Monday, January 13, 2014

From KentG: 28mm Napoleonic Old Guard Chasseurs, Light Infantry & SYW Artillery and Commanders (333 points)


The struggle for the top points positions continues. Not wanting to be out of the mix Kent sends in this great entry of Napoleonics and Seven Years War figures.

From Kent:
This next submission is a mix.  First up we have 24 28mm Old guard chasseurs in campaign dress, they are Front Rank real nice figure to paint - real clean lines.


Then we have 18 28mm light infantry, well actually they are a complete mix of bits and pieces all front rank bar one, after two and a half years of painting this commission it's all that was left so here they are.  

Next we have 6 28mm British command figures for SYW the are Foundry I think once again trying to finish up a long standing commission job. 

I have to say I don't like the faces on these lads looks like they've been hit by a truck.
Last but not least 2 guns and crew once again British SYW 28mm Foundry, this almost brings me to the end of my first batch of undercoated figures.

Today I started basing the next batch which will include Russian naps, modern Americans and insurgents, Dark Age Saxons and Scots and who knows what else.
Beautiful work once again Kent. Naps will always have a soft spot in my heart, but I'm also a sucker for a well-formed tricorn and those SYW guns and crews are absolutely marvellous - bravo!

These horse & musket (and cannon) lads will give Kent an impressive 333 points, allowing him to narrowly slip past Andrew and into the lead. It also places him within 91 points of his Challenge points target. Well done Kent!

11 comments:

  1. As always from Kent, some really nice cleanly painted figures. You can see the determination as these Grognards advance. Looking forwards to your Dark Age Saxons.

    Pip pip

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  2. As always from Kent, some really nice cleanly painted figures. You can see the determination as these Grognards advance. Looking forwards to your Dark Age Saxons.

    Pip pip

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  3. Great work Kent. Front Rank are some of favourite figures.

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  4. Well done! Looking forward to your saxons.

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  5. I love Front Rank stuff and you've done a great job with them. They're beautiful.

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  6. Not a Napoleonic's fan, but these do look splendid. Seeing more like this could well change my view.

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  7. Very nice indeed, two satisfied customers!!

    Ian

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  8. Another top class entry, bravo Sir.

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