Thursday, January 18, 2007

Painting Again 2


10 comments:

Bluebear Jeff said...

I do like the elegance of the RSM figures.


-- Jeff

http://saxe-bearstein.blogspot.com/

Bloggerator said...

Me too. I'm painting the nine Croat odds and ends that I have from their Austrian range, and am finding that they are going very well and very quickly. Most enjoyable.

Poruchik said...

I have a few Croats I hope to post soon as part of the problem on the plateau! I'm using that casting as my forest wardens for the EoV.

As always well done figures!

Donald~

Bloggerator said...

The horse the blue-coated officer is riding is a Eureka offering left over from some review samples I was sent a while ago.

It's a lovely animal and I do wish Eureka would actually sell them seperately.

Grimsby Mariner said...

I like the colour of the red riders horse - an excellent scheme. I think I can see my gendarmes riding bay horses like that!

Grand Duchy of Stollen 1768 said...

Both figures are wonderfl, but I too am more partial to the red rider atop the light bay horse. He just has a certain something.

Best Regards,

Stokes

Bloggerator said...

Yes, it's a eally nicely abomated casting - I was very attracted to it as soon as I opened the box.

All the best,

Greg

Bloggerator said...

Errr - by "abomated", I mean "animated"!

Alte Fritz said...

That Eureka horse is a stunner!!! I really like that pose. It looks like a perfect match for the RSM rider. This bodes well for when the Saxons finally hit the market.

Bloggerator said...

Alan Marsh can sure sculpt a nice horse; I'd been thinking that ever since I bought their Mycenean chariot. Bloody beautiful.

I believe Nic eventually intends to sell them seperately.

Greg