Ugh.. I feel your pain mate. Painting base colours on Infantry are the headache of this hobby for me. :)
Thanks Dai, yeah masses of infantry are a bloody nuisance!
Looking good! It must be a great feeling to get that lot off the painting table. I like the guy on the stretcher :-)
Thanks Paul, it was a relief but just dos the figures are such a slog for me... And still varnish, highlights, etc. to do!
Yeah I'm not looking forward to painting a German Late War, Soviet Mid-Late War, and Brit and German Early War armies for I Ain't Been Shot Mum...That being said, these figures look great! Well done!
The best part of painting infantry is suddenly you have 50 painted guys done after weeks of no productivity. Otherwise it's a total grind.
Very very true. Glad to get the bulk of the work for these guys done.
Good man Jamie, what an amount of troops you've gotten through!!!
Thanks Paul! Not up to the same standard as your Napoleon!!
Fantastic - great progress too, mate!What do you make of the PSC 6pdrs?
They look ok Drax, but I've not put them together yet. I already have 6 BF models for me infantry company. The plastic ones will be for my Recce Squadron list... (yeah, I know, I could just use the same guns. But hey, the decals and squadron markings will be different - and your talking to the guy that's planning to buy limbered 6 and 17-pdrs in order to have the guns modelled properly when they are being transported!). I'll do a review of the guns at some point for you to show the BF and PSC ones side by side.
Please feel free to leave a comment - it will appear once moderated! Thanks!