Penda's Crimean War Project

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valleyboy wrote: Fri Mar 22, 2024 6:58 pm You're obviously very disciplined David in being able to work on a unit or stand and then not only finish it and then base it before moving on to the next. How do you manage?
I guess it's a trait in my personality, a touch of OCD even? I've always been organised and methodical from childhood really. I find it equally hard to understand folk who can flit from project to project, I'd never get anything to the table painting both armies. And that's the whole point of painting ultimately for me. Thanks for the interest and for the question.
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St Olaf's added to the project. Pictured with a base of Jaegers who are also in process. More on the blog if anyone fancies a visit...
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That's rather nice, and a good size as well.

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that does look good
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The third battalion of Roosian Jaegers has marched across the painting desk and deployed into GHQ ready for action. More on the blog of course.
Thanks to those who have taken the time to look and leave a comment, it's much appreciated.
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Very nicely painted figures.



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Good work, Mr P.
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The first base of Cameron Highlanders is done. As you'd expect there is more about my struggles with these on my blog.
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Fresh from a practice scuffle in Saucciehall Street (probably with either the Black Watch or the HLI). Very nice.
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The prelude to the Battle of Bugerov on the blog currently for any interested in seeing almost all the painted collection out on the table.
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