Well tonight I blasted a bit of paint on the Knight and then lost motivation, so instead of messing about with colours on the frocks of the two female characters I went for a build option instead.
So the first of my four figures is pretty much built. I have the musket to add but will paint it separately.
I was trying to think of a nation to do him as, my first thought was Iroquois but I am not sure now. Most pictures I have seen all of them have ear ornamentation. These guys don’t seem to have so new thinks are required. The box doesn’t help as it simply calls them Indian wars kit number 1… perhaps I am overthinking this!
To be honest I am glad I like this one as, err I just bought another couple of sets, more First Nations and then a female post apocalyptic survivor with a crossbow… it’s not as if I haven’t got three thousand plus bits of lead and plastic to paint already… hey ho…looks like I never ever learn!
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What did you think of the assembly? I usually find the gaps concerning, but then once all the bits are on, they are covered.
BTW, I can’t wait to see the other boxes, as I’ve been thinking about stretching my figure painting out of WWII in the near future.
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It actually wasn’t too bad, each miniature had its own bit of the sprue so I wasn’t spending ages looking for a particular bit. The loin cloth was the hardest bit on this one. It could go four ways 🥴
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