Copyright © 2019, Paul Scrivens-Smith

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Tuesday, 10 September 2013

Perry Minatures Muslim Civilians

Last week I picked up a pack of the Perry Miniatures Muslim Civilians from the First Crusade range. After painting the Berber Cavalry at the weekend I gave these a quick base-coat and washed them with Vallejo Sepia Wash on Sunday evening.

Yesterday lunchtime at work I did a couple of lots of highlights and then polished them off yesterday evening. Painted the bases before work today then dry-brushed and titivated them this evening.



Road-gang

with obligatory shovel propper-upper

Wealthy merchant with favourite wife and child

Wealthy merchants family group

Eunuch and woman with decorated vase of olive oil

Eunuch and woman


6 comments:

  1. More great work. You seem to have a penchant for white and blue color combinations. It works well!

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    1. Thanks, not just a one trick pony, I can also do red and gold :) Take a look at the Christian Spanish I have painted to go with the Moors.

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  2. Funny...these could also be used if you were doing a Great war "Lawrence of Arabia" game or even agame set in the Middle east from 1948 to the present. Some things never change....

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    1. Yes, I could pretty much use these over a 1500 year time span.

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  3. Very nice! I like the colors and your work on the clothes...fantstic basing too!
    Phil.

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  4. Nice work as always, Paul. You certainly squeeze in as much you can for the hobby, and it shows. Best, Dean

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