Monday, 15 January 2018

1806 Prussians, and some French

A few hasty photos of the latest candidates for the basing department. 1806 Prussians. Why not? A four-gun battery of 12pdrs, 36 cuirassiers (8th and 12th regiments) and 36 dragoons of the 5th regiment. These were all painted by my mate Barry and they are wonderful. I like my figures to have a gloss/satin shine (like they were when I were a lad), hence the shine. The figures are Elite; marmite to many but I love them, and the flags are from Adolfo Ramos, who supplies them ready made up for crazily cheap prices. 





This next couple of shots are not in the basing queue but they were temporarily residing in that part of the 'studio'. This is the French 23rd Cavalry of the early/mid French Revolutionary Wars era, painted for me by Mark Allen. Lush or what? Figures are Eureka.



5 comments:

  1. That’s a lot of nice new cavalry........ready to charge onto the table ๐Ÿ™‚

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  2. Theses are brilliant Colin and you know I have a soft spot for the early period especially the Elite Miniatures figures. Lovely!

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  3. All very nice and very desirable.

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  4. Hello Colin, nice additions for the start of the year, they look very nice ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป

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  5. Not figures to my taste Colin as you know, but nice work never the less.

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