Sunday, 31 March 2013

French line horse artillery (2)

Here are the two Perry French Napoleonic horse artillery packs which, together with the Foundry pack I painted last October gives me one complete battery.  According to Adkin, each French cavalry division at Waterloo had a horse artillery battery of four 6-pounders and two 5.5 inch howitzers.  I haven't really started on any cavalry from my French army as yet, with only one cuirassier regiment painted.  I suppose what puts me off rather is the length of time I know it will take - those cuirassiers took the best part of a month, I recall, and that was at a time when I had much more time than I do now.

There's not much more to say about these figures.  I have a few more Napoleonic things to post about but tomorrow I'll have some AWI.  If I can drag myself away from eating chocolate this afternoon I'll post a review of the new Perry plastic AWI British infantry. 

8 figures. Painted January 2013.





5 comments:

Rodger said...

Beautiful work on the artillery Giles! Lovely woodwork.
I am looking forward to your thoughts on the AWI British infantry, I am thinking of getting some when things are back on track!

Christopher(aka Axebreaker) said...

Cracking looking artillery Giles! Really happy seeing you continuing a regular posting.:-)

Christopher

Silver Whistle said...

Superb painting as always, your Naps are growing into another wonderful collection.
The suspense....... put that chocolate down Giles and get those AWI up on the blog.
Cheers,
Pat.

Dalauppror said...

Stunning work Giles !!!

The froggys seems to have plenty of artillery now.

Best regards Michael

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