Thursday, 29 September 2016

Donnybrook - The Villagers


A few more figures for my Donnybrook collection from the fair hand of Fran.
The first 5 from the left are from Redoubt Enterprises, I think the child is from Reiver Castings
and the lad on the right is definitely a Foundry figure.


These along with a few others will defend their village with their lives!
Well that's the plan anyway???




55 comments:

  1. Well done Fran. And well done Ray for getting such a fine fellow to paint for you.

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    1. Who is this fine fellow you talk about?

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    2. This isn't the X Files Fran?

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  2. Beautiful civilians, always impressive on our tables...

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  3. They are awesome additions to the collection Ray! Lovely painting Fran!

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  4. Nice looking bunch of figures. Top stuff Fran.

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  5. He's a talented chap that Fran, good job you two are close. ;)

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  6. Is that tiny figure a child? Fran did good.

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  7. The General is truly beyond critique! Hail Franonia!

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  8. Very nice additions to your collection Ray. You must really have some good dirt on Fran to blackmail him into all this work for you!

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  9. Nice looking civvies. 25mm? ..only one mm taller than most 1/72nd´s. is that from head to toes ?

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    1. Redoubt are the big boys of the wargaming world, they're not in front of me at the mo, but they're usually around 32mm eye to toe I believe?

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  10. Always love civils mini.
    What sort of stronghold they must defend ?

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  11. I got some Redoubt Enterprise figures recently and they are quite over sized for 25mm (or even 28mm) how do these compare with other figures of the same scale?

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    1. They are one of the largest 25-28mm companies out there Adam. Take a look at one of my old posts, its got Redoubt and Foundry figures next to each other, that'll give you a good idea.

      http://onelover-ray.blogspot.co.uk/2016/09/donnybrook-ladies.html

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  12. Very nice, Fran's a good lad to you Raymondo

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  13. Well done to Fran and great pic up for yourself Ray!

    Christopher

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    1. Indeed, you can never have enough civvies......or can you?

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  14. Beautifully painted figures.
    Once given names one could most certainly add to the magic of story telling with these.
    You are one lucky fellow Ray,to have them. BB

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    1. Yep, I may well give them a name, I'm sure the beardy bloke looks like a Paul???

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  15. Looking greate !

    Love bystanders as they add alot of character to the games.

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    1. They do add that something special to games Michael.

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  16. Lovely figures and painting. They remind me of our locals when dressed up for the 'Day of Syn' complete with thrusting bosoms. I especially like the character with his hands on hips, I'm sure it's the late Jon Lord of Deep Purple fame?

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    1. Ha ha, he does look like Jon Lord doesn't he.

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  17. Excellent work Ray! Civilians and bystanders are always a nice addition to the tabletop.

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  18. Nice additions Ray Fran has done a good job on these looking forward to seeing how they get on.

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    1. Its a great pose, and also can be used as a weapon! Wouldn't wanna get a smack on the head wth that shovel!

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  20. They rock Ray! Nice job all around.

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