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  • #98385

    Swedish life regiment, I love the new Swedish cavalry, particularly the command figures.

    #98387
    grizzlymc
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    Gorgeous!

    #98411
    OB
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    Very handy Truls I’m about to paint the same unit in 15mm.  I really like the blue you have used, great job all together.

     

    OB
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    #98439
    Neil Scott
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    Lovely looking regiment

    Double six! I need a double six

    #98481
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    Lovely figures.

    Also, why does the SYW always look so classy?

     

    donald

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    It was a classy era! But these are GNW, surely?

    They do look great, Truls. Warfare, I  believe? You may have addressed this before, but do you think these slimmer figures can mix with the chunkier figs from Ebor?

    #98538

    Yes, GNW, yes warfare miniatures. 😉

    I know of people mixing Ebor Swedes and warfare Swedes in the same unit.

    I personally woiødwou mix in a single ubit but in the same army is no problems. I hava single Swedish battalion from musketeer miniatures (before it was sold to a different company) and it fits better in than I thought it would (and musketeer miniatures are just as chunky as Ebor.)

    And I have ebor Danish infantry, while my Danish cavalry is warfare.

     

    And i’m  planning on adding Warfare danes as my second battlions to those I already have so each ebor battalion with be paired with a Warfare.

     

    The new Russian/ swedish horses, are more compact so they actually fit closer to the Ebor horses than the older models.

    #98539

    Lovely figures. Also, why does the SYW always look so classy? donald

     

    Thanks, as Hafen said, these are GNW, the last war swddeb was worth it’s salts.

    #98562

    Thanks, Truls, that’s reassuring. My interest is actually in the WSS in this scale, with the goal of a couple of small armies assembled mostly from the Ebor brigade deals (great deals,BTW!) — but it’s good to know there are fill-ins available if necessary, that won’t look out of place.

    Your GNW project is really coming along! I’ve been following it with interest. Mine is in 1/72 plastics — still collecting boxes. 

    #98573

    Thanks, Truls, that’s reassuring. My interest is actually in the WSS in this scale, with the goal of a couple of small armies assembled mostly from the Ebor brigade deals (great deals,BTW!) — but it’s good to know there are fill-ins available if necessary, that won’t look out of place. Your GNW project is really coming along! I’ve been following it with interest. Mine is in 1/72 plastics — still collecting boxes.

    Thanks, I’ve just added it up and total my GNW forces are now 449, (plus a few half painted units)

    This is the biggest project I’ve done since my fist 15mm Napolonic project, that ended up with about 600 figures.

     

    I still have a little over 150 left to paint, and I’ve just ordered 12 more cavalry and 1 more battalion, meaning I have at least 185 more to paint when they arrive.

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    Lovely figures. Also, why does the SYW always look so classy? donald

    , these are GNW,.

    Ouch. Somewhere a village is missing its idiot. Apology for the gaff.

     

    donald

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    grizzlymc
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    Let’s face it. This was a time when a gentleman could be flamboyant without the world assuming his sexuality.

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