“They said pret-a-porter will kill your name, and it saved me...”
I've finished up three units for one of my Kickstarter backers: a Prince. His highness was kind enough to let me test the mettle of his troops in the Kublacon Campaign of 2013, and before they get shipped out, I took some shots to catalogue them. The uniform colors for the infantry are based off of an 1808 French design, and the cavalry are inspired by the Berg line cavalry regiment.
I've started some officers and a battery of guns to match the theme, but they are not yet camera ready.
|Grenadiers stand proud|
|Line troops. Note the drummer|
|Inspired by the white uniforms and thinking what would Austria do|
I converged these units into one very large unit during the battle.
|Jaunty!I am really quite happy as to how these lads came out.|
Variations on an Officer
|Same model, wide variety|
|Lest we forget these are "flattish"|
Battle Report: Siege in the Hallway
|Captain G. surveys the effectiveness of the defenses|
|Captain Fossling aims|
Each commander was to have a pile of blocks, a battery of 2 guns, a standard unit, some officers, and 2 minutes on an egg timer to set up a defensive position. The pictures are a bit blurry, as, well ... you try to get 6 year old boys bent on destruction to hold still.