Very nice. I like all of these figures. You certainly do a much finer job of figure painting than I do.I salute you!-- Jeff
Very well done, as usual!now, perhaps my memory betrays me (age, age...) but "Ober-Umlaut":? Don't remember it in the OOB of the League?The Batrachian artilleryman looks quite good; may be you kept the dark grey for the Bossanovian artillery?Cheers,Jean-Louis
Thanks guys!I'll not be painting big battalions at my painting speed (not that I would have space for them anyway!).Ah, Ober-Umlaut, ruled quietly by the Markgraf Otto von Ober-Umlaut and easily overlooked next to some of the more colorful states of the League (kind of like Delaware or George whatshisname of the Beatles - lol - although it is home of the fabulous Neueganzstein castle). Yes, it's one of the original members of the League.Yes, dark gray/black is reserved for Bossanova (in the event I ever get it into my head to paint up some minis for that "underhanded nation of misbegotten no-good ne'er-do-wells, dastards and poltroons" and "where the men are shifty, the woman are loose, and the vermin are served up with toadstools and a rancid butter sauce" (as described in Michelieu's Guide to the Vile States of Lower Uropa).
I understand the 'works' of Offenbach may be needing these stalwart men...They and others from the league may have to get into action soon!
Nice fine painting on the figures.-- Allan
Great artillery crew, and I especially like your grenadiers from Ober-Umlaut. Lovely painting!Best Regards,Stokes
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