Tuesday, December 31, 2013

WW1 Russians Musketeer Miniatures

And so the last post of the year....
This is the last of the Russian Foot Infantry for The Russo-Japanese Project unless of course Markus over at Tsuba Miniatures produces extras next year, being a sucker as I am for shiny new models.


These are from Musketeers WW1 Range but fit in quite nicely with the Tsuba RJW infantry and provide a little more variety to the Russians.


I particular like the officer with the loud hailer urging his troops on, now he must be a Status II Big Man, I now have 10 Russian Sections more than enough for most regular games of Mud & Blood.

Now just the Artillery and Cavalry to follow.

Happy New Year all !!!!

16 comments:

  1. That's a cracking post to end the year with Stuart. I love these miniatures and looking forward to seeing more of them in 2014!

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    1. Thanks Michael, Have agreat 2014.

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  2. Great figures and painting.
    Cheers,
    Pat.

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  3. Smashing stuff again. 10 sections, Crikey! May the Jap MGs never jam...

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    1. Phil not to worry more Japs on the table as we speak :-)

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  4. As said above, nice way to end the year.

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    1. I would hate to have wasted the holiday season :-)

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  5. Very nice work! The figures are superb.

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    1. Musketeer do fit in really well with the Tsuba ranges, which always help when you are looking for alternative sources.

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  6. Really nice set of figures and a lovely paint job as always.

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    1. Thanks Steve - Happy New Year to you.
      Cheers
      Stu

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  7. I really love these figures. This is one of the lines that keeps my WWI dream alive.

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  8. Terrific figures, nice to see people doing the RJW. I do indeed love the officer with the loudhailer.
    All the best in 2014,
    Michael

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    1. Thanks Michael, just looking over the lead pile and still plenty more to go for 2014.

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