Next batch of Indian Mutiny sculpts!

Started by Leon, 03 March 2018, 09:19:56 PM

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Leon

There's actually a couple of months worth here but we're a bit behind with our pic taking!  This lot covers most of the British types, leaving just the artillery and limbers to be done.  We've had some great help from member John Cook on the artillery, so the modeller is working away on those as I type.  There's a rather nice limber elephant in the works as well!

Indian Mutiny - British

Infantry in Home Service dress



Infantry in Campaign dress



Sikh Infantry



Gurkhas



Naval Brigade



Highlanders



Lancers



Cavalry in shirt and caps



Cavalry in tunic and pugree



Dragoon Guards



Punjabi Cavalry



Gentlemen Horse


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Not my period, but I can see a lot of proxies in these beauties.

Lovely work. My compliments to the sculptor.
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Yes indeed, those home service chappies - hmmm  :- such possibilities.
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Fenton

I don't know much about the period but the muskets ( should they be muskets?) seem  a little short compared to images Ive seen online. Looks like it will be a great range though
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Quote from: Fenton on 03 March 2018, 10:39:49 PM
I don't know much about the period but the muskets ( should they be muskets?) seem  a little short compared to images Ive seen online. Looks like it will be a great range though

If you mean the Sikh infantry, those are carrying the Brunswick rifle, a smaller 3ft musket designed to replace the Baker rifle.  It was originally made in the UK but a large number were manufactured and issued in Nepal around the time of the Mutiny. 
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The Gurkha with the drawn kukri is a very nice touch :)
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Thanks for the info Leon. I guess I expected them all to be using Brown Bess muskets still
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