Friday, August 5, 2011

28mm Napoleonic French Vivandiere and Orderlies

Its been a few weeks since my last post, but summer is upon us and we're taking full advantage of the great weather. Nonetheless, I've managed to finish another rear area stand to add a bit of colour to my Napoleonic French army. This one's a bit more whimsical, depicting a Vivandiere bringing a tumbler of wine and some bread to a gallant orderly and his companion (In my mind's eye I think she's a bit sweet on him). 

I've always really admired the sculpts and animation of each of these figures and so I've been saving them until I thought of a suitable composition. 

The French orderlies are from the Perry Waterloo range while the Vivandiere and her trusty donkey is from Warlord Games.

Like my other 'rear area' stands these will either tuck-in behind the artillery caissons to add a bit of depth to the formation, or be loitering in nearby villages.


  1. Great to see you back!! They're very nice figures, I like the chap climbing from his horse, you don't see that type of figure very often. Very well painted!!

  2. Really nice work Curt. Beautiful painting.

  3. you've just got to love your work great job
    cheers kent

  4. Thanks so much guys for all your kind words - its great encouragement!



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