Pulp Painting: Cairo Crowd

Pulp Cairo Crowd Painted It’s taken a couple of months, but I’ve finally got around to painting some of my West Wind Pulp Cairo crowd. These are the first three gentlemen, a water carrier, a rather ugly fellow and a lame old man. Of the three I think the old man with the green turban painted up the best.

It turns out to be a little harder to paint civilians than I thought because you have to make some more interesting colour choices than say with Zombies or German soldiers. Even so I find myself falling back to the typical earthy tones I enjoy painting.

Ah well, all these figures are just innocent bystanders, so their paint jobs don’t have to be that outstanding! I have another seven civilian figures to paint, but doubt I’ll get through all of them before we start playing Pulp .45 Adventure again.

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