Sunday, 20 November 2016

18th Century activity

With my recent posts being about the development of my Macedonian Successor army, you might be forgiven for thinking there's been nothing happening in the main project: namely, the 18th century Pils-Holstein collection.
Just to allay those fears... here's a couple of shots of Prussian and Pils-Holstein forces ...




 
There are more Prussians receiving attention from David Jarvis' paint brush in time for Christmas, plus I've got some French arriving from Mark Allen at any moment. Meanwhile, I'm working on more French ancillary stuff  (wagons and general "back-of-table" paraphenalia), and some cavalry conversions too, for both sides.

Photos of some of that soon...



9 comments:

Allan Tidmarsh said...

Nice photos, the collection is building up ...

Heinz-Ulrich von Boffke said...

Yes indeed! You have a real museum piece there, Phil. Wonderful stuff!

Best Regards,

Stokes

Phil said...

Nice, very nice!

Carlo said...

Wonderful to see these lads out and about again Phil.

Anonymous said...

Wonderful collection that you are developing, looking forward to seeing more.

Paul

Phil said...

Thank you for your comments. Much appreciated.
I don't always post stuff that's happening with this collection, but I'm very pleased at how it's coming along.
Phil

Andy McMaster said...

Looking very, very nice, Phil.

Chris Gregg said...

Good to see what you are getting up to in the 18th century again, Phil. That's a very smart looking force, especially effective against your subtly coloured terrain mat.
Chris

Phil said...

Thanks Chris
Interesting you should mention the terrain mat. It was only ever a temporary measure...
It's on my list to be replaced by home made terrain sometime in the next year or so.
Cheers
Phil