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    Ok, so I cheated a little, first, it’s 10mm, so doesn’t really count, second, it’s only 1 regiment strong.
    And not even a big regiment, just two battalions. The 108th fought as it’s own small brigade in the 1805-1807 period, in Friant’s 2nd division is Davout’s 3rd corps. At Austerlitz, the whole brigade was a giant 800 men! At that battle, it had support from two small legere companies. Totalling 70 men.
    I’ll give them an extra skirmish base. To add to their 2 skirmish bases, once I get some skirmish figures.

    The brigadier is Étienne Heudelet de Bierre at Austerlitz and Louis Joseph Grandeau at Auerstedt and Eylau.

    #138483
    Geof Downton
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    it’s 10mm, so doesn’t really count

    10mm painted to that standard? Yeah… they count!

     

    …and the field is fantastic too.

    One who puts on his armour should not boast like one who takes it off.
    Ahab, King of Israel; 1 Kings 20:11

    #138485
    Autodidact-O-Saurus
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    It ALL counts! Any completed unit is a small victory. They look great.

    Self taught, persistently behind the times, never up to date. AKA ~ jeff
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    #138494
    Mr. Average
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    Why doesn’t 10mm count?  Even 6mm counts.  Even 3mm counts!  You’ve done lovely work here – superb painting, excellent basing!

    #138495

    Why doesn’t 10mm count? Even 6mm counts. Even 3mm counts! You’ve done lovely work here – superb painting, excellent basing!

     

    Because I usually do 28mm.

    I did this brigade/regiment in 4 days of painting (and less than 3 hours per day)

    While in 28mm it would take me at minimum 9 days and 6 to 8 hours per day to get the same number of figures painted.

    So it feels like cheating.

    #138499
    Mr. Average
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    Embrace the smaller scales.  They call to you.

    #138567
    Roundie
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    Nice work there.

    What size basing did you use please 20mm/20mm? I’ve just dipped my toes into 10mm (embracing the smaller scales as Mr Average puts it) and are currently considering base sizes while I await my figures.

    cheers

    #138609

    These are 20x25mm. As I like some room in the front to make the bases look good. They are 3mm thick.

    I think I’ll try 20mm thick bases next as 3 was a little to much.

    #138610
    Roundie
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    cheers for the info

     

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