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About FredG

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  1. FredG

    French Imperial Guard

    You could always rub a couple of sticks together Ratch
  2. FredG

    95th Rifles

    The scale is?
  3. FredG

    1806 Prussian Musketeers

    It's a bit like Topsy, Jim The marching group. IR22 Pirch IR46 Thile All together now Please forgive the background, this is a production area
  4. FredG

    28mm Vostroyan Firstborn Squad

    It's impressive the way you religiously stick to one period and subject Jim
  5. Oh we like a bit of nerdy
  6. FredG

    Lanoe Hawker VC

    When you see this figure and the photos of Lanoe, it's not obvious that he was only 25 when he died. Nowadays 50 year olds look younger. Impressive painting BTW
  7. FredG

    1806 Prussian Musketeers

    These 1806 Prussians, there's 4 sets of Infantry, are HaT The sets are Grenadiers (8135), Musketeers (8083), Fusiliers (8084) and Elites (8136). They're not particularly liked by many and admittedly sone have a very unusual gait (That's the figures, not the people who don't like them) but I think they look OK en masse. As far as I know there's nowhere else to get 1806 Prussians anyway
  8. This first set in 'Advance' look not too bad. The eagle eyed will spot that I intentionally didn't clean off much of the mould lines. These are obvious on the first two photos when the image is blown up but in reality it doesn't really show , at least not with my eyesight. IR10 Wedel IR4 Kalkreuth If anyone from the two rear ranks suddenly burst into "I was born under a wand'ring star " It wouldn't surprise me in the least. More of them. More figures to follow over the next month or so.
  9. FredG

    1806 Prussian Fusiliers

    I used a large variety of paints. I do use Citadel washes though.
  10. Have you been stockpiling cocktail sticks Ratch?
  11. FredG

    1806 Prussian Fusiliers

    The marching/advance set. Left - The first battalion of the Westphalian Brigade. The 18th Battalion. I just noticed that one of them appears to be a replacement from the Brigade's 2nd Battalion, I'll sort that Right The first Battalion of the Lower Silesian Brigade. The 13th Battalion The Prussian Fusiliers 1806
  12. FredG

    1806 Prussian Fusiliers

    The second half of the firing line is finished. These are from the first and second Battalions of the 2nd East Prussian Brigade. Left - 21st Battalion Right - 23rd Battalion Putting the firing line together gives , I believe, quite a good looking group. Added to the Grenadier ( finished) and Musketeer ( unstarted) firing lines it should be a mini spectacle ( I hope). I hope you enjoy them.
  13. You don't need a second guess Jim
  14. The Ovis Battalion are ready to go. Marching In Square Line (Firing?) Advance in Column Advance in Column with Skirmishers The Charge