Monday, 27 March 2017

From PeterD - My Semester's Painting Output


Here's the final shot of everything I got painted except for my Curtgeld, now in transit via Sylvain to Curt.



With the exceptions of the two 15mm A/Cs upfront everything was in 28mm, and except for the A/Cs and my Curtgeld everything was for my SYW Sharp Practice project using figures from the Perry Miniatures AWI range.   The output was as follows:

  • 15th Light Dragoons - 21 mounted figures
  • 87th Foot (Kieth's Highlanders) 31 foot figures
  • Hessian Militia - 13 foot figures
  • Hanoverian engineer and pontooniers - 6 foot figures, 1 mounted figure
  • Hanoverian Jaegers - 6 foot figures
  • Camp scene - 6 foot figures
  • Allied officers - 1 Brunswick General mounted, 1 Hessian artillery foot figure
  • Powder cart with drover on foot and horse
  • Tragardland Croats - 6 foot figures
  • French work crew - 6 foot figures
Enough for a good SP force based on the Highlanders and Light Dragoons, plus support options, ready to fight the Kleine Krieg in the Rhineland.  And a few additions to my French force to oppose them.


If my math is correct that's 80 foot figures (83 including the Breda crew in the Curtgeld), 23 mounted figures plus a horse and wagon.  Plus a 28mm weapon and two 15mm vehicles.

I fell 40 points short of my 800 point target, but that's OK.  My big goal was to get the Highlanders and Dragoons done plus SYW chrome add-ons, and that's what I got done.  Next year, I need to fluff up my French armies on the Rhine .  Maybe I can convince Curt to sell me his Minden figures....

Doofus in Chief (DinC)

19 comments:

  1. Well done Peter - hey you stole my title!

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    1. Thanks Miles- I can sell you branding right...

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  2. Terrific work Peter. I really enjoyed all your SYW entries, particularly the civilian/at-rest types.

    BTW no way you're getting my Minden lads those are coming up to face off against your British... ;)

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    1. Thanks Curt. As long as they are not sitting forgotten...

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  3. Excellent productivity. cheers

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  4. Very nice collection of figures mate!

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  5. that was indeed a fine effort. really enjoyed the 7yw stuff

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  6. A great set of figures Peter :)

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  7. Great work Peter. Nice job baiting Curt there too...

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  8. Thanks Greg. It's all in knowing what red flag to wave and when....

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  9. An excellent and productive Challenge. Well done, Peter!

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