I have just loaded a few images of some Old Glory figures I re-painted with the 'Army Painter'. The figures are from the Classical Indian range from Old Glory Miniatures and are very nice Indians, I think one of the best on the market. However the figures were originally painted almost eight years ago with a white undercoat and then painted with some washes for the flesh, a rush paint job on the pants and a little bit of colour splashed in here and there. No great effort was put into making the figures look good. Anyway they had been sitting in a good friends' of mine, cupboard for all that time, until John laid eyes on them and brought them over to the East coast and Townsville. It was here that I first laid eyes on them and thought that with a little bit of the Army Painter (Strong), they might look OK. It is a shame I did not take any photos of the old figures, before the final coat went on. With the re-painting of the figures all that was required was a quick coat of the good gear, applied with a small paint brush, then allowed to dry, sprayed with a matt vanish and then touched up with a white on the pants and the eyes painted in. The end product speaks for itself. I ended up re-painting just under 200 figures in a week and a half a real effort for me. The Army Painter I purchased from Kevin Jowlett, from Battleline Scenics here in Australia, just give him a call and he will send of the required Army Painter that day or the next. Leroy completed the look of the Indians by doing the basing. Hopefully you will get to see the full army some time in the New Year.