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I've tried to show a clan gentleman, who has the complete set of Highland weaponry and who could be an officer or front rank man in one of the Highland "regiments" in Prince Charles Edward Stewart army during 1745-46 rising...
Do not judge strictly, this is my first experience of conversion!

Greystone Highlander as a base fugure with simple addition of parts DID Black Watch Highlander (Angus) - hoses, Brown Bess musket, neck tie, historically correct separate belts for targe and pistol, green plastic plants behind the jacobite cocade...
I've also changed the form of sporran to to be like period one.


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I can still see the thumbs, it's been "Approved", but still shows as "Moderated". Perhaps due to OP being new, and this his first post. More grief from the new mechanics.
 

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Although i'm not privy to the background running of OSW, this is not a new issue - I have noticed it for years and years. Whenever a new member posts (specifically with photos) it always disappears initially. Usually it reappears after a day or two (once its Approved I suppose?) so I'd expect it to show up shortly.
 

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I am very sorry, it was some technical confusion with my original post, but now I suppose I will be able to post images correctly.
Well, It is my first experience, so don't judge me too strictly. :)

Based of my passion to Scottish military history I've tried to show a Highland clan gentleman, who could be an officer or front rank man in on of the Highland "regiments" in Prince Charles Stewart army of last Jacobite rebellion, 1745-46. He has full set of Highland weaponry.

It's very simple modification - Greystone Highlander figure as base, I've just used some parts from DiD Angus Waterloo Highlander - hoses, Brown Bess musket, black neck tie, some belts for historically correct fixing of pistol and targe, little changed form of sporran and added green plastic plants behind the cocade.

I believe now it looks much better than original figure.









 

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I am very sorry, it was some technical confusion with my original post, but now I suppose I will be able to post images correctly.
Well, It is my first experience, so don't judge too strictly.

Based of my passion to Scottish military history I've tried to show a Highland clan gentleman, who could be an officer or front rank man in on of the Highland "regiments" in Prince Charles Stewart army of last Jacobite rebellion, 1745-46. He has full set of Highland weaponry.

Very simple modification - Greystone Highlander figure as base, I've just used some parts from DiD Angus Waterloo Highlander - hoses, Brown Bess musket, black neck tie, some belts for historically correct fixing of pistol and targe, little changed form of sporran and added green plastic plants behind the cocade.

I believe now it looks much better than original figure.









 
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