Saturday, 31 March 2018

Lutzow Uhlans

I have almost finished the next batch of figures. They need a second coat of varnish and basing to finish them off.


The Officer and Standard bearer are conversions using a Prussian Dragoon and a bit of Milliput.

Thanks to WM for the image of the flag which I have made from an old coke can.

9 comments:

mojoworking said...

Nice job Mark! That standard bearer is brilliant.

Cheers

Dave

Alastair Morrison said...

Nicely done Mark...
I love the way that ‘shiny ‘ black always looks so much ‘brighter ‘. ;-)

All the best. Aly

Mark Dudley said...

Thanks Dave. I am still learning how to do metal flags. The lettering is not as good ss I want it. I wonder if I can find a fine tip gold pen.

Mark Dudley said...

Hi Aly

I love Shiny Black.

Wellington Man said...

Magnificently black and shiny, Mark. Well done!
As for lettering, Mr Dudley, I'd day you've not done too badly at all. I've resorted to doing tiny joined-up dots, but it's terribly slow work.
Happy Easter, WM

Stryker said...

Fantastic work Mark and most impressed with the flag!

Mark Dudley said...

I had not thought of using dots. It will take longer but it will give me more control. Thanks for the tip.

Mark Dudley said...

I am still learning how to paint flags. I do need to practise some more before I try making British flags out of coke cans.

Anonymous said...


Nice conversion work there, Mark.

Tony S