Miniature Wargaming with an emphasis on the 1809 Campaign
These casualties are just wonderful...Colorful and wonderful!
Excellent! Will these be used as disorder markers?
Yes, these will be hit (Disorder) markers for FK&P.
nice looking casualty (figures) markers - Peter, if you need a hand to paint up your Macedonian Ancients let me know! :o)
Thank you Phil. I bought lead for probably about 300 28 mm Macedonians from a local gamer 3 - 4 years ago for about $100. I have painted 24 of them so far... and have twice that many primed.
These are great Peter - you can never have enough casualty bases - I am always on the look out for more figures and ideas for them.
Thanks for the kind words, Oli!
Very nice, their bright colours will certainly make them stand out.
Thanks Peter; they probably won't be "standing" for very long, given their condition! :-)
I love the array of colors. How did you get the dogs out of the water? Of are they still there?
Thanks, Jake.If you stop throwing the balls (etc), they eventually come out. When that fails, there are always treats!
Another lovely assortment of casualty figures, followed by another great assortment of swimming retrievers!
Thanks Lawrence; gratuitous Golden Retriever photos posted as needed!
Nice bunch of disorder markers! The photos of Golden Retrievers splendid too!Best Iain
Thank you, Iain!
Beautiful even in 'Death'
I'm sure there's a clever Latin phrase for that... :-)
Lovely casualty figures; but those pooches are awesome! Wow, and a lot of them too!
Thanks, Dean. Five dogs ARE a bit much at times! :-)
As said above, you can never have enough markers like this. Great stuff.
Thanks! I have one more group of 15 yet to come, so I think it probably is safe to say that in this case, I will have enough! :-)