Sunday, 24 November 2013

War of 1812 Scott's Brigade


I have finally finished one of the battalions for Scott's Brigade in the American War of 1812. I have been working on this unit in my spare time over the past couple of weeks as a commission for Paul Doe, the same chap I painted and converted the Perry Miniatures 'Ferguson Rifles' for. These used to be in the AWI gallery on their old web site.









     
The figures are 28mm from www.knuckleduster.com and the flags I had to hand paint rather than buy commercial ones as 'Flags of War' wasn't answering my emails for some reason. Movement trays by www.warbases.com

The following pictures show a comparison shot of a Knuckleduster and Old Glory Miniature for the War of 1812.




I can now get back to painting figures for me.
Coming up.............. WW2 vehicles and Age of Arthur.

15 comments:

  1. The flags are handpainted!!!!!!? Blimey!!!

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  2. Very nice.

    Looking forward to both of the upcoming projects.

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  3. Amazing work sir! What to say? Paintjob, basing, flags (+++), presentation, all is perfect!!
    Best,
    Phil.

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  4. Greate looking unit, stunning paint work Pat !

    Love your photos !

    Best regards Michael

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  5. Very nice Pat - I am always impressed by hand painted flags... well done.

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  6. Fantastic looking unit Pat! Really impressed with the hand painted flag too!

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  7. Very well done! They really turned out nice. Beeing an old Age of Arthur and WW2 fanboy I'm quite excited bout your upcoming projects.

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  8. Hi Pat,

    once again excellent photos of outstanding miniatures. The flags are a real eye catcher and hand painted... Boy oh boy... Just impressive !

    The Knuckleduster and OG miniatures aren't that bad. Thanks for the nice shot of them.

    I'm looking forward to your next project. Especially Age of Arthur sound great...

    Cheers
    Stefan

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  9. Not surprised they were on a web site as they look utterly wonderful! Hand painted flags you say.....Wow!

    Christopher

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  10. Lovely work, I'm especially taken with the flags.

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  11. Great paintjobs, reminds me that I have to start painting my own 1812 figures sometime soon. Those flags are little works of art.

    Regards,
    Matt

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  12. Very nice unit. A great painting work.

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  13. Pat that is very strange that you didn't get my email. I replied and have just sent another one to you.

    Good looking Unit all the same mate :)

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    1. Hi Iain,
      I have it this time, thanks very much.
      Pat.

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