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Thank you for the tips John! I’ll have to give them all a look.
Thanks for the tip, Dutch and Belgian Carabineers on their way. Trip Van Zoutelande's Brigade will finally be realised. Of course I would have preferred to remain loyal to Strelets :innocent:
Now, about those Prussian Artillery Train ......
I finished painting a STRELETS set a few weeks ago and created some pictures for the contribution page. I sent these pictures to STRELETS, like the years before... But they never replied and didn't publish the pictures either. So I think they have more important things to do these days (including protecting their lives and defending their country). That's why I tried to show a few new projects in the forum through my photo posts.
I'm in the process of painting some cavalrymen from the American Civil War. I need them to create another scene.
I also have to finish painting some Napoleonic cavalrymen.
But yesterday we had 39.5 degrees here.....so i don't feel like painting figures.. :sweat_smile: :sweat:
Basing up my Napoleonic Wurttemberg Division....just a few command bases to finish off.
Currently painting some WWII French, some HYW to be able to field a couple of retinues for Lion Rampant - sadly none of these Strelets. Have an ongoing project of painting medieval civilians many of which are Strelets which I do as and when.
I’ve just temporarily stepped out of 1/72 scale to tackle Perry miniatures allied cavalry.
Unhappily my rubbish painting skills are even more visible on the larger figures but I’m quiet and content and out of the blazing heat.☀️😎