Monday, January 22, 2018

British and Allied Staff

Here is the British staff, along with a couple command bases of allies. As usual, these are a mix of personalities from Strelets and a handful from other manufacturers, such as Hat and Waterloo 1815.

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First, the british personalities:

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I have two versions of Picton. The one below is from Waterloo 1815:

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And this one here is from Strelets. A very cartoony Picton, in the style of Strelets. It's quite interesting to compare two very ditinct styles of sculting on the same subject.

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 The Duke of Wellington:

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The Duke of Brunswick:

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Prince William of Orange, accompanied by a Nassau Jaeger officer:

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A handful of unnamed commanders to complete my british headquarters:

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As I like dramatic vignettes, this one below represents a reunion of commanders chivalrously debating the best course of action. 

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7 comments:

  1. Any time I look at your figures, the same words come to my mind: how can he... When does he find the time... ? Mateus, you are a true Master.

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  2. What a fantastic collection, absolutly superb!!

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  3. Amazing! Great quality and the output of painted mini's is impressive!

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  4. Really nice! A terrific bunch of figures.

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  5. Fantastic!

    There is only one little problem - how the h*ll can we mere mortals ever compete with the Greek Olympian God of painting Mateus? (Kind of makes me think it I would be better off leaving all my figures in the raw plastic. :) )

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  6. Thanks, guys!

    Chris, a couple hours every evening do the magic!

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  7. I love your composition on the bases. Everything looks very natural and realistic.

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