"Our tribute to the heroic past is its armies in miniature, today."
Recreating a 1970s Wargame army using 20mm vintage figures.
Gorgeous - now just need to give them their head on the table?
Rob - I agree but the Duke is worried they'll gallop at everything!
Smashing looking brigade , just ready for the tabletop.
Very smart indeed, Ian. Stapleton-Cotton is amazing!
Spiffing is an understatement! May he and they find much glory!"Broken-hearted I'll wander, broken-hearted I'll remain,For my bonny light horseman, in the wars he was slain."
Thanks Ross, hopefully not too many will be slain.
I dream of the day when I will have enough painted cavalrymen to have a brigade and for it to look as good as these chaps.
Mark - keep dreaming, I know you can do it!
Superb! I also have some Brunswick Hussars in the pipeline, you've set the bar pretty high there.
Are Stapleton Cotton, Ponsonby and Uxbridge the solicitors who did the conveyancing on your house?
Thanks MojoClive - no but I wish they had as things might have gone more smoothly!
Excellent looking brigade hope the perform well on the battlefieldPaul
Thanks Paul - so do I!
Lovely Ian Let 's hope your light horse run to some Hanoverians and some Dutch! Well the Hanoverians might run to Brussels.
They look great all together! Lovely work. Best Iain
Roy - I remember your splendid Cumberland Hussars who I think followed history and took off early from Vintage Waterloo!Iain - thanks for that although in both units I only painted half the figures myself.
Steady, LG, I'm currently painting my 1st KGL, and they have strict instructions not to pursue any sprouts. Gorgeous brigade, Ian.
Nigel - I'm sure your KGL will be fine fellows even if they do chase green vegetables!
They really do look marvellous - lovely job.You should have used the famous Scottish solicitors, Robb, Cheetham and Steele. Are they criminal lawyers? Is there another type?
I would like to have used Love, Makepeace and Joye but unfortunately they don't practice north of the border.
I remember Julian and Sandy who had a criminal practice which took up all their time
Beautiful figures Ian, do they all live on display shelves or packed away in boxes? I'd get a lot of pleasure from just looking at your collection, unit by unit :)
Hi Lee - I do have a nice acrylic display cabinet with mirrored back but it was the only item that didn't survive our move this year. I can't even blame the removals men as I broke it myself taking it off the wall! I haven't repaired it yet so currently all the Hinton Hunts are in boxes in the cupboard. I must get this sorted because it's crazy to keep them hidden away after all the work that has been put in!
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