Friday, March 02, 2007

11th December - the WSS army review..

As promised, I have now got the photo's from the first full review of the British and French armies, so without further ado let's proceed! All of the following (with the exception of the French Navarre regiment) have been painted in the period since Salute in April '06..

This is the French army (and at the moment it's purely French - Bavarian allies are next on the painting schedule) - you can click on any of the pictures to get a bigger version:

Running up the line and into the distance - first off the French cavalry (Orleans behind - all Dixon Miniatures), then the infantry (Bourbonnais & Navarre in the second row, Bearn in front)and beyond them the latest infantry regiment to join the ranks, that of Toulouse..(Minifigs & Dixon Miniatures - all flags by Warflag)

..another view, but this time from a different perspective, which gives a better view of the far end of the line in the previous picture...

..Now for the 'Allied' army (there is a Dutch regiment of foot present!); same view as for the first French picture, and as before, you can click on the image for a bigger view.

Running up the line and into the distance - first off one of the English cavalry regiments (Lumley's - Dixon), Ingoldsby's regiment of foot behind (Essex), then Orkney's (Dixon), and the other side of Ingoldsby's is the Dutch foot regiment "Beinheim" (Minifigs) and the Foot Guards (Minifigs) beyond them. In the far distance is the other English cavalry regiment, Schomberg's (Dixon). This picture also gives a nice view of the officer figures; the rules I use require figures for Brigade and Army commanders.....another view, slightly different perspective, which gives a better view of the far end of the line from the previous picture...

..nice view of Ingoldsby's and Orkney's.....

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