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Mexican additions

Posted: 09 Oct 2018, 10:06
by Richard B.
I like to plan my builds together in batches of similar or themed bits. A couple of these have sat patiently awaiting their turn for ages, this is about 2 weeks worth all told.

Smashed cart
Sgt`s Mess kit with some mods, added load & based
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Civilians
EWM figures, some minor mods, the mule is from the Matchbox Aussie set
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Field hands
Sgt`s Mess road crew with head swaps
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All together
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Odds n`sods additions to my factions
L-R: EWM Soldadera, Sgt`s Mess civilian, old Airfix Confederate
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L-R: 2 x ERM Soldaderas, another old Airfix Confederate
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Two as yet unreleased ERM figures (the Mexican has an arm swap)
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All together
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Clergy
A mix or Sgt`s Mess and Elheim (I`ve forgotten who made what?)
Priest plus two Franciscan Friars
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Priest, Nun & Novice
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French Nun
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All together
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Federal cavalry - maybe more Colorados?
8 old Airfix US Cavalry, 7 with head-swaps, most sabre arms replaced by rifle or pistol arms, some added kit too.
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Crappy attempts to show the rearing horse/rider combo close-up
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All together
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Re: Mexican additions

Posted: 09 Oct 2018, 11:26
by David Reasoner
Lovely work as always, Richard. A very useful looking assortment, too.

David

Re: Mexican additions

Posted: 09 Oct 2018, 11:32
by Richard B.
Cheers David :D

Not the finest quality, but extra stuff for the tabletop - I must have about 40 Federal cavalry now :lol:

Re: Mexican additions

Posted: 12 Oct 2018, 08:28
by granty101
Richard B. wrote:
09 Oct 2018, 10:06
Clergy
... two Franciscan Friars
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I thought they were Hobbits from Lord Of The Rings... :lol:

Grant

Re: Mexican additions

Posted: 12 Oct 2018, 19:25
by CarlL
Richard
More great variety of figures, promoting 'side show' theme, inspiring. (And I thought only old geezers like me still had those old Airfix Confederate infantry and US cavalry these days!)
I think the rearing photo does work nicely the blurring works well to give it some charm without missing the nice revolver you gave this rtider!)
CarlL

Re: Mexican additions

Posted: 12 Oct 2018, 19:29
by CarlL
PS A what if from a Mexican Revolution ignoramus
Did the Mexicans not follow the French tricolour with three vertical bars? Or is this a cavalry pennant following a different style in this period?
CarlL

Re: Mexican additions

Posted: 13 Oct 2018, 07:28
by Richard B.
CarlL wrote:
12 Oct 2018, 19:29
PS A what if from a Mexican Revolution ignoramus
Did the Mexicans not follow the French tricolour with three vertical bars? Or is this a cavalry pennant following a different style in this period?
CarlL
I just asked Google and this was the first image that appeared :)

Re: Mexican additions

Posted: 28 Oct 2018, 14:00
by Peter
Nice work Richard. I like the wrecked carts.

Peter