Monday, October 18, 2021

Texas War of Independence: a new project

The blog would indicate I've been dong very little hobbying since March of this year but it hasn't felt that way. True, my painting output is down this year but I do have something to show for the last few months. I have started on a new project, inspired by Boot Hill Miniatures Texas War of Independence figure range. And the painting of these lovely figures has been considerably slowed by the decision to build this monstrosity from Sarissa Precision...

Still much to do on the Mission.... sanding the plaster, base-coating, dry-brushing, ground texture, etc.

Although the Mission has taken up much of my time, I was able to get on a bit of a painting roll and get the first 100 figures of the collection finished.


Mexican Permanente infantry, two groups and two Big men for Sharp Practice.
Boot Hill Miniatures.


Mexican Activo infantry.
Boot Hill Miniatures.


Mexican Zapadores (sappers).
Boot Hill Miniatures.


Mexican light infantry with Baker rifles.
Boot Hill Miniatures.


New Orleans Greys... cuz, well... they're from NO and wear grey uniforms.
Artizan Designs.


Alabama Red Rovers.
Boot Hill Miniatures.

Texian skirmishers.
Artizan Designs.





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