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About FredG

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    Plants (Carnivorous), Napoleonics, Aircraft, music

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  1. Adam West's and Burt Ward's acting was what it needed to be, very heavily tongue in cheek. The show was much nearer to the comic book than the modern films.
  2. Just about there I suppose I'd better start on the basies
  3. A few more hours and I think they're looking better. Still a few more hours before I can think of starting with the washes.
  4. French in Eygpt 1799

    Let's see them all
  5. Thanks Jim, I'm having fun with this set. More colour on the riders.
  6. Airfix Napoleonics

    I'd say they know better
  7. The riders now have the base colours. The tunics are royal blue and the 'loons dark red. The tungsten effect of the lighting is throwing the colours off in the photos. the lacings at the front of the tunics are still to be attended to.
  8. Airfix Napoleonics

    Ooops, a typo there Ratch. The 23rd Regiment of Foot, the Royal Welch Fusiliers
  9. Well that worked. This lot have acquired swords and one's even picked up a trumpet(bugle) from somewhere.
  10. Looking better primed. For losing their weapons, the guilty have been sentenced to impalement.
  11. I've started on the riders and this pose seems to be a little forgetful. Four of them have lost their swords already.
  12. I think the camels are abouit done. At least I'm happy with them. They've had various washes to finish them off so every one is a slightly different colour. Now to get some riders to steer them.
  13. More hours, more paint
  14. They're starting to get colourful. Still more red to be applied