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  • #88358
    Jemima Fawr
    Jemima Fawr
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    It was a lovely day for photography today, so I’ve been catching up with the units painted during the winter.  All these are AB Figures 15mm sculpted by Tony Barton, except for the Baden Gunners, which are old Battle Honours (also sculpted by Tony Barton before he started AB) and the Murat and Bessieres figures, which are by the talented new Estonian sculptor Sho Boki:

    Austrian Cavalry Guns:

    Austrian Chevauxleger Regiment #5 ‘Klenau’:

    Austrian Grenadier Battalion ‘Brzeczinzky’, 1809:

    Austrian Grenadier Battalion ‘Frisch’, 1809:

    Austrian Infantry Regiment #7 ‘Schroeder’

    Vienna Freiwilligen:

    Baden Foot Artillery:

    Baden General:

    French 4th Cuirassiers:

    French 7th Chasseurs a Cheval

    French 9th Light Infantry Regiment:

    French 10th Light Infantry Regiment:

    French Marshal Bessieres (actually a Sho Boki Murat figure with a repaint):

    French General Grouchy during his pre-Marshalate days, as a cavalry corps commander:

    French Marshal Murat circa 1807 (Eylau):

    French Marshal Murat circa 1812 (Borodino):

    French Marshal Murat circa 1813 (Leipzig):

    Hessen-Darmstadt General:

    French General Nansouty circa 1813, as a cavalry corps commander:

    French Fusiliers-Grenadiers of the Middle Guard:

    French Sailors of the Guard:

    French Tirailleur-Grenadiers of the Young Guard, circa 1809:

    French Tirailleurs of the Young Guard, circa 1810-1813:

    French Voltigeurs of the Young Guard, circa 1810-1813:

    French Voltigeurs of the Young Guard, circa 1810-1813:

    Duchy of Warsaw Foot Artillery:

    Duchy of Warsaw Horse Artillery:

    Prussian 1st Gardes zu Fuss.  These are actually made from Russian grenadiers circa 1805-07.  The bricole-spotters will be able to spot the inaccuracies, but I think they look jolly spiffing!  You can’t beat nicely-trimmed busch…:

    Prussian 1st Gardes zu Fuss:

    Prussian 2nd Gardes zu Fuss, 1813 (prior to 1813 this uniform was worn by the ‘Normal-Infanterie-Bataillon):

    Prussian 2nd Gardes zu Fuss, 1813 (prior to 1813 this uniform was worn by the ‘Normal-Infanterie-Bataillon):

    Prussian 5th (Brandenburg) Dragoons:

    Westphalian Guard Horse Artillery:

    My wargames blog: http://www.jemimafawr.co.uk/

    #88375
    vtsaogames
    vtsaogames
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    Wow!

    #88640
    Jemima Fawr
    Jemima Fawr
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    Cheers mate! 🙂

    I’ve just created my own blog, so there will be more appearing there soon: http://www.jemimafawr.co.uk

    My wargames blog: http://www.jemimafawr.co.uk/

    #88719
    Autodidact-O-Saurus
    Autodidact-O-Saurus
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    Lovely! Lovely! And those are 15s!? I humbly bow my head to you, Sir.

    Self taught, persistently behind the times, never up to date. AKA ~ jeff
    More verbosity: http://petiteguerre.blogspot.com/

    #88723
    Jemima Fawr
    Jemima Fawr
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    Cheers mate!  Yes, I still call them ’15mm’, but to the kewl kidz they’re ’18mm’.

    My wargames blog: http://www.jemimafawr.co.uk/

    #88779
    Bandit
    Bandit
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    Very well done and also very well photographed.

    Cheers,

    The Bandit

    #88782
    Jemima Fawr
    Jemima Fawr
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    Cheers Bandit!  I used to use a ‘proper’ camera, but now I just use my phone.

    My wargames blog: http://www.jemimafawr.co.uk/

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