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Been a while

First let me apologize for the long hiatus from posting.  To be honest, I have enrolled in a graduate program and time, not to paint, but to photograph painted miniatures half decently, is at a real premium.  I also don’t have a real photo setup, so often find the pictures lacking.  Even so I wanted to get these up in the hope of getting some other people excited about finishing their Lasalle armies.

Anyway, here is a core French force with with additional 2 attacking units (1 Vet. & 1 Conscript) as well as the additional commander attacking offers.  The attacking units still need to get based, the paint is probably still drying as I type.  The SK bases and officers need a bit of paint as well.  Work was nice enough to call a snow day tomorrow and I hope to have the figures painted tomorrow.

Veteran Infantry

Conscript Infantry

Artillery, Officers (WIP), and SK Stands (WIP)

Dragoons

Casualty Figures

I saw on TMP that the Perry Bros are releasing Hussars and Dragoons.  Here is the plan for beefing out this army: a reserve battalion of plastic dragoons and a reserve battalion that consists of 1 large unit of Vistula Lancers (horses are already painted and lancers are primed!) and 1 Large Unit of plastic Hussars.  I know that this isn’t in the Lasalle rulebook, but I’ll work on mocking up a high quality pdf.  Think of the Flames of War online websites, except mine won’t be legal for anything….

And a teaser.  I finished the first rank of a Spanish core.  These guys are defenders, through and through, so I am not even planning on painting the attacking portion.  These guys were painted in 4 days, so don’t look too close. 🙂

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  1. tc
    August 14, 2010 at 3:04 PM

    How do those casualty hexes work and what rules are you using? reply via lookingSPAM@imagineimage.org remove spam

    • drferling
      August 14, 2010 at 4:51 PM

      They are for Lasalle, but would work for General de Brigade as well. Basically as a unit takes a casualty the hex is “ticked” higher and as the unit recovers the hex is ticked lower. I prefer this to a roster or the dreaded casualty caps!

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