Friday, 29 July 2016

Saxon Artillery and first two brigades of Swedes

Hi

Thought I would get a cheeky post in before disappearing on holiday for 3 weeks.

The basing department has finished some Saxon artillery before disappearing off around Europe. A medium gun and a light gun. Figures and medium gun are Ebor, light gun is from Dixon Miniatures.

Saxon guns were painted black with yellow metal work.










 
 I had two figures left over so added an infantry officer painted a suitable colour. I particularly like the idea of the officer and gunner shouting at each other over the barrel.


 Then we have the first two brigades, each brigade has three battalions, a gun and is led by its own General.










 
 
So that's it from me for three weeks. See you soon!

19 comments:

  1. Gorgeous work! I love the details in the basing.

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    1. Thank you fireymonkeyboy I will pass your compliments to the basing department.

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  2. Great work, love the officer and gunner shouting!

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  3. Great work, love the officer and gunner shouting!

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    1. Thanks Abe, I thought it added a nice touch.

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  4. I'll catch up to you one day!

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  5. Thanks guys, off to South Africa for 2 weeks, catch up with you when I get back. Truls that's 2 weeks to catch up! Don't forget though you units have more figures than mine so we are still about even in figures painted.

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  6. Excellent stuff as usual Roh.

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  7. Very nice Roger, I see you've been putting your Warfare purchases to very good use! Thanks for that :)

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    1. Thanks Barry, I have 6 of Swedish Guard Cavalry from your first test model waiting for their comrades to be released so I can put another two units over the line. Look forward to seeing them.

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  8. Nice work Rog army coming along nicely, enjoy SA

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    1. Cheers Ken almost ready for a small game, very small.

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  9. A fantastic job, love the artillery!

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