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  1. FredG

    More Grenzers

    Here we go again oo-oo-ooh! Newline's latest offering of Grenzers. Now all filed and primed. And drilled Onwards ny children!
  2. My little group of Cuirassiers is finished. They're in facings of red, blue, green and black so cover every regiment in the Austro-Hungarian cavalry. Regimental differences would just be in button colour and in the one case a darker shade of blue. Not the best figures I've had to work with which is probably due to them being an early production for Hat. There are 32 due to one sprue being KGL Lt Dragoons and a couple of malformed horses didn't help in another box. The Zvezda replacements I used fit in pretty well though. Enough prattling. CHAAAAARGE!!!!!!!!
  3. I've finally exhausted my Newline Designs Austrians so it's the turn of Hat to supply the Cuirassiers. ( I had the boxes in the stash already) This group will represent three regiments so then I will have all the facing colours of the Austrian regiments, the buttons then being the only distinctions. I already have a set in progress with red facings. It may take a little longer to complete these with the higher number. Two of the horses were deformed on the sprue so I've added a couple of Italeri ones. The fore and rear legs of the rest had those straight bits of thick flash between them so I've recarved the lot. Primed and ready to go. I've not taken the Cuirassiers off the sprues yet, I'm saving that as a treat as I'll be impaling twenty-four of them at one go. Oh joy!
  4. Here's my little band of Hungarian Hussars ot the 5th Regiment Ott (later Radetzky) Some of the horses are still a little dusty from flocking so please bear with me. And next up on the table will be.............?
  5. The intermission is over. I'm back from the frozen north to the frozen midlands and my paint brushes. A nice little band of Austrian Hussars to have fun with. Once again as with the vast majority of my Austro-Hungarians they're Newline Designs 20mm. The trickiest operation of these is this.... It looks much better drilled out.
  6. A few more skirmishers to add to my Austrians. You'll notice I've been making tufts again with my static grass applicator Pingauer Schützen Salzburg City Schützen Upper Austria Schützen Batallion des voluntaires de Mahrish Legion de l'archduc Charles Grenz There will now be a short intermission.
  7. I've started these Schützen and Grenzer. It's not a Grimm's fairy tale, they're Austrian Infantry. I've already filed, drilled and primed them so we're ready to roll I'm doing small skirmishing groups from four regiments. And the horn works
  8. Here are my little Austrian dragoons painted as the 5th Regiment. With the light uniforms the light needed for the photographs has bleached them out a little. There's actually no white paint on show. The grass tufts I made myself. I bought a static grass applicator and the tufts cost practically nothing so I can add as many as I like Onwards!!!!!
  9. I think I'll just have time to get these done while I'm waiting for the extra Austrian Landwehr figures. MrsG has chosen the regiment so it's a goer. I've cleaned them off and levelled the bases so the next operation is impalement
  10. Another project off the 10 year plan Please pardon the number of photos but there are troops from three locations . Krain Styria Lower Austria I hope you enjoy them.
  11. I had a little time left after the Siege mortars and these little chappies were shouting at me from the top of my printer so............... They're primed and ready to go.
  12. It's been many years in the planning so I threw the plans away and made this. Now, what's next on the table
  13. I suppose this counts in here too.
  14. Somewhere in deepest Iberia some hard stuff is about to drop on someone.
  15. The little fellows are, I believe, finished. They're now chasing after d'Erlon's Corps.
  16. The 3rd Uhlan regiment named after Erzherzog Carl Ludwig Johann Joseph Laurentius von Österreich, Herzog von Teschen (5 September 1771 – 30 April 1847) A delight to paint these little fellows.
  17. The latest to hit the table, Austrian horse artillery. As you can see, I'll impale anything
  18. I was reminded that I had these waiting for me to decide what to do with them. They're not based as I have a few more to add in the near(?) future. They're quite colourful little chaps.
  19. FredG

    Austrian Uhlans

    I've had the mini-files and the drills out so next up, a squadron of Austrian Uhlans from Newline designs. These little chappies look pretty good with the primer on. The excellent detail in the casting promises a fun time painting. I'll decide on the regiment later as the only uniform difference of the three ( prior to 1814) Austrian regiments was the colour of the Czapka
  20. A British Siege Artillery position somewhere in the Peninsular. + =
  21. I've now completed the figures carrying the regimental flags. The plastic on these is not exactly conducive to a obtaining a decent finish when carving lumps off but they'll do, they add a bit of colour to the set These are Officers and NCOs that I'd consigned to the spares box so I wasn't losing any of the figures already allocated to roles. The easiest conversion is to just exchange the flag standards for the halberds that the set NCOs are carrying but I didn't want to lose the halberds. Regiments, left to right; Prinz Xavier / Prinz Frederick August / von Niesemeuschel / von Sanger Regiments, left to right; Prinz Maximillian / Prinz Anton / von Thümmel / von Low That Grenadier Officer definitely looks like Lee Marvin, especially with the grey hair and 'tache.
  22. I've tidied him up a bit and added some metal to the horse harness so I suppose he's done. You know when people put coins in the shot to show scale and you've absolutely no idea the size of the coin they've used? Two can play at that game.
  23. I was preparing to start painting today and this po-faced individual rode up and demanded to be brought forward in the queue. Not wanting to disappoint an Officer I immediately stuck a 0.9mm drill bit up his rear and sat him on a cocktail stick. He arrived as a Regimental Colonel so I've promoted him to a General Staff Officer, that'll teach him The state of play so far is He's actually wearing red trousers, just that his coat isn't turned back. BTW that isn't blood on the cocktail stick, it's off his red trousers
  24. The completed 6ème Regiment de Chevau-Légers Lanciers (FRench 6th Line Lancers) The little fellows don't look too bad.
  25. Grenadiers of two regiments von Thümmel von Low