Finally some Peninsular Battalions Finished.

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Finally some Peninsular Battalions Finished.

Postby Gustav » Wed Jun 10, 2015 1:43 pm

As suggested by Capt. Darling here are some figs of mine.
After some considerable time on my painting table here are some shots of some finished battalions of mine.

First up my Portuguese - 3rd Olivenza Regiment
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Ready for action they move forward by the old Windmill
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Followed closely by their comrades the 15th Line - Olivenza
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Meanwhile - Old Trousers has not been idle....
1/4th Legere move in column up the hill.
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and deploy into line to assault the brave Portuguese.
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3rd Olivenza and 4th Legere painted by myself and 15th Olivenza by Ray of Vorhut Painting. All basing my own work.

Any comments welcome.

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Re: Finally some Peninsular Battalions Finished.

Postby Captain Darling » Wed Jun 10, 2015 3:16 pm

Well some excellent looking figures there.

I especially like the detailing on 3rd Olivenza and 4th Legere regiments.

Some nice terrain/scenery in the background of the pictures as well.

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Re: Finally some Peninsular Battalions Finished.

Postby Dropbear » Wed Jun 10, 2015 3:25 pm

Very nice, and great to see some 'Pork and Cheese'; it is always good to see the 'minor nations' getting a look in.

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Re: Finally some Peninsular Battalions Finished.

Postby Admin Fella » Thu Jun 11, 2015 10:26 pm

Nicely done mate. :)

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Re: Finally some Peninsular Battalions Finished.

Postby fanai » Sun Jun 14, 2015 5:11 pm

Lovely work Mark
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Re: Finally some Peninsular Battalions Finished.

Postby Gustav » Tue Jun 16, 2015 4:32 pm

Thanks for the kind words gents.
Much appreciated - have been working on them quite awhile.
To my shame I just checked and found I ordered the Portuguese on 29/8/2013 !


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