28mm Tangent Miniatures Blunt's Men

Steve-the-Duck

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Here's a set of familiar faces from the Peninsula campaign of, oh, about thirty years ago... (and apologies for the poor photography this time out)
Got these at a local show, after seeing them in Miniature Wargames, and did a quick paint and base for a Chrstmas present. There are two missing from the set here, Captain Sacchrin Bill and Rifleman Polly

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Captain Blunt, La Contessa and Sergeant Larper

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Riflemen Swagman, Parris, Isiah and Hooper
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The villains, Sergeant Pigswill and French Agent B'Stard

Also in Tangent's Ahistorical range are a set of figures for the trenches of WWI - must be some cunning plan...
 
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Nice to see some more 28s on here :thumb2: Nice job Chris. There are loads of characterful minis out there….are you planning any more?
 

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Great work here with the 28mm figures. Must be exceptionally fiddly to paint but with a bonus of minimal/zero assembly? G
 

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Great work here with the 28mm figures. Must be exceptionally fiddly to paint but with a bonus of minimal/zero assembly? G
Hi Gav. 28 metals tend to be one part, but plastics can go to six or more parts, depending upon the figure type. There is an almost infinite variety out there though.
 

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Great work here with the 28mm figures. Must be exceptionally fiddly to paint but with a bonus of minimal/zero assembly? G
Except for 'Blunt' humself, with a separate Baker rifle and hand, all the others are one piece castings. And Tim is right - I've got some Warlord WW2 plastic Brits that are eight parts...
 
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