I painted up a full army of these a while back and the client had a few additions. Here they are. Everything is hand painted, including the tank markings.
In other news, I have come to the end of about 4 months of commissions and I am ready for a break! I’ve got some Napoleonic figures on order from Maelstrom and will most likely place orders with Front Rank and Perry in the next few days. I can see the light at the end of my 28mm project (Phase I). Essentially I will be able to field two Lasalle armies with two support choices each. My buddy Chris and I prefer to play at the two support level for the same reason we like FOW at 2000pts. You get to take all the toys!
P.S. 60 Brunswick infantry should be making an appearance soon. They are painted, but you don’t need to see the pictures of them on Popsicle sticks. Hopefully I can convince the new owner to snap some pics once they are based.
Client wanted to seal / base these. I enjoyed painting these quite a bit. I’m torn now on whether to paint two large units of Heavy Dragoons or three small units of Light Dragoons and a unit of KGL Hussars as a support choice for my Lasalle Brits. I’m not sure who I’m kidding….I’ll probably end up giving both a go.
The plan this summer is to get a photo setup going. It just isn’t feasible in an apartment, but summer in the house means I’ll have a bit of space.
On a completely different note I really want to mention the AMAZING service I have gotten from Maelstrom Games. These guys are based in the U.K., offer free world wide shipping, and have some amazing prices. They also offer a cash back deal which is a nice touch…the 5GBP cash back freebie a few months back was beyond sweet.
School and commissions have been keeping me really busy. I’ve painted 24 French Dragoons, a FOW Soviet Army, a FOW Finnish Army (pics soon hopefully), and 24 British Heavy Dragoons. Here is a shot of the British Dragoons. The client wants to do the basing,