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I am ready for a charge Better watch out for those amazing bayonets though.:laughing:
Napoleonics, you ripper!
Even though they are yet more Scots, they are so beautifully sculpted that they'll get added to the collection.
p.s. We won't let you get away with another blank Monday though... haha!
Well, I would assume these are Napoleonic Highlanders, probably, indeed, intended for a square.
The illustration below I assume is the box art for WoSS Set 253 French Dragoons in Attack.
If that means the latter are on their way, that is very good news. It's great artwork.
More men in dresses!😇🏴
Not the least deserty, not looking.
Ah Alan, I already had a "deserty" item today!
The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Spitfire MK356 in its current 92sqn North Africa colours flew over earlier!!
Wow ! we had the Red arrows a few weeks back go over and a few years ago a DC-3 Dakota in D-Day stripes flew over very low , part of the 101st Airborne flew from the airfield at the end of the village for D-DAY and Market garden. The fly over was tagged on with Yeovilton air day.
I will add these to the Highlanders in square I already have. By the time you're through my Highlanders will be 1:1.
I do like the highlanders but i find them very hard to paint it takes me months to finish a box & I still have the last two highlanders sets from strelets to start as well I am going to busy:grimacing:
Or Byzanty. Already looked but won't look again.
Dear Steve H,
Shall we aggravate the situation?:sunglasses:
O my more heads to cut of and replace with a bonnet head, i do hate those forage caps.
Thanks for the pic's Mr strelets bring them Jocks on I am ready for them now.:grimacing:
Yes I too want to see an end to this business of forage caps. If the sculptor wants to do some, make them as spare heads on a sprue.