Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Giant Commission -- Hungarian Infantry

The paint has just dried on these 90 Hungarian infantrymen.  These guys were a little tougher than their German brothers, mostly because of the Hungarian braid on their trousers.















This completes the white-coated infantry.  Tomorrow I start in on the Grenzer and Jager.

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    1. Thanks, Christopher! I've been digging your 15mm ACW stuff. Lovely brushwork!

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  2. So great! The details are mind-blowing!
    The braid on the trousers, the flag poles, the unique regimental colors on the cuffs and collars make these so accurate and wonderful to look at.

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    1. Thanks, Glenn! I hope they look spiffy on your table.

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  3. White coats; blue trousers; one of my favorite uniforms! Excellent work, Scott!

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  4. Great looking Hungarian Infantry, well done sir!

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    1. Thanks, Phil! Now the Grenz are coming along.

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  5. Lovely Hungarians, Scott. Blue trousers and white coats are the coolest.

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    1. They do look nice, don't they? I am anxious to try out some 1805 Hungarians in the classical helmet.

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  6. Grenzers also have the striped pants with knots. They're more work as well, but both look sharper on the table because of it.

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    1. Just finished them, and they look pretty sharp!

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