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Welcome back to the Challenge, Sean!
OldHammer Bretonnians, very cool. I like the deep red you've used for these two and the raw wood lance is the business, none of this fancy barber pole malarky.
|They were primed black; the greenery was then heavily drybrushed with Thalo Green, then Sap Green 1:1 mixed with white followed by a light drybrush of Cadium Yellow. The dirt was heavily dry brushed with Raw Umber, then Raw Sienna followed by Titanium White. The rocks were then picked out with black, and successive lighter greys. As you can guess from the names I use Artist Acrylic Pastes, a little expensive maybe but great for this type of work.|
|As you can see they are 25mm high as you can just see these 28mm Alban Miniatures.|
|Maybe a little high for 1/72 but will do as hedges, not really tall enough for bocage .|
|We have a 140" here, almost 12'|
|Each Sprue has about 3' of walls|
|I think about 20mm high|
|28mm Prussian Jagers for the Franco-Prussian War from Helion|
|One squad of Jagers - I used tufts of blue flowers to help with quick ID on the table|
|Senior officer on a hex-shaped base - this is a system used by Curt to help with quick table identification, one I have copied repeatedly...|
|The "red-flowered" squad|
|A view showing the mess kit, and of course, the ubiquitous long coats tied around the bodies of the troops...|