My recent trip to Thailand and a busy workload had slowed my painting production, but the last week has seen a return to the painting production line. Four items have been completed and run off the conveyor belt, starting with a squadron of French Foreign Legion lancers for the First Carlist War.
I chose to create the lancers in the early uniform, chiefly because I like the look of the red shako. At some point in the future I may decide to do a unit in the Czapka so that I can vary between early and later engagements.
Second up is the FFL mountain gun set. I chose to do this gun as a howitzer to create a point of difference from the Carlist and Isabelino sets.
Third is the mountain gun set in transit.
Fourth is the infantry skirmishing set from the Retreat from Moscow range.
Finally, a small milestone with this being my 200th post.