Copyright © 2020, Paul Scrivens-Smith

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Thursday, 21 May 2020

French Line infantry


With the arrival of my order from Arcane Scenery I've been able to crack on with some more troops for my French Napoleonic forces and this week have turned out another four bases of line infantry.


All the line troops are from the Perry Miniatures Plastic French Napoleonic Infantry set.

In my bits box I also found this chap who will make an excellent leader for my Sharpe Practice games or a disorder marker for our 'Big Battle' games.


These four bases of foot bring the two partial units I painted earlier this month up to their full 24-figure strengths.


Here's the other unit in greatcoats.


Some flags from GMB Designs to complete them are currently making their way over the Atlantic to me.

14 comments:

  1. Fine work Paul, you can't beat the look of a Napoleonic French attack column.

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    1. Thanks Phil, the do have a certain impressiveness to them.

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  2. I continue to enjoy your recent French painting binge!

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  3. Great looking pile of French line infantry, I particularly like the grumpy sappeur!
    Best Iain

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    1. Cheers Iain, he does look a grumpy git doesn't he

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  4. Great work Paul, all of your French look great. Looking forward to seeing them on the table. Which of France's opponents are you planning to fight first?

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    1. Thanks Jim. I don't know when these will ever get a game, the rest of the collection is 3500 miles away.
      I was thinking that maybe I should start on some opponents for them. Undecided to do some British and Allies or Austrians.

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  5. Lovely looking units Paul...
    I am sure your other toys could be sent over to you “Post Haste”...
    They are after all essential supplies 😁

    All the best. Aly

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