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Saxon Generals 1806 masters ready

July 12, 2016

Finally after several years waiting in the shelf, i finished this set, made of 6 mounted figures: 1 commander, I general, 1 Dragoon officer, 1Hussar officer, 1 Cuirassier officer and 1 Hussar escort. The uniforms are the early ones for the Napoleonic period, and can be used for the 1806 campaign but also for the 1809.

 

 

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French Line Lancers Painted tests

January 13, 2013

Finally I can present the painted test of the French Line Lancers  FC-003 and FC-004 command and team; they come with interchangeable and spare arms and saddles, here are depicted as 1 regiment. the Officer is the first miniature and horse i ever did, and it shows it, so i'm doubting to substitute the horse....

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French Line Lancers Command & Team

December 16, 2012

Here the two sets of the French Line Lancers, they will be produced in resin and in metal, will follow other sets with mounting an dismounting and dismounted, you can see my first own casts  in the images 

This is one of my first work, which I started from conversions , so i had completely re-done most of the pieces, in particular the horses, so now every piece is original.

French Line  Lancers Command : 3 mounted miniatures, 2 spare arms, 2 interchangeable saddlecloths.

French Line Lancers Team : 4 mounted figures, 5 interchangeable arms.

soon available for purchase

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More Spare Heads

October 22, 2012

While i'm busy with my first 28mm sculpt and with spare horses, i did some more spare heads.
 

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Saxon Officers 1806

April 28, 2012

I'm working to complete the set of this Saxon officers, there are now three , a general, an infantry officer and the last  hussar officer; here the last one . I will add a n other one or two cavalry officers and two foot infantry officers .


 

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Franznap Lancers 2nd serie

October 8, 2010

Finally ready painted the test shot of the French Lancers; took me several months to finish but I'm glad to show you the possibilities of conversions due to separate arms and spare heads.

the mounting and dismounting lancers are quite useful and with a head change could be used as other units.

SEE THEM IN THE SCULPT&CAST CHAPTER

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New sculpted ...

January 26, 2010

Added a new mounting lancer, busy with the officer headgear, working at horses (see Horses in Casting page)

An austrian Hussar colonel with horse. 

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Austrian Jagers Conversion

August 5, 2009

I finally made a long time desired conversion: The "Grey Devils", one of the best light infantry units of the Napoleonic Era, about them General de Ligne wrote: "You should not tell a recruit: 'I will make you into a jager !' You must instead take them from the forests. They know how to perch on a rock, how to conceal themselves in one of those fissures which open in the ground after a great drought, or hide behind a mighty oak. They make their way slowly and softly, so as not to make any sound, and in a such a way they can creep up on a post and take it by surprise, or shoot down the enemy generals." The conversion went more simple than thought, with Hat Austrian Line Infantry,  cutting the shako and adding a paper brim which upturn on the left side. The powder horn and the ramrod of the rifle, optionally shorten the rifle  and add its belt. 



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