|All my peasants, including the women from two weeks ago.|
A very busy week (for me at least) wherein I manage to finish off all my Mexican peasants, do some flash trimming on horses and a lot of work to get the basic structure of my arched building complete.
They've had some shading added to their clothing, skin tones added and facial features done. I also took advantage of a drop in gusting winds to get them all a matt spray varnish !
The photographs below show the various figure conversions with the original figure on the right and a bonus rear view of each group !
|Charging with various weapons|
|Rear view (obviously)|
|Shooters, with muzzle loaders|
|Their rear view (bit boring)|
|Attacking with various weapons|
|Tediously boring rear view|
|More attackers with shovels and an adze|
|Their rear view (bored yet?)|
|Final group of shooters, with repeaters|
|Final rear view (thank goodness)|
There was little that I could do with the shooters to vary either their pose or their armament, so I did as much as I could with their headgear (adding a couple of hats and a sash here and there to give some individuality to them. Those with pochos were given various coloured pochos and patterns to distinguish them.
Here's a final photograph of the "Arched Building's" progress - it's enormous ! To give sone idea, it's sitting on a sheet of A3 paper that doesn;t cover the entire footprint og the model - approx. 12" x 18" (30cm x 45cm) and I;m looking at making another building approximately the same size, but taller !
The arched building still has it's doors to be added and detailing on the arches and pillars too.
That's it then from another week where I think I've made good progress and even managed to fit in an appointment for my second Covid vaccination.
Thanks for taking the time to visit and as always your comments are always welcomed and appreciated.