Tuesday, 12 September 2017

Let slip the Dogs of War

Was unfortunately working at the weekend and had a heavy week last week hence the lack of posts but here's a little one to keep you going until I can catch up :-)

I do have a bit of a soft spot for the Perry sculpts of the GW range of Dogs of War. A lovely collection of figures (just the Perry ones though, wasn't too keen on the others).

I have amassed quite the collection of them and will be slowly working my way through them.

Here are some taster shots of the ones I have done so far.








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18 comments:

  1. Aw, fun memories. I have a Bronzino the Besieger and his galloper guns somewhere. They deserve stripping and a good repaint.

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    1. They are great figures :-)

      cheers

      James

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  2. I understand the soft spot completely, they're lovely sculpts. I wish I'd had the foresight to buy more of those mid-90s Perry sculpts when I had the chance...

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    1. I've found them not that badly priced overall. I don't think I need any more but I might want them lol

      cheers

      James

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    2. Need vs want, the eternal struggle of the wargamer. ;)

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    3. Unfortunately the wallet of need doesn't always win lol

      cheers

      James

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  3. Lovely figures complemented by your excellent brush work very nice....😀

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    1. Thanks 😊

      They are jolly nice to paint.

      cheers

      James

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  4. Very nice figures, very nicely painted! Lovely renaissance aesthetic, you just need Leonardos tank!
    Best Iain

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    1. Thank you 😊

      I have a scratchbuilt steamtank and two of the original metal kits that need some love at some point.

      cheers

      James

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  5. Great work on great figures. I liked Voland's Venators the best!

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    1. Cheers 😊

      I prefer the Perrys as they can be just about used for historicals (just 😣 lol)

      cheers

      James

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  6. Oh, I always loved those. These look fantastic!

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    1. Thanks 😊

      Hopefully plenty more to come.

      cheers

      James

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  7. Lovely figures with a lovely paint job. (although they seem strange without the square bases!) I have a bunch of these ratting around somewhere, and they really ought to see the table sometime.

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    1. Thanks 😊

      I'm hoping to use a variant of Muskets and Tomahawks for them and I've never really been keen on square bases.

      cheers

      James

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  8. These are great figures, and very nicely done. I have a stash of these - for conversion to medieval Italians, with a head swop or two.

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    1. Cheers Simon 😊

      They are very easy to paint 👍🏻

      cheers

      James

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