Sunday, December 11, 2011

71st Highland Light Infantry - Ready for Battle

Here they are mounted on Litko 40X40mm plywood bases - for Black Powder. The colours are actually a spare from a box of Victrix. The flags are folded as much as possible to disguise the fact that they're for the 92nd.
Also completed is the Spanish Hacienda kit from Brigade Games. The veranda base is secured with a couple of brass rods. It's suggested that the model be attached to a base to protect it better; I may do this later. Here it is with the Warlord vivandiere as well as some Front Rank Spanish G's.
Next up are the new Perry British Hussars. I think they'll be 1st KGL guys.

19 comments:

  1. Beautiful figures and a beautiful building too!!

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  2. Thanks, Gents! I like the way the hacienda turned out; and I also like the OG Napoleonics - both originals and 2nd Edition. Best, Dean

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  3. I envy your speed in painting and basing ... and with such wonderful results. Congratulations.

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  4. Old Glory? They look very nice.
    The buildings are also absolutly great.

    Every post a pleasure really. =)

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  5. Great stuff. The Glasgow Boys are Coming!!!!

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  6. All of it super and speed amazing!

    Christopher

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  7. Dean its been great watching these come together!
    Both the figures and the building look fantastic!

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  8. Nice work, the flags set the unit off very well

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  9. Great figures and building Dean.

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  10. Thank you all for the kind words and interest. Happy Holidays! Dean

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  11. Nice work, Dean! I'm going to have to check out Brigade Games' range.

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  12. Wonderful work Dean. The troops look amazing and the building is just beautiful.

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  13. Great figures...I like the bit about the flag, nice one.

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  14. Very very nice Dean. Love the building.

    Cheers,

    Helen

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  15. Mate, they are fantastic! Your building-making skills are as impressive as your figure painting too. Great looking piece of scenery. Merry Christmas to you and yours Dean, and I'll look forward to another year of brilliant painting on WAB Corner.

    Cheers,
    Doc

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