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Nov 20 10 10:08 PM

Someone please tell me that Russian hussar is really 180mm tall.

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Nov 22 10 2:23 PM

colinjallen wrote:
Someone please tell me that Russian hussar is really 180mm tall.
No.. its only 18mm.

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Jan 8 11 12:34 AM

WOOOW Sho Extremely impressive collection Would absolutely love to see some close-ups of Tony Barton's Mamelukes Never seen painted examples of 'em before Think this must be the most beautiful line-up of ABs I've ever seen Eagerly look forward to more
Ps/ Tremendously photographed as well. Beautiful depth of field. What camera you use?

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Jan 8 11 7:57 PM

bk wrote:
Would absolutely love to see some close-ups of Tony Barton's Mamelukes Never seen painted examples of 'em before

You welcome..
http://generaldebrigade.13.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?t=4416

bk wrote:
What camera you use?

Canon EOS 550D with 60mm Macro

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Jan 13 11 10:31 AM

Can't stop returning to this thread for inspiration........ev'ry time I look at this last photo I see something different that catches my eye. On this view the tartan of the highlanders really grabs my attention. Truly amazing brushwork Sho! I notice there are several different tartans. Just out of curiosity have you seen this site: http://www.angelfire.com/tx/ToySoldier/tartan.htm . From what i understood on the site that took me to this link the 42nd Highlanders wore "Black Watch" tartan although the pipers of the same reg. may have worn Royal Stewart tartan with red jackets whilst the 79th Cameron Highlanders wore the Cameron of Erracht patterned kilt. Think it was on The Miniatures Page that got me there in first place....
Anyhow that was by the by. Just wanted to say congratulations once again!

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Jan 14 11 12:23 AM

Hi Sho your collection is superb,
I have no idea where you get the time to do so much shading. I have had to limit mine to get more done. Keep up the great work!

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Jan 14 11 11:17 PM

Thanks guys!
Time limit causes little numbers of painted figs.. there are 2-3 times less figures then I planned and hoped to paint.

and here are 2010 sculpting resume too..
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Jan 31 11 9:45 PM

At last I finish my first wargame units in AB 15mm..

http://www.boki.ee/Military_Uniforms/Uniforms_0008/Military.htm

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Jun 12 11 2:14 PM

Not exactly napoleonic, but my first 15mm sculpt for real production. Napoleonic 1:100 followed later..

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Jun 20 11 2:30 PM

Testing my own rules for big battles on limited table.
Base = Front 200m, ~1200 men. Turn 10 min.

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And here are more bloodthirsty version..

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Nov 3 11 2:39 PM

Napoleon ready for action..
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his troops too..
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