Monday, November 2, 2015

Napoleonic 1809 Austrian Project






...oops...forgot to add text and photos with this posting...sorry about that guys & gals! :oP

During the month of October I finished off my Saxon Corps, the figures are based all I need to complete the Corps is to scheduled a day to flock the bases along with more group (brigade) photos of Infantry and Cavalry.

Anyway... I have been busy painting/working on my 1809 Austrian/Hungarian Line Infantry regiments/project as well during October. The figures are from 2nd Edition Old Glory 28mm Napoleonic Austrians range. The figures paint up well and look good! :o)

Austrian Flags by GMB designs


Two Austrian Line Infantry Battalions
















Two 2nd Edition Old Glory 28mm Austrian (Czech-Slovak) Mahrische Landwehr Battalions
 (These guys were present at Aspern-Essling and Wagram but never committed during the battles)


















14 comments:

  1. Fantastic work, Phil! You have been working fast and furiously.

    Lovely army shaping up.

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    1. Thanks Jon! I have to be careful not to burn myself out again like I did with those former 28mm Landsknechts figures :o)

      cheers,

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    2. Well, if it happens again, let me know...

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    3. right you are Sir :o)

      cheers,

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  2. Viele Oestereichers, und sehr schon!

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  3. Great looking Austrians Phil!

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    1. Thanks Mike, I actually use light tone AP wash over the Mahrische Landwehr Battalions which look nice to my eye? The Austrian infantry no washes, just plane "white" shading...

      cheers,

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    1. Hey! how are you doing? Thanks for your kind word Lawrence...all the best to you Sir! *grin*

      cheers,

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  5. Fabulous collection, Phil. I was musing the idea of downsizing my French Napoleonics, but after looking at them again, decided to keep them :)

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  6. Thanks Dean, much appreciated! Good on you for your decision to keep your Napoleonic's!

    cheers,

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