Saturday, 27 April 2013

OLD WEST - Dead Man's Hand.


With the release of the new cowboy rules 'Dead Man's Hand' I thought it would be a good time to put my Old West collection on the blog. It is a fair size collection with 100 painted figures and most of the buildings in the following pictures.
Cheers,
Pat.























39 comments:

  1. Fantastic! Museum quality (or better). Best, Dean

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  2. WoW! Absolutely fantastic Pat!! Your terrain building and figure painting is simply awesome! I'm still trying to get my head around you selling your lovely collections.

    Christopher

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  3. This really is top notch stuff - really inspirational.

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  4. So many beautiful buildings, and so many wonderful looking figures...A great atmosphere around this dangerous crossroads, I like it very much!!
    Phil.

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  5. wow !!!! and you want to sell that ????? Incredible beautiful buildings ! and the figures are so good !

    I love !

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  6. Thanks Chaps.
    Christopher, the buildings were actually made by the very talented Colin Rush.
    Cheers,
    Pat.

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    1. He did a very, fine job! Did he also paint them as shades are great!

      Christopher

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    2. Yep! he painted them as well. There is a lot of attention to detail on the inside as well. I will post pictures of these next week.

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  7. As with your other collection this -the terrain included - is just great. Fantastic quality through out. And you have great skill presenting them.

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  8. Great stuff, are they eBay bound or elewhere?

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  9. Blimey! Your collection must be not only very impressive but massive as well. There´s even glass in the Windows!!!

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  10. Thanks Chaps.
    Dave, I will try selling them on this blog.
    Cheers,
    Pat.

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  11. Superb work, it must be hard to sell this on as itssuch high quality work

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  12. Great looking town and figs! The DMH rules have also gotten my attention and I feel myself being sucked in to a new period....

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  13. Stunning display again Pat! I know I couldn't let this lot go.

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  14. Superb collection and brilliant photos Pat!

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  15. A fantastic collection, shame they've got to go as well as the Zulu's!!

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  16. That's a damn nice collection sir.

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  17. Very nice Pat, I hope you get the price they truely deserve.
    Cheers
    Stu

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  18. That is a fantastic set-up, Pat. I can't believe you're selling all this wonderful stuff!

    Giles

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  19. Another truly inspiring collection, and one or two ideas that I will be borrowing later in the year!

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  20. Stuning looking Collection of western houses and minis :)

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  21. Wounderfull pictures Pat !!!

    Greate looking western town and minis !

    Best regards Michael

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  22. Really nice stuff there Pat. I have been meaning to ask about your terrain boards.

    Are the base boards based on insulation foam or do you use a more 'canny' method?

    Roman

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    1. Thanks Chaps.

      Roman, not sure if you mean the boards for the buildings or the actual table? If it is the buildings, then 'Artists mounting board'. If it is the actual table surface then it is MDF which has then been covered in 'tile grout', when dry, cover in PVA and sprinkle with railway ballast and sand mix. When dry, paint then flock, then drybrush the flock.

      Cheers,
      Pat.

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    2. Thanks Pat - I did mean the table.

      Roman

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  23. Very nice western town and set up. If I was you I wouldn't be selling!

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  24. Beautiful collection and the Sheriff's Office in the red brick sets the town up very nicely. Always love coming back to you site.

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  25. Im with Scott on this one...how can you bear to sell such beautiful stuff??

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  26. Thanks Chaps, it pays for bigger projects.
    Cheers,
    Pat.

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  27. Excellent stuff Pat...great work on the buildings

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    1. Captain,
      The actual buildings were actually made by Colin Rush.
      Cheers,
      Pat.

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  28. great stuff Pat!
    its funny how these little skirmish projects can get totally out of hand!
    make sure you keep your favourite posse just in case we manage to get another game in :0)

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    1. Hi Steve,
      Too late, they are all gone.
      Cheers,
      Pat.

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  29. That table looks awesome, trying to convience the guys I game with to get a few more buildings, how big is the table?

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  30. Thanks Cortez, the table is 7 x 5 feet.
    Cheers,
    Pat.

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  31. Vey cool looking set and figures. Great job.

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