As a break from all those 1812 Americans, I pulled out my dwindling supply of 3D printed Soviet female soldiers and painted up another three of them. I bought a group deal from the manufacturer and basically got one of each figures - he kindly included two or three double ups, where I assume the first print was not 100% - so you can see, they are quite an eclectic mix of poses! Today I have a marching figure (there is another almost exactly the same but minus the rifle; a riflewoman in a slightly odd pose, caught spinning around to face a surprise threat perhaps?....; and a female Cossack armed with an LMG (again, there is a very similar pose, but of a tank crew woman!)
I photographed these outside early in the morning (about 0730) using the x 2 method and they look pretty good to me - I had to delete the originals and redo them as there were small dots of basing material on two of the three figures, invisible to the naked eye (well my naked eyes, anyway!) but glaringly obvious in the photos!
Next on the painting desk are the last seven TAG Border Reivers, which are lovely figures and should paint up very nicely.