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Nice, but not deserty.....:disappointed:
Stretlets, those are beautiful. Is there any link or photos to see some of your sculptors at work or your production process.....without giving away any secrets, of course. It would be nice to see the people at work behind this process. Thanks so much for the photos. Real keepers.
Great looking dismounted dragoons. With the firing poses and the officer that we have already seen I can imagine a very good firing line or unit in 'skirmish' order using these figures. I am now planning the dragoon component of my French WoSS army.
Well done Strelets!
Keep em comin’.
Nice masters...well done Strelets again.
A pair of figures that are a joy to behold, in terms of construction and detail, for we who like our military miniatures.
The fellow reaching for a cartridge is especially grand.
p.s. reCaptcha really trying to annoy me this morning. What *is* its obsession with traffic lights and fire hydrants? Out of interest, how does 'William' get around it? If it don't stop 'him', why even bother?
To be honest I tend to steer clear of some companies because I'm too stupid to decipher their paint names; but I'm sure I can find tartan paint somewhere on the internet. William Smith probably has a web shop that would be happy to sell me some. :wink: