So at last here's another 1/12th character about to join his two companions in the long trek across the pond to a new life!
I hope the surprise of opening the parcel won't be spoiled if I share a picture of Angus, complete with his bagpipes with my blog readers.
This is another character positively demanding detail, so his kilt is well-pleated, the pin is in place and of course his sporran. The bagpipes are always a bit of a challenge, but he looks happy enough with them I think. I'm just finishing off two very posh C18th gents - loads of detail - lots of fun. I'll show you next time.
Now I must make inroads into 1/16th, 1/24th and 1/48th commissions.....not all at the same time though...brain and eyes can't take that!
I promised I'd let you know when the next Dolls House and Miniature Scene Magazine World War 1 project was available - here it is - click on this link http://www.collectors-club-of-great-britain.co.uk/Dolls-Houses-and-Miniatures/Features/WW1-Exclusive-Web-Project--The-Majors-Gloves-and-Swagger-Stick/_ch27_ft1773
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