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Colonial Indians Infantry

Posted by Jaques on 22 Oct 2011, 15:55

Hi friends. :thumbup:

Conversions of the Hat of Indians infantry. I modified the rifle and some heads. I wait that they appreciate the idea.


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Posted by Peter on 23 Oct 2011, 13:04

Great painted and converted figures Jaques :thumbup:
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Posted by Mai Strac on 23 Oct 2011, 19:19

Very well painted mate and good conversion too!!! :love: :love:
You work on british colonial period are very cool!!!! :love: :thumbup: :thumbup:
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Posted by MABO on 24 Oct 2011, 21:49

I second that. They are really good!
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Posted by Von Smuk on 24 Oct 2011, 22:35

Wonderful conversion, nice colors, I like it :thumbup:
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Posted by jmchasco on 25 Oct 2011, 09:00

Beautiful subject, but i still likes more the Esci figures for this subejct, the problem is they are just a few poses :(
Good work !

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Posted by chen on 25 Oct 2011, 12:26

Hi Jaques, I always like your colonial/WW1 figures and these are great job as before. Nice clean and effective conversions on these Hat guys. One of the main keys making them a more fierce look is the sharp and rigid bayoneted rifles. How do you achieve that? Did you swap them with hard plastic kits?
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Posted by Jaques on 25 Oct 2011, 22:19

Hi friends. :thumbup:

Many thanks for the comments.
Friend Chen, most of the conversions of figures were made using copies in white metal, but in some, I used the hard plastic (arm and rifle) Zveda WWI Russian infantry.

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Posted by chen on 30 Oct 2011, 13:43

Thanks for the answer, Jaques. These WIP pics are cracking. Hope to see more of them for your other subjects. :thumbup:
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