|Just the British and Portuguese here|
I figured if I'm ever going to get a good-sized Napoleonics game in this decade, I might as well pay Phil to paint them for me.
Phil delivered in a big way! Not only did he pick the units I wanted, but he batched them in 24 to 30 figure "units" or "squadrons" exactly per my basing regimen and to a very high standard.
Included were bags of Old Glory and Warrior miniature Bavarians and Spaniards, Brits, Portuguese and French. Generals, Artillery, Cavalry, and of course the Infantry.
|Wrede and his Bavarian Generals|
|Sample of my Bavarians. There is enough for 4 full Infantry units. That tops my Bavarian collecting off. I'm done now!|
|The full Bavarian force. 3 Cavalry units, 4 infantry units, generals and 9 gun sections with crew.|
|A French General|
|Full French Force. 3 infantry units, 2 Cavalry Units, 3 guns, and lots of Generals|
And onto the Brits, Portuguese, and Spaniards. Phil did a terrific job painting up my Anglo-Allied forces for the Peninsula. I can honestly say I dont have a need to buy any more Peninsula or 100 Days' troops. My Portuguese and British Royal Artillery will probably pull double-duty standing in for one another but you might not be able to tell.
|3 Full British units (24th Foot, 33rd Foot, and of course the Foot Guards!) 2 Cavalry Units, lots of Generals, the 60th and 95th Rifles, along with a host of Portuguese Infantry and Cacadores.|
|British Generals with Wellington at the top|
|Rifle Lights - Lots of em!|
|Last but not least the Spaniards. There's always a use for them.|
That's it! Cannot wait to base them and get them on the table. Unfortunately no gaming this holiday weekend as the calendar is solidly booked. Have a great week everyone!