I bought these figures from Old Glory Miniatures UK. I found them under the Blue Moon header, came to their Blue Moon Miniatures page and on that I clicked on ‘28mm Blue Moon Manufacturing’. Another page and here I clicked the ‘Chaos in Cairo’ link and found a couple of packs that suited me. This one was called ‘CIC-10: Cairo Civilians II’.
When it arrived the package said West Wind was the producer and the pack was called ‘CIC-10 Civilians #2 w/Cart’. A bit confusing, but now I have them and they are painted.
They will be used in our Pulp Alley campaign and other Pulp Alley games also, as generic Arabic non-combatants. Eye-candy for the tables.
Mould lines on these were manageable and as the metal is on the soft side they were easily removed with a file.
Not much to say about the painting really. Based with Vallejo Foundation White, a wash of Army Painter Dark Tone ink and a heavy drybrush with Off-White on all the white cloth. The female is obviously painted with black and a dark grey drybrush.
A nice addition to my other Pulp Arabs. Set #1 is on the painting table now.
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