I finished the next six of my Pashtun Tribal infantry that will be "carrying" firearms for one of my planned three units that will be classified as Irregular Infantry per the rules (my current favorite Colonial set) The Men Who Would be Kings (Paid Link). As previously stated, the figures are all from the Perry Miniatures Afghan Tribal Infantry (Paid Link) hard plastic box.
As mentioned in previous posts, I like the alternative basing method of 3, 2, 1 for The Men Who Would be Kings (Paid Link); especially for irregulars and tribal infantry. One of the advantageous is that it allows my creativity to go wild in creating "mini" vignettes.
One last look:
They look very nice once again Neil. I do like the idea of the mini dioramas for bases but there are draw backs.....our mate Julian has a "historical" King Arthur command base, where Arthur is standing on a large rock surveying the battlefield....but he has to suffer constant ribbing about his leader dragging a huge rock around the table as the game progresses!ReplyDelete
Of course he carries his rock of command wherever he goes! Truly one of the great warriors and leader of men of all time!Delete
More wonderful looking figures. I really like the range of poses and colours that you have used.ReplyDelete
Thanks James. I'm really having fun (and I don't like modeling) putting the figures together to create the different poses.Delete
Great looking Natives, Neil. Love the basing for the sniper.ReplyDelete
Thanks Dean. I'm having a great time with this box of Perry figures.Delete