The figures are full of character and and the sculpting quality is quite good. The castings had minimal levels of flash, though I found some of the details on the guns to be soft and one figure had a strap that wasn't cast properly (fixed with some green stuff). However, these are minor complaints that can be hidden in the paint jobs.
Since I had two packs of the extreme musketmen (masked troops), I did my best to come up with varied paint schemes to hide the duplicates.
I didn't catch it at the time of purchase, but it turns out musketmen packs 1 and 2 are actually the same body dollies with different head variants (and the same running dolly is used by the extreme pack). I would have preferred more varied poses in my squad, but at this stage there was nothing to do but again try to vary the paint schemes.
I don't have any of the Foundry Ruga Ruga to do a size comparison, but here is one of the figures up against a Foundry Masai, Copplestone Azande, and Warlord plastic Natal Native. The bases vary a few millimeters in thickness, but I think the figure sizes are comparable, along with the sculpt styles.
I'm quite happy with the final unit and hope I'll get a chance to get them on the table sometime in the near future.
very nicely done, I do like a bit of darkest africaReplyDelete
I think the ‘extreme’ masks are made from the faces of dead enemies, nice!ReplyDelete
Great paint job! Hopefully they don't succumb to the traditional 1st game trouncing.ReplyDelete
WoooooW! Awesome work!ReplyDelete
Very good job !ReplyDelete
We like particulary the shields on the last pictures !
Wonderful painting, awesome masks, shields and scenery, congrats!ReplyDelete
Great paint job on these guysReplyDelete