|L to R: Musketeer Miniatures (MM), MM, MM, West Wind, MM, MM|
The miniatures are from West Wind and Musketeer and the shield transfers are from Little Big Men Studios. The Musketeer models are quite nice, but I would have liked some even more menacing looking types. Also, there were quite a bit of flash and mold lines on the miniatures, which made cleaning them up a bit of a chore. I really don't like cleaning up models ...
I've been experimenting with my new daylight bulbs and an improvised lightbox. It think the photos came out all right for a first try, but it will take some more trial and error before I'm satisfied.
Finally, a warm welcome to the new followers Panzer Kaput and Legion Games (do you have a blog, I couldn't see one linked from your profile?).
Thanks for looking everyone, there will be more Saxons in a week or so!
They look just great! Looking forward to more!ReplyDelete
Very nice work JonasReplyDelete
They look great. Very nice bases aswell.ReplyDelete
Great painting made even better by the great basework !ReplyDelete
Thanks guys! I've just tweaked the photos some more, as they were a bit too dark.ReplyDelete
Photos, figures and bases all look great Jonas!!!ReplyDelete
Really like the meticulous work on the bases, adds to the impressive finish!ReplyDelete
Looking forward to a shoot of the complete force once this is ready.
Excellent work. Very well painted, indeed !ReplyDelete
Do you know whether the musketeer miniatures match with Gripping Beast?
They match up pretty good with Gripping Beast I'd say. Seen up close, the Musketeer models are a tad less chunky but I don't think it's noticeable once they're on the table.
Greate work Jonas !!!ReplyDelete
Best regards Michael
Very nice Jonas!ReplyDelete
Very nice Saxons. Those look great.ReplyDelete
Thank you all for your kind words! I'm glad you like them!ReplyDelete
Really like this bunch. Great looking dogs of war! Just don't invite them over as they might decide to stay. ;-)ReplyDelete
Yeah, they sure tend to overstay their welcome ...