What's on your workbench?

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Essex Boy wrote: Wed Feb 07, 2024 4:28 pm Very nice, Tim.

How did you do the shields?

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Ta.

They look rather splendid.

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Three more characters done...
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Fantastic, especially the guy cocking his pistol! The wench looks like she's seen better days though, maybe had some C18th facial reconstruction!
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She's more renowned for her jugs...
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Nice!
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Paul wrote: Thu Feb 08, 2024 12:35 am Fantastic, especially the guy cocking his pistol! The wench looks like she's seen better days though, maybe had some C18th facial reconstruction!
It was a work related accident involving a naked flame.

The lady's nasal hair caught light, and the landlord put the fire out with a spade!
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Fantastic painting job on the gentlemen's faces, not too sure about the wench. No cosmetics would help.
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Paul wrote: Thu Feb 08, 2024 12:35 am The wench looks like she's seen better days though, maybe had some C18th facial reconstruction!
Wasn't that also known as small-pox?
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Very nicely done. Is the central figure General Wolfe, with the mourning band for his father on his arm?
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