Sunday, 20 April 2014

A BIG thankyou.

Shineyitus has arrived.
The doorbell rang and my lovely wife signed for a delivery for me.
My Analogue Hobbies 4th Painting Challenge prize had arrived.
I had second choice of the prizes, Andy had chose "Fife & Drum" that left me either Westfalia or Orinoco to choose from.
I decided on Westfalia as I really love the diverse Napoleonics they do.
I spoke to Kawe and made my choices, they arrived yesterday, safe and sound.


Wow, what a great looking lot.
I chose,
The rather rude Highlanders showing their bits and the equally rude British, giving a very British gesture.
The British and French casualty sets.
A Saxon artillery crew and rather nice lady with a musket.
I am going to use these as some nice little table additions for our Naps games.

I must say they the castings are excellent, crisp, clear and superb sculpts.
These will be a joy to assemble and paint.
A big THANKS to Kawe and everyone at Westfalia, to Curt for his superb running of a very enjoyable Challenge.
To all the fellow Challengers, Manufactures who submitted prizes and to the general wargaming blogosphere.
Respect to you all.  

7 comments:

  1. Nice looking bit of kit. I'm going to go check out those civilian models to see how compatible with other periods they are.

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  2. Very nice figures Kev - they should be fun to paint up

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  3. Looking forward to seeing these come to life in the coming months buddy

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  4. Some cracking figs there, look forward to seeing them done...

    Well done to Kawe for providing the prizes

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  5. Looking forward to seeing these painted chap and a great prize to boot

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  6. Wonderfully crisp looking casts. Kawe sure knows how to crack out a classy figure.

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  7. A good choice. Kevin. Those Westfalia minis are excellent.

    Have fun with them !

    Cheers
    Stefan

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