Sunday, 14 June 2020

Marshall Ney at the charge on the workbench

Just freshly glued and placed on the base
Well I finally completed the painting aspect of Marshall Ney and his aides de camp depicted in the wonderful vignette from the talented Alan Perry.  These have been sitting partially pigmented for years and are a positive outcome of the additional time spent at home recently.

My old Waterloo guide purchased over 20 years ago with some details of the image captured on the famous panorama
painting of Ney leading the great cavalry charges during the battle

The panorama card itself complete with my 130 Belgian franc price tag!

Really beautifully sculpted and cast figures by Perry Miniatures

7 comments:

  1. Nice work - always good to complete something that's been waiting for attention.

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    1. Absolutely correct FBM - sooooo many projects being completed finally.

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  2. A lovely little vignette Carlo...

    All the best. Aly

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    1. Thank you so much Aly and take care - all the best to you as well always.

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  3. Classic! Reminds me I must do my Ney in 15mm (and a whole lot more too).

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  4. Beautiful Carlo. I always like command stands that are based on paintings, they look great and are a lot of fun.

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  5. Nicely done Carlo, I have one in the painting queue as well. This has tempted me to bump it up a few places!

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