I am still working on fielding all the troops needed for any of the General de Brigade Peninsular War scenarios. I have pretty well settled on Blue Moon for my Napoleonic armies, since the range is affordable and attractive. All the British cavalry I will need are two regiments of light dragoons and one of hussars.
Here are the 1st KGL Hussars. They fought very well, and of course their uniform was colorful! I opted to paint these in their white gloves.
Blue Moon provides three different rider and six different horse poses. By bending arms, I was able to introduce even more variety.
I had a Dullcote mishap with these. I will probably break out the airbrush and spray them with an acrylic matt clear, then try the Dullcote again once the humidity drops,
I was very pleased with these figures. They should look great on the tabletop!
Glorious Hussars, Scott!ReplyDelete
Thank you! I hope they fight well.Delete
I liked the sculpts. Blue Moon is making some good looking stuff.Delete
Good lord! You must be one of the best painters on the internets!!!! :)ReplyDelete
No, no. There are a lot of guys who leave me in the dust. But I do enjoy putting a little extra work into the figures to make them pop.Delete
Great work on those, very motivational.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Dan! They are motivating me to paint more.Delete
Well done sir, great painting!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Phil!Delete