Saturday, 31 March 2018

Partisans for Sharpe Practice

My first full group of painted figures for my Anlgo-Portuguese army! Six Portuguese Partisans armed to the teeth and ready to hunt the French.

They're all from Front Rank's superb partisan/guerrilla range. Movement tray by Charlie Foxtrot.

They're all painted in a range of mainly Foundry colours; the complimentary triads make it far easier than messing about mixing shades.



I've painted each of them with an item (usually a sash around the waist) in Foundry Royal Purple as this is the colour of their partisan band.

The basing is a mix of small stones and grit/sand given a base of Americana Honey Brown then highlighted with VMC 847 Dark Sand then Foundry Boneyard light. Colonel Bill's Winter Grass along with a few arid looking tufts of longer grass and some small pieces of Woodland Scenics clump foliage finish it off nicely.

Next will be their leader, the infamous Açougueiro - "The Butcher" and an irascible little holy man on a donkey!

5 comments:

George Anderson said...

Excellent painting there, and I do love your basing.

The Wargames Table said...

Thank you muchly kind sir!

Dave Toone said...

Agree with George, lovely brushwork and very nice bases to boot Matt!

JOHNBOND said...

very nice work Matt
cheers John

The Wargames Table said...

@Dave & @John - thanks chaps! :o)