Monday, August 20, 2012

Colonial Italians - Bicorne Miniatures

I recently finished these figures for John`s expansion into the colonial period. These are a very "dated" Cacciatori d`Afica for the Ethiopian campaign. Although not the greatest figures in the world, reminding me of the old Lead Boiler Suit range, they do paint up to a good wargaming standard.







11 comments:

Michael Awdry said...

You've done a great job on these; wonderfully characterful.

Vladdd309 said...

Nice work, the sergeant(?) figures have plenty of character.

Christopher(aka Axebreaker) said...

I think they look very nice indeed!

Christopher

Vinnie said...

Hey Leroy you have a great job on those boys and thank you for keeping the blog alive while I am away.

Regards

Vinnie

BigRedBat said...

They paint up very nicely! Splendid.

Simon

Tank Girl said...

Great work Leroy on what looks like ordinary miniatures to paint.

Cheers,

Helen

Rob said...

They're quite nice!

Who's figures are they?

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Captain Richard's miniature Civil War said...

Excellent painting, Vinnie

luca said...

great looking miniatures, which is the producer?
luca

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