The occasional ramblings of a historical wargamer
Very fine work, Mark!
Thank you Jonathan. Lots of goodies on the painting table at the moment.
Lovely work Mark and a great example of what you can do with the wonderful Perry plastics.
Thanks Carlo. I am enjoying the plastics and the next batch of dimounted dragoons wil have a number of conversions - such an easy task with plastics.
They look dynamic and superb, wonderful details!
Thanks Phil. I think the dragoons are a very much overlooked cavalry type by most wargamers
Very nice Mark.... the yellow facings stand out really well against the green coatees..All the best. Aly
The next two regiments, to finish off the division, will have orange facings. I am picking that they will look pretty sharp too. Like the new avatar image by the way - should I be addressing you as General or Field Marshal Morrison hence fiorth?
Love Napoleonic Dragoons, and the yellow faced regiments are my favourites. Great work.
Yes it is a good mix. I didn't pick them by facing colour though, they just happened to be the regiment in the brigade that I Chose.
Nicely done. The French dragoon green and yellow really works nicely as a combination.
I agree. Yellow works as a facing for most colours - may be white excepted. I have some WSS Bavarians with cornflower blue coats and yellow facings and they look pretty dashing, I must say.
Lovely looking dragoons, one of my favourite Perry plastics kits and one of my favourite napoleonic cavalry types! Best Iain
I agree, they are very nice. I hsve another two regiments to do to complete the division.