Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Anyone know the manufacturer of this figure?


He is a bit small, and is wearing a hat of unknown style... it is certainly not a shako.  Anyone know the manufacturer?

:)

Can't wait to paint up his first army of toy soldiers!!  Only bad side?  No trip to Fall In this year:(  Booo!!

16 comments:

Scott MacPhee said...

Congratulations! Is this your first?

WarRaptor said...

Thats obviously a Lord Ashram original! Congrats, anda great picture!

Guidowg said...

I sure am hoping that you know the manufacturer!
Congratulations, he looks perfect, enjoy the little things in life..........before they get to big and eat you out of house and home.
Well done old boy!

Anthony said...

Congratulations :-)

122nd NYVI said...

Congratulations! That certainly qualifies as a life changing event! The fun begins. You can paint more minis while you & the Mrs. are being kept awake all night! :-)

mad padre said...

Congratulations! Such a lifelike mini!
It took me fifteen years to train my son to being a wargamer and today he's a good opponent, though I had to grit my teeth through his W40K stage. Be patient! :)

Michael Awdry said...

Many congratulations.

Christopher(aka Axebreaker) said...

Congratulations on a lovely new addition!

Christopher

luca said...

Congartulations! beatiful guy!

Andy said...

I have a few of those and am definitely not allowed to have any more, the wife says. The head seems out of proportion to the rest of the anatomy, but that's common for such small scale figures. Sculptors' these days! ;-)

Congratulations on the new one!

Gaj said...

Is it resin? Make sure you don't leave it in the sun. And don't forget to wash it in warm soapy water before you paint it.

Congratulations, sir! Well done on your new family member. He is a little treasure!

God Bless!

ADB said...

Congratulations to the good lady and yourself.

Hope you have as much fun as we have had with our two.

With love
The Beasley Family

(Everyone loves the hat!)

Ray Rousell said...

Congrats!! What his (your) next army gonna be?? And you know your lovely wargame room well..........

brian_smaller said...

I had a coupe of those over the years. Just watch out for the unset greenstuff that sometimes leaks from near the base of the model.

jmilesr said...

Congrats and well done.
Kids are a wonder but in the next few days you'll realize how much free time you wasted in those heady "pre-offspring" days - even though you didn't realize you had free time then!

Enjoy the ride, it honestly just gets better as they age (at least through 16 years which is my experience to date).

JM said...

Congrats!