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it´s Friday again and we wait for New Pictures from Strelets please !!!!
Hello dear fellowship,
My bet is Napoleonic today.
Something with sand between the toes please.
(Surely! Yes, of course, a Napoleonic 'Marines and seamen' beach landing party perhaps....complete with a beached long-boat equipped with a swivel gun and bare-footed sailors....)
That has been a long-term dream for me. Anything 'Horatio Hornblower' (The TV series with Ioan Gruffudd as Hornblower is a great source of uniforms)
What about Colonial and WW1 Naval personnel
USA Naval shore-teams 1920 ('The Wind and the Lion) Lots of deserty things in that film too.
and a few camels.
Sand.....ah yes some properly skirmishing 95th Rifles for the Sandpit just over from La Haye Sainte would be wonderful!!! 😁😂
Nice week-end, gentlemen!
These French dragoons look superb! The horse holder with the standing horses is a work of art.
These will be an excellent addition to the War of Spanish Succession series.
Have a good weekend.:grinning:
More fine figures. Well done!
While unquestionably pleasing to the eye of the WSS fans.....not the least bit deserty:palm_tree:
They really look the part, with that officer from the other day, I am looking forwards to these a lot!
Those look really great. I finally got my boxes of the first British and French cavalry sets, and they look every bit as good here on the table as they do in your master photos. I intend to purchase all of the other sets in this series that you produce. Congrats on the review of your first French cavalry set on PSR. It is well deserved. I do have to wonder if you will be expanding the cavalry sets on the British side...or other nationalities. I know that Red Box will be producing 18th c. British cavalry sets in the near future, but getting figures from the same artists is always preferable?
Superb looking figures, need immediately !!!! as well as all the previous WSS figures mentioned on this forum, in particular the artillery ones
stay safe out there
cheers Old John
They look wonderful, just got my Histoire & Collections book on the French Dragoons out and I really need to have these...