The last of the Scots (for now) gallop forth.
Their cornet (flag) follows a similar pattern to many the infantry standards.
These lancers are, as usual, 25/28 mm Old Glory figures.
I probably won't return to any Scots this year, and certainly not before the Fall.
There is sufficient lead on hand for 4 more regiments of Foote and the High Command, plus maybe a few other odds and ends!
Last of the Scots, eh? How many have you painted?ReplyDelete
Last, for now... Hmm, I see I haven't updated my ECW page to include the Scotts.. roughly 4 Foote at 20 each, 4 Highlanders at 12 each, 4 Cavalry = 24, 2 Dragoons =20, plus the Artillery and a few command figures - not quite 200.Delete
They certainly look like they are galloping off the painting table.ReplyDelete
Yes, these laddies are looking pretty dynamic!Delete
Another nice looking unit, Peter, and I particularly like their white on red saltire flag!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Keith. I liked this flag too, and only fitting it go to a unit wearing red coats!Delete
I too wondered how many you had painted. Quite a collection Peter and I'll look forward to seeing them all in action soon.ReplyDelete
More of the painted Scots will appear to the table when we return to Maidenhythe, perhaps in late AprilDelete
Does Lance give them an extra hit or similar ?ReplyDelete
It gives them an extra "hit card" (attack) in their first melee. On the other hand, Scots cavalry all count as "poorly mounted" in TTS! which penalizes them in other waysDelete
Look like a good unit for the border wars.ReplyDelete
Definitely suitable for thgse and more!Delete
Great looking lancers, I think I have to face up to starting my Montrose army this year, your Scots have pushed me over the edge!ReplyDelete