Tuesday, 16 April 2019

Wargames Foundry Victorian Ladies

I recently bought a blister pack of five 28mm scale Victorian Ladies from Wargames Foundry for two reasons. First the Victorian period coincides with the height of the Wild West period (1870-1885) so I can use them as townsfolk. Secondly, there was one figure that I wanted to use as the half-ghost, Emeline Holt, from Ghostbreakers:Spirits of Manhattan. You'll be able to see her on my WOIN blog very soon.
I have yet to name any of these figures. At the far left is a lady in green who is holding a rolled up poster or news sheet in her left hand. The lady in the lemon dress is one of two holding a fan.
The lady in the pink dress is the second lady holding a fan. Finally is the lady in the dark red dress.
These are really well sculpted and I'm pleased to add them to my Wild West collection as female figures are vastly outnumbered by male figures.

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  1. Great work on these figures Bryan, they fit in really well as wild west townsfolk

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    1. Thank you, Dave. They certainly do fit in well as Wild West townsfolk.

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  2. Very nice Bryan, the lady in the yellow dress with black hair hiding her face with her fan, could it be an incognito Vampi…..shhhh! mums the word.

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    Cheers Roger.

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    1. Hee, hee, hee! Roger, you really shouldn't be putting ideas like that in my head! Big smiles! :-)

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  3. Nice bit of work on them Bryan & would 100% agree on you about their use in Wild West settings.

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    1. Many thanks, Frank. They do fit the Wild West setting very well.

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  4. Nice work they all look great Bryan.

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