Befreiungskriege 1813-14

Painting and modelling 28mm Napoleonic wargaming miniatures

Extending the range

Posted by Martin on February 24, 2013

This week I received the latest photos from the Calpe Towers workbench. There are no surprises, because these figures are in line with what I’ve been trailing for a while – the first of the march-attack pose French infantry packs and a couple of packs of legere command and officer figures that you can use with the existing route march packs to create light infantry battalions. Without further ado, on to the pictures. Enjoy!

F19: French light infantry command.

F19: French light infantry command.

F20: French light infantry foot officers.

F20: French light infantry foot officers.

F22: French march-attack infantry, uncovered shakos.

F22: French march-attack infantry, uncovered shakos.

F25: French march-attack infantry, covered shakos.

F25: French march-attack infantry, covered shakos.

I know I’ve been quiet on the posting front the last couple of weeks – a case of reality intruding on enjoyment, I’m afraid. However, I expect to get back to more frequent posting in the next week or so and I have several updates lined up for you.

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6 Responses to “Extending the range”

  1. Burkhard said

    Enjoyed! đŸ˜‰

  2. rob kenny said

    Lovely figures as always. Hopefully the artillery will follow relatively quickly!

  3. Nice to see some more new sculpts, especially the start of the march attack figures. I tend to model my light battalions as firing lines but we’ll see with the French. Hopefully the artillery wont be too far away … and some Saxons … and more Prussians!! 8O)

    Sadly I know what you mean about life impinging on enjoyment. I look forward to a few more posts here including some more painting of the world reknown limited edition set.

    Salute
    von Peter himself

  4. Simon said

    Good news about the march attack figures. Martin, do you have any idea when they will be available?
    Cheers, Simon

  5. Simon said

    Many thanks Martin,
    Best wishes,
    Simon

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