Friday, 20 April 2012

NATAL NATIVE HORSE

Empress Miniatures Natal Native Horse (NNH).
Once again, some lovely sculpts by Empress. I will be purchasing the latest Zulu War releases from their trade stand at Salute tomorrow along with a shopping list as long as my arm.  







In the last picture, the Zulu's closing in on the firing line are the old style Zulu miniatures from Wargames Foundry, which are more compatible in size with Empress Miniatures.

9 comments:

  1. Wonderful, wonderful work. They look great and lovely to see Isandlwana in the background.

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  2. Fantastic photos! Really like the look of these guys, awesome painting and basing. I will have to get some .

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  3. Great painting and photos as usual. Makes me want to get stuck into my Zulus and British.

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  4. Well painted figs and delightful scenery!

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  5. Great figures/pics the terrain is really terrific ,like the way you have put all this together great picture story.
    Looking forward to seeing the salute purchases painted up!

    Best wishes
    Willie

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  6. Great looking figs there! Also good to bump into you again at SALUTE, shame we didn't get to speak for longer. Any chance you can drop me a mail at GRWILL66000@aol.com as there was something I wanted to discuss outside of the bloggosphere?
    Cheers

    Gary.

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  7. Thanks for the comments chaps.
    Gary, email sent.

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  8. Lovely painting on these, Pat (as usual). What unit is up next? Did you buy the new Empress figures at Salute?

    Best wishes

    Giles

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    1. Thanks Giles. The artillery, rocket battery and Senior Mounted Command are all done and along with the supply column will be posted in future posts. I am working on the Imperial Mounted Infantry at the moment along with a lot more tents and wagons for an Isandlwana photo shoot. Yes, I purchased the new Empress figures at Salute, I had been waiting for these to come out so that I can do a Rorke's Drift photo shoot. And just to finish this period off I have the Lancers and plastic NNC to do.

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