Sunday, 6 September 2009

Woo-hoo! Finished figures!

The elite companies of the 28eme legere, under the command of their brigadier,  Général Victor-Eugène BOUILLON-CANTINAT,  as they prepare to assault a manor house.   (Said to contain a large cache of the most excellent pinot-noir- the good general has a keen interest in all matters of logistical importance.)

Merde!  Not a single cask to be found.  The Prussians must have gotten there before us!  We'll go and hunt down some pesky Freikorps instead.

Half of a battalion is finished (indeed a full battalion should I wish to play a game of Shako)- the centre companies are soon to follow, along with a section of artillery- and hopefully a bit of a surprise! 

The third week of September is a long vacation here, and not only can I paint 'til I drop, but I'm also scheduled for an actual wargame!  We'll be playing DBR, but it will be a good chance to promote/ hype/ cajole interest in a game of DBN.



3 comments:

JAM said...

Very nice indeed, look forward to seeing the rest of the battalion.

John

Peter said...

Nice work Robert. Your Russians will appreciate having something to focus on.

And an interesting looking manor house in which to house the wine.

Salute
von Peter himself
http://web.mac.com/nataliendpeter

Iannick said...

Nice, as usual. Love the basing, keep up the good work!