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jammy four Sponsoring Member of TMP writes:

thanks Gordon for your input
the Apaches employed a Myraid
of no blankets…antelope skins
small cedar wood saddles..the
armoured cavalry were very much a
"in house" work in progress to counter
the Cuera and their formidable rider
and some horse armour.sand and glue
were used on multiple layer of deer
skin,and then painted red,Green blue
or pale yellow..dependant on the
availablity of mineral extracts. looting
from wiped out Cuera and Spanisf infantry
vompleted the picture!

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Gringo40s writes:

From time to time, Gringo40s plans to showcase our miniatures painted, and for use as a quick guide to uniform details, and hopefully garner inspiration in painting our models. Please see the undermentioned example of this work.

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