Friday, 15 August 2014

Highlander Casualties

Just a quick post while I work up a couple of longer ones.  These are painted examples of the prone casualty figure from the King's Mountain Miniatures highlanders range.  KMM do 3 highlander casualty figures - 2 standing (although I think one is designed to be advancing/charging) and this dead chap.  I have painted 4 for my own collection - 2 from the 71st Foot and 2 from the 76th Foot.  The 42nd Foot in my collection are in full plaid (at the moment - eventually I will do them in overalls and campaign dress as well) so I haven't painted any casualty figures for the Black Watch as yet.  However, below are a couple of these figures that I have painted for Bill as the 42nd.

Four figures. Painted May 2014.


7 comments:

David said...

Nice work, Giles!

Iowa Grognard said...

Nice!

Simon Jones said...

Superb, I like these a lot.

Christopher(aka Axebreaker) said...

Well done Giles!

Christopher

Matt said...

The tartan is especially affective. Most impressed.

legatus hedlius said...

Brilliant. I don't usually do casualties because I feel I should be painting "real" figures but some rules, like the Warlord ones, really call out for them.

Doc Smith said...

Och, the poor wee laddies (to the strains of 'Danny Boy')... weesht mon! You gotta have casualty figures - and these are superb! Well done Giles - each and every one worth more than a bottle of Kiwi plonk! ;-)