As this will probably be the last post for April in seems only right and proper to continue the Indian Mutiny theme to the end of the month. These three are from 'Wargames Foundry's' Indian Hill Tribesmen range and were original bought as part of 'Flashman's Follies' all the way back in January.
As with the previous miniatures from this range they really were rather well sculpted with bags of character and plenty of opportunities for creative use of colour, albeit heavily influenced from the usual source material and some period prints found on the infoweb. What with the chap wearing the poshteen and loading his jezail, it would not be too much of a stretch to see them doubling up as Afghan Hillmen as well.
It was also a great excuse to dig out the old 'Rocky Outcrop' and have them clamber all over it again!
The month of May promises to be a much more diverse month with regard to painting and modelling; although there are so many ongoing projects to complete the 'Salute' purchases are proving to be far too tempting to resist and have already muscled their way onto the paint queue! It certainly promises to be interesting!
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