Well done Fran. And well done Ray for getting such a fine fellow to paint for you.
Who is this fine fellow you talk about?
The truth is out there!
This isn't the X Files Fran?
Beautiful civilians, always impressive on our tables...
They are awesome additions to the collection Ray! Lovely painting Fran!
No probs Frano!
Nice looking bunch of figures. Top stuff Fran.
He's a talented chap that Fran, good job you two are close. ;)
Is that tiny figure a child? Fran did good.
He certainly did!
The General is truly beyond critique! Hail Franonia!
Well I don't know about that??
Very nice additions to your collection Ray. You must really have some good dirt on Fran to blackmail him into all this work for you!
Sshhh.....don't tell anyone
Nice looking civvies. 25mm? ..only one mm taller than most 1/72nd´s. is that from head to toes ?
Redoubt are the big boys of the wargaming world, they're not in front of me at the mo, but they're usually around 32mm eye to toe I believe?
Always love civils mini. What sort of stronghold they must defend ?
Anything I can think of Stephane!
I got some Redoubt Enterprise figures recently and they are quite over sized for 25mm (or even 28mm) how do these compare with other figures of the same scale?
They are one of the largest 25-28mm companies out there Adam. Take a look at one of my old posts, its got Redoubt and Foundry figures next to each other, that'll give you a good idea.http://onelover-ray.blogspot.co.uk/2016/09/donnybrook-ladies.html
Very nice, Fran's a good lad to you Raymondo
He certainly is!
Cracking work dude.
Well done to Fran and great pic up for yourself Ray!Christopher
Indeed, you can never have enough civvies......or can you?
Excellent villagers Ray!
top job Fran
Good ol' Fran!
Beautifully painted figures. Once given names one could most certainly add to the magic of story telling with these.You are one lucky fellow Ray,to have them. BB
Yep, I may well give them a name, I'm sure the beardy bloke looks like a Paul???
Looking greate ! Love bystanders as they add alot of character to the games.
They do add that something special to games Michael.
Lovely figures and painting. They remind me of our locals when dressed up for the 'Day of Syn' complete with thrusting bosoms. I especially like the character with his hands on hips, I'm sure it's the late Jon Lord of Deep Purple fame?
Ha ha, he does look like Jon Lord doesn't he.
Excellent work Ray! Civilians and bystanders are always a nice addition to the tabletop.
Yes indeedy Curt!
Nice additions Ray Fran has done a good job on these looking forward to seeing how they get on.
very nice gents!
Love the bread lady one.
Its a great pose, and also can be used as a weapon! Wouldn't wanna get a smack on the head wth that shovel!
They rock Ray! Nice job all around.