Tuesday, 16 December 2014

Marie Louise's

Marching onto the table are my latest brigade of Napoleonic infantry in greatcoats

I had debated painting them as Young Guard, but decided that French line would be more flexible. Figures are from Strelets, except the officers who are Esci

Forming Ordre Mixte

Very suitable for the conscripts of 1813. Nominally they are two battalion each of the 140th and 141st Line Regiments

7 comments:

Heinz-Ulrich von Boffke said...

Very, very nice!

Best Regards,

Stokes

Andrew Canham said...

Looking good as ever.

Cheers, Andy

Conrad Kinch said...

I was wondering about those fellas some time ago, though I need more French Line like I need a hole in the head. I thought that the epaulettes would disbarr them from serving as line.

Sam Wise said...

Very impressive !
I like both log-cabins : which brand ?

Will McNally said...

Konrad, the epaulettes should have been carved off the fusilier company figures and also they should have a single cross belt.

Sam, the Russian log cabins are bypegasus

Service Ration Distribution (Hobby) said...

I'm becoming quite a fan of Strelets. You've done an excellent job on them here.

Giles said...

These are lovely, Will. Very nicely done.