Sunday, January 15, 2012

Black Powder French Command Stands

Ready for the game later this month, two more French command stands. The Cuirassier will command the brigade with heavy cavalry and Lefebvre-Desnouettes will be the overall commander. Although Lefebvre-Desnouettes was captured in 1808 and never returned to the Peninsular, he'll continue to command the French for Black Powder purposes.
The Guard Artillery officer and two musicians are also Front Rank figures; the remainder are from Foundry's Napoleon & Staff set. Granted the guy with the spy scope is a Marshal, but let's just say he's helping Lefebvre-Desnouettes out - making sure he doesn't get caught by the British.
The ADC has a red arm band signifying he's on the staff of a general of division, so he must be just delivering a message to the general of brigade.
Comparison shot per a TMPer's query:

8 comments:

  1. Nice work Dean. I particularly like the Mameluke with his jingling johnny.
    Good luck with the game.
    Regards HGA

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  2. Look great Dean love the way you do the bases also!

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  3. Looking good Dean, well thought out vignettes, they are going to add great interest to the table top. As usual the paint job is manifique

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  4. Terrific looking command stands, Top notch figures!!!

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  5. Thanks again, Gents. I'm happy they're done and just need to get them on the table for a game. Best, Dean

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