Sunday, 23 July 2017

Woodland Indians - Flint & Feather



How disgraceful!
Its taken me 2 years to get these beautifully sculpted and painted figures based up and finished!
These fab figures from the Flint & Feather range were a gift from my Secret Santa back in 2015.


Although I don't really need anymore Woodland Indians for my Donnybrook game, I'm gonna have
to give in and get a few more of these figures. 
I wish they were available in the UK?


Thanks again

67 comments:

  1. Yes shame on you but they do look splendid so well worth the wait

    Ian

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  2. Well they're done now and look excellent!

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  3. the last one that thinks he's Batman is the best

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  4. Those look good! Your basing works really well with MP's painting

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    1. I'm pretty pleased with how they came out.

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  5. terrific job and painting and i agree nice figures

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  6. Very nice figures Ray :)

    I think the Flint & Feather figures are only available from Crucible Crush in Canada at the moment, but it might be worth checking with North Star as they do act as a distributor for some of Bob Murch's other stuff

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    1. I wish North Star would sell them!!!

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  7. The detail is lovely, I think they are the nicest indian set that I have seen, which in games that I have seen, seem to be unnecessarily drab.

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    1. They are rather nice, if I say so myself!

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  8. Well worth the wait! Beautiful figures, Ray!

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  9. Nice figs. I am sure you will find a use for them.(If not I can!!Okay I did not think so!)

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  10. Two years isn't that long in the lead pile... I hope. They look great!

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  11. Very good indeed, worth the wait.

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  12. Lovely jobs. Images downloaded for inspiration.

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  13. Superb brushwork on these equally fine sculpts, Ray. Well done, indeed!

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  14. Superb result...worth waiting two years!

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  15. Well worth the wait to see these - splendid looking figures

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  16. Very impressive! Your work rate is still better than mine though, Ray...

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  17. It may have taken you a while to finish them, but you've done so in style.
    These are a marvel to behold.

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  18. Looking good Ray. I think Northstar stock Pulp Figures which is from the same guy so maybe they will show up there to.

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  19. You can never have enuff war parties! Scalp 'em if you got 'em!

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  20. Excellent painted indians, Ray!

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  21. Flint and feather? Weren´t they a firm of solicitors acting for Long John Silver and thier Motto was "Darby M'Graw - fetch aft the rum...."

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  22. They look splendid! (and tempting)

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    1. They are very tempting sculpts Colin, I can feel my wallet wobbling!!!

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  23. I admire these figures and the project they came out of, and I especially like your paint jobs, very nicely done.

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    1. Thank you very much Ryder, I'm pleased you like them.

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  24. Wahou (en français dans le texte) great looking, i love it.

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  25. They are fabulous castings and you've really done a fantastic job on them, Ray.

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