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Title: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Phil Robinson on April 03, 2014, 11:25:07 PM
First packs are up on the North Star site :)
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Ray Earle on April 04, 2014, 04:33:46 AM
And very nice they are too.  :D
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Hu Rhu on April 04, 2014, 08:12:25 AM
Great figures.  A New project springs to mind 8)
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Atheling on April 04, 2014, 09:21:18 AM
Ordered the lot at 6:30am this morning!!

They are lovely sculpts and will go a long way to providing even more variation to my NWF collection (as yet unpainted of course!!  lol  -Soon to be remedied!)

Darrell.
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Ray Earle on April 04, 2014, 09:24:18 AM
Bloody hell Darrell! You're on the ball.  ;)

Lovely figures, will get ordered over the weekend. Hope to see some opponents soon.
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Malamute on April 04, 2014, 09:57:03 AM
Corr, they are rather special. I can see some of these being used for other theatres such as VSF. I can't wait to see the Brits ;D
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Atheling on April 04, 2014, 10:03:38 AM
And here they are:

Ordered the lot this morning from North Star- Artizan:

http://www.artizandesigns.com/list.php?man=23&page=1

Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Ray Earle on April 04, 2014, 10:30:17 AM
There's some lovely pieces there. Could've done with pics of the other two packs as well (I know, never happy  ;)) though...

I can see me painting brown and sand for a while.  :D
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Atheling on April 04, 2014, 11:02:00 AM
There's some lovely pieces there. Could've done with pics of the other two packs as well (I know, never happy  ;)) though...

I can see me painting brown and sand for a while.  :D

Me too matey  :). Actually I've got rather a lot of sand to paint first and unfortunately it's not for me  :'(.

Darrell.
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: joroas on April 04, 2014, 12:28:48 PM
(http://www.artizandesigns.com/images/img1949.jpg)
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Atheling on April 04, 2014, 02:41:18 PM
(http://www.artizandesigns.com/images/img1949.jpg)

Cheers Ears  :D.

Darrell.
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: former user on April 04, 2014, 02:55:09 PM
they look great

did he also do the northwest frontier range for foundry?
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Malamute on April 04, 2014, 03:09:23 PM
they look great

did he also do the northwest frontier range for foundry?

No, the Wargames Foundry range was sculpted by the Perry brothers.
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: carlos marighela on April 04, 2014, 05:09:22 PM
Very nice indeed and Mile Owen's sculpts are almost self painting, a pleasure to daub.
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: former user on April 04, 2014, 06:46:38 PM
No, the Wargames Foundry range was sculpted by the Perry brothers.
THX
Very nice indeed and Mile Owen's sculpts are almost self painting, a pleasure to daub.
Yup, I agree

I suppose this means we will see british indian army units too?
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Atheling on April 04, 2014, 07:08:01 PM
THXYup, I agree

I suppose this means we will see british indian army units too?

Someone mentioned that and it is certainly my hope.... some nice variation of pose in the Afghan Regulars would be fantastic (as well as the Brits and Indians too!)  8)
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Dewbakuk on April 04, 2014, 08:10:36 PM
Yep, Brits and Indian troops for certain, I've seen the greens. Afghan regulars should be making an appearance later too.

You'll definitely be wanting to keep an eye on the officers Nick, there are some that will fit right in with your stuff. Saw a great green today of a British officer with a Pathan style mountain/cold weather coat, I definitely need him in my collection soon.
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Ray Earle on April 04, 2014, 08:51:36 PM
Yep, had a reply on Facebook from the good folk at Northstar that opposition for the Afghans are being moulded as we speak. Well, probably not right now, because its nearly 22:00hrs on a Friday night, but, oh you know what I mean.
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Malamute on April 04, 2014, 09:18:04 PM
Yep, Brits and Indian troops for certain, I've seen the greens. Afghan regulars should be making an appearance later too.

You'll definitely be wanting to keep an eye on the officers Nick, there are some that will fit right in with your stuff. Saw a great green today of a British officer with a Pathan style mountain/cold weather coat, I definitely need him in my collection soon.

Oh goody, looking forward to these. I feel a lead spending spree is on the horizon. Shame I won't see them in the lead at Salute though.
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Captain Blood on April 04, 2014, 09:33:02 PM
Mike Owen has been threatening to do these for about the last ten years - so glad he's finally got round to it.
Maybe there's hope for more sea dogs and swashbucklers after all - he suggested he might do some more of those under the Artizan label about ten years ago as well  :D

God knows I have more than enough pathans in my collection. But I really do feel honour-bound to buy and paint some of these lovely figures. So I suppose I will  :)
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Ray Earle on April 04, 2014, 09:34:14 PM
Au contraire mon ami (said in my best Peckham accent) the Afghan range will be available on the Wargames Emporium stand at Salute.  ;)

Whether the Brits will be ready by then is anyone's guess but at least you'll get a good gander at the natives. That's of course if Jim unshackles you from the table..
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: marcusluis on April 04, 2014, 10:45:12 PM
Will these mix well with the new empress afagans too???
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: carlos marighela on April 04, 2014, 11:46:16 PM
Interesting question. Mike Owen's figures have tended to be on the larger side of things. His WW2 Artizan stuff dwarves my Bolt Action British paras (Paul Hicks)and is noticeably taller than my modern Eurekas and chunkier than modern Empress (Tony Boustead).

His work for Brigade Games is a pretty decent match for Copplestone, size and heft wise. Pure speculation but I'd suggest they will be taller and chunkier. Probably not irreconcilably so but bigger none the less. His figures are always a delight to paint. My one niggle is that their feet often seem too small in proportion to the rest of the figure.
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Atheling on April 05, 2014, 04:37:30 AM
Interesting question. Mike Owen's figures have tended to be on the larger side of things. His WW2 Artizan stuff dwarves my Bolt Action British paras (Paul Hicks)and is noticeably taller than my modern Eurekas and chunkier than modern Empress (Tony Boustead).

His work for Brigade Games is a pretty decent match for Copplestone, size and heft wise. Pure speculation but I'd suggest they will be taller and chunkier. Probably not irreconcilably so but bigger none the less. His figures are always a delight to paint. My one niggle is that their feet often seem too small in proportion to the rest of the figure.

'Possibly' solved by putting them on slightly thinner wooden bases me thinks(?). Or raising the Perry stuff slightly [shudders at the thought of re-basing]. My Perry stuff is all on 2 pence pieces which are about (with the Queens faces faced down- wouldn't do to deface Her Majesty with such a range!!!  lol).

Darrell.
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Malamute on April 05, 2014, 07:42:15 AM
Au contraire mon ami (said in my best Peckham accent) the Afghan range will be available on the Wargames Emporium stand at Salute.  ;)

Whether the Brits will be ready by then is anyone's guess but at least you'll get a good gander at the natives. That's of course if Jim unshackles you from the table..

He'll never know, I'll just sneak away at an appropriate moment when his back is turned ;) lol

In reality our game is not adjacent to his stand. For some God forsaken reason we have been placed elsewhere in the hall. :?
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Captain Blood on April 05, 2014, 08:08:21 AM
In reality our game is not adjacent to his stand. For some God forsaken reason we have been placed elsewhere in the hall. :?

I noticed that from the plan.
You'll need a runner between the different Malamute/Bibbly forward positions.
Maybe it's time for a promotion for the backdrop boy  ;)
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Ray Earle on April 05, 2014, 01:01:01 PM
He'll never know, I'll just sneak away at an appropriate moment when his back is turned ;) lol

In reality our game is not adjacent to his stand. For some God forsaken reason we have been placed elsewhere in the hall. :?

So realistically you can turn up in the morning to set up, wander around Salute all day, and then help tidy away and Jim'll be none the wiser?..  ;)

Well, as long as he's not reading this.
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Malamute on April 05, 2014, 01:04:51 PM
So realistically you can turn up in the morning to set up, wander around Salute all day, and then help tidy away and Jim'll be none the wiser?..  ;)

Well, as long as he's not reading this.

 lol

Ssssh! ;)
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Dewbakuk on April 05, 2014, 03:34:23 PM
Will these mix well with the new empress afagans too???

The Empress ones are likely to be a bit smaller and slighter. Also they're about 30 years later so you might need to pick and choose your figures a bit.
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: THE CID on April 05, 2014, 04:23:35 PM
I can see a Flashman in there on the left of the swordsman. Just ordered some of these beauties.  THE CID
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Ray Earle on April 05, 2014, 04:51:02 PM
Ordered mine last night.  :D

Enough of them to give private Widdle a run for his money.
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: THE CID on April 06, 2014, 08:56:22 PM
I think Mike sculpted most of the figures for Mutineer miniatures, I'm sure some would fit in for the north west frontier scenario. THE CID.
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Atheling on April 07, 2014, 06:53:12 PM
I think Mike sculpted most of the figures for Mutineer miniatures, I'm sure some would fit in for the north west frontier scenario. THE CID.

Already thought of that, though most of the pics on the Mutineer Site seem to have disappeared into the ether!  ???

They will indeed come in very useful. I will of course be using the older Foundry Perry sculpts that IMHO have about as much character as it is possible to pack into a miniature 8).

Darrell.
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Atheling on April 16, 2014, 04:35:06 AM
Ok, so I received the miniatures and all had survived the postal running of the gauntlet except one of the swordsmen that North Star/Artizan have agreed to replace.

The miniatures are taller then the Parry Foundry sculpts (as expected really), but not as bulky. They are very much in the style of Mike Owen and I think are promising if the range continues with all that has been suggested on the forum.

No idea what's next but my money is on Afghan regulars though I think I'd prefer to see Some Indian Troops to be taking them on just for now!

I'll post up some pics as I go- painting up some Perry Foundry sculpts as I speak.

Darrell.

Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: THE CID on April 16, 2014, 05:38:49 AM
What time period are the opposition going to be. THE CID. ANY PICTURES OF GREENS.
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Atheling on April 16, 2014, 09:17:24 AM
What time period are the opposition going to be. THE CID. ANY PICTURES OF GREENS.

Second Afghan War.

I haven't seen any greens- to be honest I hadn't seen any of the Afghan Irregulars either but bought them literally as they were being added to the Artizan site! :)

Darrell.
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Ray Earle on April 16, 2014, 11:17:59 AM
Yep, got mine too. Lovely little figures, bought the command, both sword packs and only one each of the muskets and rifles.

I think opposition are coming next, so hopefully some Indian army and a smattering of Brits. I haven't seen any greens but believe Dewbakuk (if I remember correctly) has seen them before they disappeared into a mould.

As an aside, any idea what colours the irregulars flags would have been Darrell? I'm leaning towards a black triangular rag myself..
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Malamute on April 16, 2014, 11:21:39 AM
I want to see Brits (inc Scots), Sikhs and and a mountain gun and crew. :D

And I want them now lol
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: THE CID on April 16, 2014, 11:37:26 AM
And a Daniel Dravett and Peachy Carnaghan.  THE CID.
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Ray Earle on April 16, 2014, 11:50:46 AM
I want to see Brits (inc Scots), Sikhs and and a mountain gun and crew. :D

And I want them now lol

I don't think you can miss out the Jocks! They get everywhere.  ;)

Did you get a chance to peruse the range at Salute Nick?
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: former user on April 16, 2014, 12:12:11 PM
I don't think you can miss out the Jocks! They get everywhere.  ;)

among the already overrepresented (in miniature) brits an overrepresented minority  lol
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: H.M.Stanley on April 16, 2014, 12:23:48 PM
A unit or two of Afghan Regulars and my world is complete ...  :D lol
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Malamute on April 16, 2014, 12:28:58 PM
I don't think you can miss out the Jocks! They get everywhere.  ;)

Did you get a chance to peruse the range at Salute Nick?

No!  :'(

 Before the show opened I went to the Wargames Emporium stand and enquired about them. The salesman took me to the rack to show me the packs but it was empty. He turned around to find someone had already bought every pack they had! This was even before the show opened lol
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Malamute on April 16, 2014, 12:29:46 PM
And a Daniel Dravett and Peachy Carnaghan.  THE CID.


Good call, I have use for them as well ;D
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Ray Earle on April 16, 2014, 12:39:45 PM
No!  :'(

 Before the show opened I went to the Wargames Emporium stand and enquired about them. The salesman took me to the rack to show me the packs but it was empty. He turned around to find someone had already bought every pack they had! This was even before the show opened lol

Gits.  ::)  lol

They really are lovely figures. There's the odd strange pose, mainly the ones lifting rifles up to fire, but there's some real gems in the packs too. The command and sword armed packs are by far my favourites.  :D
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Malamute on April 16, 2014, 12:51:04 PM
Gits.  ::)  lol

They really are lovely figures. There's the odd strange pose, mainly the ones lifting rifles up to fire, but there's some real gems in the packs too. The command and sword armed packs are by far my favourites.  :D

I will get some, I especially like the command pack as well. but I am more keen to see the Brits.
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Atheling on April 16, 2014, 02:03:09 PM
I'll post up some pics as I go- painting up some Perry Foundry sculpts as I speak.

I've nearly finished the four Foundry (in my spare time gents!) and i'll do the Artizan one's next. There is a size and a bulk difference, but I'd say wait until you see them painted up.....

I haven't seen any greens but believe Dewbakuk (if I remember correctly) has seen them before they disappeared into a mould.

Where is that man?  :)

As an aside, any idea what colours the irregulars flags would have been Darrell? I'm leaning towards a black triangular rag myself..

To be honest all I know is that the banners were triangular in shape and most tribes and sub-tribes of 'irregulars'/tribesman had their own distinct flag. There was a Colonial publication (name escapes me now) that has info on the subject and I'm hoping to order some back issues. I'll let you know when/if i get the info matey.

Darrell.
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Dewbakuk on April 16, 2014, 09:03:41 PM
I'm here, I'm here, calm yourselves!  :D

What's the actual question?

I've seen the greens for British Infantry, some superb officers including one in a mountain coat that I have to have and a few jacketed Indian troops. There were also dolly parts for more Indians. Afghan regulars will be done but as far as I'm aware the Brits/Indian Army is first. All the figures I saw have gone into master moulds but no production moulds yet as far as I know.

My guess would be for a similar release to the Pathans, so probably waiting for a decent set of packs to release as a block.
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Atheling on April 16, 2014, 10:57:33 PM
I'm here, I'm here, calm yourselves!  :D

What's the actual question?

I've seen the greens for British Infantry, some superb officers including one in a mountain coat that I have to have and a few jacketed Indian troops. There were also dolly parts for more Indians. Afghan regulars will be done but as far as I'm aware the Brits/Indian Army is first. All the figures I saw have gone into master moulds but no production moulds yet as far as I know.

Great news!!  :D

My guess would be for a similar release to the Pathans, so probably waiting for a decent set of packs to release as a block.

Suits me! I prefer releases that are in blocks than to the one's that trickle out. You know where you are that way.

Darrell.
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Bindonblood on April 17, 2014, 11:42:07 AM
Oh dear I seem to be a Git..

'Twas me who purchased (nearly) all the figures at Salute. It was me or someone else and I figured I deserved them as much as any other man. More so, as I got there first...  lol

I did however leave two packs of rifles as I had enough of them.

Surprised about how few packs were available...
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: H.M.Stanley on April 17, 2014, 11:45:45 AM
Oh dear I seem to be a Git..

'Twas me who purchased (nearly) all the figures at Salute. It was me or someone else and I figured I deserved them as much as any other man. More so, as I got there first...  lol

I did however leave two packs of rifles as I had enough of them.

Surprised about how few packs were available...

Poor form old man. I would have never have stooped ...  ;)

James Flashman O'Toole
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Ray Earle on April 17, 2014, 11:51:18 AM
Oh dear I seem to be a Git..

'Twas me who purchased (nearly) all the figures at Salute. It was me or someone else and I figured I deserved them as much as any other man. More so, as I got there first...  lol

I did however leave two packs of rifles as I had enough of them.

Surprised about how few packs were available...

Ah well, as they say on the frontier 'if you're not fast, you're last'. Or some such..  ;)
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Malamute on April 17, 2014, 11:58:35 AM
Oh dear I seem to be a Git..

'Twas me who purchased (nearly) all the figures at Salute. It was me or someone else and I figured I deserved them as much as any other man. More so, as I got there first...  lol

I did however leave two packs of rifles as I had enough of them.

Surprised about how few packs were available...

 lol

Dont worry I don't hold a grudge for long lol

Yep it was odd they had so few given these would probably be in demand.
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Bindonblood on April 17, 2014, 12:08:51 PM
lol

Dont worry I don't hold a grudge for long lol

Yep it was odd they had so few given these would probably be in demand.

I did apologise to the chap at the Martian game... Hopefully that will mean the grudge will be short lived.

I wanted 4 units worth, 2 24 man units with swords, 2 18 man units with guns. They still had to post me half a dozen packs...

Like you I would have thought these would be big sellers as there has been a bit of a buzz about them. I wonder how long until the next release...

Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Malamute on April 17, 2014, 12:14:28 PM
I did apologise to the chap at the Martian game... Hopefully that will mean the grudge will be short lived.




What grudge ??? ;)

I'm going to wait and order them once the Brits are available. I should imagine given what Dewbakuk said earlier that we will see these in about a month.
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: THE CID on April 17, 2014, 02:02:38 PM
I forgot about Billy Fish and Utah the Terrible.  THE CID.
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Malamute on April 17, 2014, 02:04:43 PM
I forgot about Billy Fish and Utah the Terrible.  THE CID.

 lol

Those as well especially Billy Fish  :D
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Ray Earle on April 17, 2014, 06:33:58 PM
I've got one based ready to paint as a colour test.

So Artizan better hurry up with the Brits or they'll be an uprising before they know it!  ::)
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Dewbakuk on April 17, 2014, 08:02:08 PM
I should imagine given what Dewbakuk said earlier that we will see these in about a month.

No clue, sorry. We are dealing with a sculptor here...

Apparently there were more Afghans at Dave Thomas' stand on the other side of the hall. I didn't go to it so can't confirm but I've been told they were there for most of the day (Probably because no one knew they were there).
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Dewbakuk on April 28, 2014, 03:24:37 PM
Cubs has painted a couple of the officer figures:

http://leadadventureforum.com/index.php?topic=66263.0
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Romark on April 30, 2014, 10:16:40 AM
A promising start for the British,can't wait to see the rest of the troops.
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: ecwcaptain on May 07, 2014, 06:49:36 PM
With regard to flags used by the Pathan/Afghan tribesmen, various books (Osprey for one) show a couple examples. Generally they are triangular in shape.

For example, the Zakka Khel Afridis carried flags/standards that were of various shades of red for the field color, with one contemporary photo also showing a striped flag with five alternating wide red and white horizontal stripes. Generally, on the field there could be various tribal designs or writing.

Also, Ghazis were known to carry standards with a green field.

"The Flag Dude" in the States (and had a booth at Salute as well) makes some very lovely Pathan/Afghan tribal flags -- as well as other flags for most periods -- and is highly recommended if you want them all done at about $6/flag.

Regards,
Bob Giglio

Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Atheling on May 08, 2014, 12:53:13 PM
and is highly recommended if you want them all done at about $6/flag.

That sounds like a great plan Bob! Heraldry has really kicked the stuffing oput of my longing to paint up all my own banners/standards!  :D

Darrell.
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: H.M.Stanley on May 08, 2014, 01:59:38 PM
That ZW/Empress Flashman figure.

Blue/black uniform for the Dragoons? I'm using him for the 2nd Anglo/Afghan War

[Apols if this should be on another thread]
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Atheling on May 08, 2014, 02:44:59 PM
That ZW/Empress Flashman figure.

Blue/black uniform for the Dragoons? I'm using him for the 2nd Anglo/Afghan War

[Apols if this should be on another thread]

Naughty  lol.

.....to answer your question mate, no idea  :-[.

Darrell.
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Plynkes on May 08, 2014, 03:08:48 PM
That ZW/Empress Flashman figure.

Blue/black uniform for the Dragoons? I'm using him for the 2nd Anglo/Afghan War

[Apols if this should be on another thread]

If you mean the "Harry Lightman" figure that they give away with the Black Powder supplement, he looks like he is wearing a patrol jacket. 6th Dragoon Guards patrol jacket would be dark blue with black trim (all those funny French-looking flappy bits would be black too). Home service pantaloons were worn by those guys in Afghanistan, which would again be dark blue, I think with a thick double white stripe.

He is wearing an Infantryman's Glengarry, unfortunately, which no dragoon would be caught dead wearing, I don't think. Cavalry forage cap was a pill-box hat, worn at a suitably jaunty angle.
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: H.M.Stanley on May 08, 2014, 03:27:59 PM
If you mean the "Harry Lightman" figure that they give away with the Black Powder supplement, he looks like he is wearing a patrol jacket. 6th Dragoon Guards patrol jacket would be dark blue with black trim (all those funny French-looking flappy bits would be black too). Home service pantaloons were worn by those guys in Afghanistan, which would again be dark blue, I think with a thick double white stripe.

He is wearing an Infantryman's Glengarry, unfortunately, which no dragoon would be caught dead wearing, I don't think. Cavalry forage cap was a pill-box hat, worn at a suitably jaunty angle.

That's the fellow! Thanks Plynkes.

Pity about the headgear ...
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Atheling on May 08, 2014, 06:29:27 PM
He is wearing an Infantryman's Glengarry, unfortunately, which no dragoon would be caught dead wearing, I don't think. Cavalry forage cap was a pill-box hat, worn at a suitably jaunty angle.

Easy enough to chop and to convert I would have thought Plynkes?

Darrell.
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Plynkes on May 08, 2014, 11:47:10 PM
To someone with the right set of skills, yes.

That someone ain't me, though.  :)
Title: Re: Artizan North West Frontier
Post by: Atheling on May 09, 2014, 06:41:27 AM
To someone with the right set of skills, yes.

That someone ain't me, though.  :)

Might give it a try at some point and see if I can do it...... I really want to learn to sculpt- should have the requisite skills really art college and sculpture and all that sort of thing...... here's to hoping!

Darrell.