Wednesday, December 7, 2011

War of 1812 Infantry Sculpt Update

Last week…? Maybe…? The days they are just flying by... It seems like it was forever ago, but it was probably last week (maybe it was two weeks...?) that I make a mould of the 1812 infantry doll and I’ve been working on a few new masters of regulars and militiamen. Here they are:

(Remember: click on the pictures for a bigger version)

The chap in the middle is a British Regular (from the 41st or 49th Regiment of Foot). The other fellow with the beginnings of a stovepipe shako (on the far right) is going to be a US Regular infantryman. The rest of them are going to be militia. I’m probably going to do a few more militiamen as well (different jackets).

They’re a bit crude… but when there’s 220 of them all painted up pretty-like on a table full of beautiful terrain… no one will even notice…

Coming soon on Tim’s Miniature Wargaming Blog:

Maybe some Elves… or maybe I’ll just go ahead and finish up the 1st Battalion, 1st Regiment of Foot (Royal Scots), I mean it’s not like I have any shortage of other historical stuff to paint for the 2nd Annual Analogue Hobbies Winter Painting Challenge… I had just figured I should get a few fantasy things out of the way because I’ll be focusing on historicals for three months… but there isn’t that much fantasy stuff I really NEED to get done right away… so…

1 comment:

  1. I like them, because of the home-crafted look and because you made them yourself. (and because they kind of resemble my own efforts more than any commercial minis) Creativity is good.