Thursday, August 3, 2017

And, there's more! Warfare Minis Guest Gallery 3




Never did I realize when I started this little review how many painters have actually sent me pictures of there work with Warfare Miniatures.



Dannie Fogleman's Saxons - I think he painted every darn one of them!


I should really be surprised because we've sold about 20,000 packs since we started so there are a few out there in Wargames Land.



Dannie's Swedes - Forward the Blues!


Dannie Fogleman was one of the people behind getting the GNW range off the drawing board and into production.  He has made a significant volume contribution to painting and displaying his troops as can been seen from these two battle shots.



In this third episode of other painter work we've got some lovely stuff from relatively recently and from way back at the beginning of Warfare.



Peter McCarroll's wonderful Enniskillen Horse



Peter McCarroll is a very fine brushman and extremely prolific. He completed several squadrons of Williamite Horse for adventures in Ireland.


Aalvsborg Regiment by Pat Connor

Danish musketeer by Pat Connor

The Funen Regiment by Pat Connor


Pat Connor is yet another outstanding brushman and here are some examples of his talent applied to Warfare Miniatures.




A great customer who is producing some very fine work these days is the enigmatically named 'Gunfreak' aka Truls from the fjords of Norge.

Truls Fjell did a superb job on  the Saxon Goltz Dragoons

Truls is a very prolific chap and has produced a large number of units in a relatively short space of time.

Trul's basing sets off the models very well.


I have liked everything he has done but I think the Goltz Dragoons are some of his best work to date and am very proud that he has shown them on the internet.

Definitely worthy of another look - Truls Fjell's Saxon Goltz Dragoons


Brian Philips is another excellent painter who has lavished some time on the Warfare range. These models were some of the very first painted about six years ago.



Sergeant of the Garde te Voet

Dutch musketeer by Brian Philips



Dutch officer by Brian Philips





6 comments:

  1. Wow, lots of good painters out there. The pictures really show the character and life that the Warfare figures have. Dannie is a prolific painter and I've seen his work at conventions in the States, they are quite nice.

    I've also enjoyed watching Trul's progress as a painter over the years. He is really turning out good looking figures these days.

    I've really got to get back to painting my Swedes.

    Jim

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  2. Once again, excellent painting from these guys. They really do show off the quality of Warfare Miniatures

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  3. As I am only a Collector and not a painter my Armies wont be part of the Warfare Venture. But I do like how the so-called "Saxon Flu" spread across the Miniatures world after my Saxons took the Field for the first time.
    All very fine stuff:-)

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  4. That's some force of Swedes that Dannie has, they will take some stopping.
    It's great to see so many talented painters and different painting styles,

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  5. Wow great stuff !!!!!!!inspired me to get painting

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  6. quite a lot more to come in the next couple of posts featuring the work of guest painters

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