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And now, without further ado, here's some pics of Igor's handiwork, fresh off his painting table at the time:
First up are some converted Afghan Regular Army High Command, the mounted figure is a complete Foundry casting called "Afghan General/Sirdir", the 2 foot figs on the left are 2 Foundry Franco-Prussian War French commanders whose heads I removed and replaced with an Indian Mutiny rebel turban head and an Afghan Regular Infantry "beehive hat" head, while the 2 foot figs on the right are Foundry FPW Prussian commanders. I filed down the seated officer's hat and used modeling putty to turn it into a turban. I removed the standing officer's head and replaced it with that of another Indian Mutiny rebel in a turban, this time wearing only a mustache, no beard, since this figure (in the poshteen and reddish turban) is meant to look like this photo of the young Ayub Khan, commander of the Afghans at Maiwand:
Here are some very nicely painted 72nd, Duke of Albany's Own, Highlanders, using Perry Sudan British infantry in Indian service dress. Igor -- who doesn't love elaborate uniform detail -- out-sourced them and their tartan trews to a wargamer & painter friend named Bernard, who IMHO did an absolutely STUPENDOUS JOB...