Sunday, April 28, 2013

Building more Napoleonic Swedes

During the weekend I have built med 6 more Swedes for my Finnish War 1808-1809 Project, 5 infantry men and an Officer.



13 comments:

  1. Looking good Michael, I take it it's getting easier.

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  2. Very nice Michael. I think the officer will look very good indeed!

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  3. You are a very busy fellow! Conversion is a lot of work but the payout is wonderful. Does a metal head have to be pinned in the plastic body?

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  4. Great conversion work Michael, these are going to be superb.

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  5. The army is growning step by step... Great conversion work; a lot of work in them, I see!

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  6. Busy as ever Michael. The conversions look excellent – will be great to see them painted up.

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  7. Your conversions really look fabulous! I'm looking forward to see them painted.

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  8. Thank you !

    Yes it geting some what easier for each minia I convert, the 50 will soon be done;)

    I havent pined the metal head, just super glue...might have to start doing it it they start to fall of, but they havent yet...

    Best regards Michael

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  9. Hello,

    I don't know if you see that link :

    http://pousseplomb.blogspot.fr/2013/05/suedois-et-dragons.html

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    1. Thanks for the tip, didn´t know elite miniatures made napoleonic Swedes, http://www.eliteminiatures.co.uk/SWEDISH.htm
      seems quite nice but the uniforme are to late for my 1808, more appropriate for the 1813.
      Best regards Michael

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  10. Great blog. I´m also thinking on making Finns for the 1809 war. Please tell which miniatures / bits you are using and where did you get the separate metal heads?

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