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Blog posts : "kingdom of neaples"

Neapolitan Command Staff on Foot ready

The very first sculpting i ever done, here in production in metal, 6 miniatures of Neapolitan Officers they can be easily painted in many different colourful options.

 

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Neapolitan Guard Veliti Mounted Officer Test Painted

Here the painted test of the new coming set of the mounted Officer for the Guard Veliti of the Murat kingdom, soon available in the shop, the miniature is in metal.

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Neapolitan Veliti della Guardia test shots

Finally the test shots of the coming two sets of Granatieri / Veliti della Guardia of the Kingdom of Neapel . Will be produced in metal 6 pieces per set.

           

 

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Neapolitan Mounted Generals

Here the painted test shots of the Neapolitan mounted Generals, soon available for sale; the horses are sculpted with interchangeable saddle clothes so it is possible to add many variations of the uniforms, these miniatures are also suitable for other armies uniforms.

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Murat King of Neaples Limited Editions

Here the painted test cast of the second Limited Editions of Franznap Miniatures, King Murat depicted as King of Neaples, i used the horse from the Gros painting, and the uniform from other prints of his time in Neaples, you can see he is wearing mustaches, as i found in the portrait from the time 1812/14
Will be released in 100 numbered copies under the label  Limited Editions , soon available here.

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Neapolitan Veliti della Guardia Masters ready

Here the two sets of the Veliti / Granatieri della Guardia of Kingdom of Neaples;
they can be easily painted as westphalians....

 

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Other test painted

I tried also this Neapolitan Guardsman, the back pack, cartridge pouch and sabre are a part piece, here the paint test as Granatiere and Velite della Guardia.

Despite the sculpture (which was one of the first) has some small problems of proportions, the painted ones are very impressive.

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Two mounted neapolitan ADC

Here 2 almost finished first mounted officers, a general staff ADC 1813 , and an ADC of the King Murat. 

 

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