Monday, 5 August 2013

Some 28mm Napoleonics

Hoi,

As a rule I do not paint 28mm figures in order to create historical armies, yet a fair amount of figures of said scale finds it's way to my paintdesk.
The two pictured below are special edition figures obtained by buying the Waterloo and Peninsula source-books for Black Powder direct from Warlord Games.










The ensign is supposed to depict a Foot Guards officer, I didn't paint him like that as you can see. To me the yellow faced Redcoat is the quintessential British soldier for the Napoleonic Wars. As he's wearing a stovepipe I've done him up in campaigndress complete wit repair patches to his trousers and jacket.

Cheers Sander

Listening to: "Random Access Memories" by Daft Punk

4 comments:

DeanM said...

Very nice looking campaigners. Best, Dean

Ray Rousell said...

two excellent painted figures, well done that man!

peter said...

Excellent painted figures Sander!

Greetings
Peter

Francis Lee said...

Those are bloody well done Sander!