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Glorfindel
Post subject: Re: 'Figurines'Posted: December 23rd, 2016, 9:02 am
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british army inspired fantasy army uniforms:
- Full Dress
- Ceremonial Dress
- Service Dress
- Warm Weather Ceremonial & Service Dress
- Field and Combat Dress; Physical Training Dress
- Barrack Dress


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Andrzej1
Post subject: Re: 'Figurines'Posted: January 25th, 2017, 4:50 pm
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Uniform of the british army after Childers reforms of 1881:
1st row: Royal regiments, english regiments, scottish lowland regiments, irish regiments, guards regiments, fusiliers, highlanders, rifles
2nd row: The Blues, Horse Guards, Dragoons Guards, The Carabiniers (6th dragoon guards), Scots Greys, hussars, lancers
3rd row: indian regiments, gurkhas, Bengal lancers
In the right corner you can also see an infantryman and a cavalryman in colonial khaki dress and the symbol of the era - the famous Martini-Henry rifle and carbine.

P.S. Thanks to tsd715 for indian turban :)


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eswube
Post subject: Re: 'Figurines'Posted: January 26th, 2017, 8:52 pm
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Scottfitzz
Post subject: Re: 'Figurines'Posted: February 4th, 2017, 5:42 pm
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Andrzej1 wrote:
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Uniform of the british army after Childers reforms of 1881:
1st row: Royal regiments, english regiments, scottish lowland regiments, irish regiments, guards regiments, fusiliers, highlanders, rifles
2nd row: The Blues, Horse Guards, Dragoons Guards, The Carabiniers (6th dragoon guards), Scots Greys, hussars, lancers
3rd row: indian regiments, gurkhas, Bengal lancers
In the right corner you can also see an infantryman and a cavalryman in colonial khaki dress and the symbol of the era - the famous Martini-Henry rifle and carbine.

P.S. Thanks to tsd715 for indian turban :)
Andrzej, While i have to admit that is fantastic work, there is one major thing kinda stands out to me... The Tunic is in the wrong Style.

The Correct Tunic would be the Pattern 1881 Tunic as Shown Below for a Non Royal Line Infantry Regiment.

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Colosseum
Post subject: Re: 'Figurines'Posted: February 21st, 2017, 12:29 am
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I've made dozens of these Franscale guys and never posted them for whatever reason. At some point I'll post a massive sheet.

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adenandy
Post subject: Re: 'Figurines'Posted: February 21st, 2017, 8:32 am
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COOL :!:

Looking forward to seeing them Colo my dear chap :D


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daemyrs
Post subject: Re: 'Figurines'Posted: March 18th, 2017, 11:17 pm
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Some more fictional stuff. Credit to fran for the tracks.

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Andrzej1
Post subject: Re: 'Figurines'Posted: April 18th, 2017, 10:49 pm
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Scottfitzz wrote: *
Andrzej1 wrote:
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Uniform of the british army after Childers reforms of 1881:
1st row: Royal regiments, english regiments, scottish lowland regiments, irish regiments, guards regiments, fusiliers, highlanders, rifles
2nd row: The Blues, Horse Guards, Dragoons Guards, The Carabiniers (6th dragoon guards), Scots Greys, hussars, lancers
3rd row: indian regiments, gurkhas, Bengal lancers
In the right corner you can also see an infantryman and a cavalryman in colonial khaki dress and the symbol of the era - the famous Martini-Henry rifle and carbine.

P.S. Thanks to tsd715 for indian turban :)
Andrzej, While i have to admit that is fantastic work, there is one major thing kinda stands out to me... The Tunic is in the wrong Style.

The Correct Tunic would be the Pattern 1881 Tunic as Shown Below for a Non Royal Line Infantry Regiment.

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Thank you for your remarks! Here's the updated version:
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And there's another work: updated weapons sheet. Added IMI Galil, two more romanian AK clones, german AK clone, japanese clone of FN MAG and.....a spoiler concerning another upcoming work)
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Glorfindel
Post subject: Re: 'Figurines'Posted: April 21st, 2017, 7:07 am
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If you load Pictures on photobucket bigger then 1000x1000, they get downsized and therefore blurred.


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Andrzej1
Post subject: Re: 'Figurines'Posted: April 21st, 2017, 10:35 pm
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Glorfindel wrote: *
If you load Pictures on photobucket bigger then 1000x1000, they get downsized and therefore blurred.
Thank you for the tip! :)
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