|Some of the lads having a slight shifting of arrangements in the ranks|
We all remember those concerts and assemblies at school.
You hoped all year you had grown enough to be front and centre after years of being neglected and forgotten in the wings at photo days much to yours and your families disgust. All the lead up rehearsals saw your plans going well as the lifts in your shoes, the blow dried hair and the toes on strict “tippy” duty seeing you where you should be…until the teacher, let’s call her Mrs Fox, comes along to ruin all your dreams. Not that I’m bitter…or feeling cheated…I’m not bitter I said!
The time had come for me yo revisit some of my basing on some of my Brigades for 1815, including a better “historical”positioning of sergeants and officers. A bit of cutting and gluing today to be followed up with some painting of bases tomorrow.
|Always great yo gave good references available though I will need to order|
Some more excellent flags from GMB to sort through the regiments correctly
|Some additional Foundry British that are destined to become a 4th KGL Line battalion|
|Another battalion from the reorganisation - Perry plastics and metals|
That’s a battalion of Highland Light Infantry from Front Rank on the black board which has been made “large” for General D’Armee requirements.
|These look very effective with such a wonderful assortment of poses|
|A collection of mounted Colonels preparing for final touches and then the purchasing |
of their commissions in the Kings Infantry. Lovely figures to paint.
These should all be ready for a return to the shelves during the week after which I will revisit my lads from Pictons command. I’ve been waiting to do those chaps for ages.