Miniature Wargaming with an emphasis on the 1809 Campaign
Four leftover Peleset Archers form a unit of skirmisher bowmen for To the Strongest!
That Foundry archer is a great sculpt, isn't it? Good job on these, Peter!
yes, they are fine sculpts. Thanks, Jon!
Small units, but good looking units. Nice work.
Thanks, Joe; never let odds and ends go to waste!
Great looking Sea Peoples again, Peter. Keep 'em coming - Egypt and Pylos need to be sacked and pillaged :)
Approaching the end of the Peleset, but I have a few more Sardana to paint!
Nice work on these
Lovely looking Pelesets. Those stripped blue and white skirts look very smart 👍
Kilts, man... kilts! :-)
Great work peter, and that is quite a distinctive headress. It looks a little like an air filter. Foundry figures really are great, especially around Christmas when they have their sale on.
Thank you Lawrence, and yes, as ususal these were Christmas sale purchases from Foundry!
Excellent looking Peleset,they're very nice figures, from both makes!Cheers Iain
Thanks, Iain. The stylistic differences are readily apparent, but they both work!
More well animated and colourful chaps.
Yes, they are anything but drab! :-)
Wonderful figures, love the Peleset Archers...
I really like the poses of these Peter. A bit more animated than the classic toy soldier look, but not the ridiculous, caricature-style of many modern figures (which I like not at all, even as far as to find repugnant!). These are looking especially good with the great painting by your good self, as always!Regards, James
You are too kind, James, but thank you - glad you like them!
Excellent colour combo, really pops :)
Thanks, mark. I've really enjoyed doing the Peleset figures!