast - a female wargamer! I got back into wargaming in the summer of 2011 after a very, very long break. My current interests are Ancients, ACW, 30YW and SciFi gaming.

Tuesday, 5 June 2012

WIP: 30YW Foot, the Red-Green Regiment #3; WIP: Donnington 30YW Cuirassiers #1

The Red-Green Regiment of Foot

All the painting is done, they've had their Klear/ink coat, been glued to bases, texture gunk added and dry-brushed. Unfortunately it has been tipping down, so no chance of me opening my windows to give them a spray coat of matt varnish. That will have to wait until the weather is better, after which I can do the flocking and tufting.







Donnington 30YW Cuirassiers

I've made a start on these - just the base coats: white on the horses, black on the armour.



Yup, that's right. 36 of them. It might seem a lot, but they should actually be quite easy to paint so I may as well do them all in one batch. First job will be to dry-brush the armour with Gunmetal Grey, then a thin wash of black over the top. Next job will be to do the base colours for the horses.

Other Bits:

This evening I've prepped another 12 Harquebusiers/Reiters, leaving me 12 more to do before I wash, assemble and prime them. once the cuirassiers are done, I'll do another regiment of foot before starting these.

I probably won't get much done tomorrow - I've got a meeting in the evening, so won't have time to do anything between getting home and heading out to that and I'm not sure what time I'll get home.


4 comments:

  1. Those red green boys are beautiful Tamsin.

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  2. Is it just me, or does the commander of the red/green unit look like Santa?

    Nice work on them, and good luck with the Cuirassiers.

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  3. The red and green dudes are fantastic Tamsin. Very very nice looking unit.

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  4. The Red-Green regiment looks fantastic. Everything about it looks perfect - the scale, the ranking , the colours. Fantastic stuff. And then 36 cuirassiers...really looking forward to seeing those get some more paint on!

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