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Prince Alberts Revenge19 Jan 2018 7:31 p.m. PST

Somebody on TMP had asked about Old Glory 10mm Napoleonics recently, so it spurred me to snap some quick photos and post to my blog. The photo quality isn't the best but gives the idea of what they look like:

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More photos here: link

Yellow Admiral Supporting Member of TMP19 Jan 2018 8:20 p.m. PST

On my screen those are as tall as 20mm miniatures, and they still look really good. Nice job.

- Ix

HP2Sport19 Jan 2018 10:49 p.m. PST

Those look great.

steamingdave4720 Jan 2018 2:31 a.m. PST

Very impressive – both sculpts and painting. The strips make the infantry a bit too inflexible for other basing systems though; all of my 10 mm Napoleonic infantry are on 20mm squares, with 6 figures to a base, which means I can use them for several different rule sets. I will certainly take a look at the cavalry figures, which come as singles.

rxpjks1 Supporting Member of TMP20 Jan 2018 6:47 a.m. PST

The Russians can be split off individually. I am not a fan of the strips.

Lieutenant Lockwood20 Jan 2018 7:13 a.m. PST

Those really are nice; well done.

Cooldude20 Jan 2018 7:25 a.m. PST

Great stuff!! I keep thinking about napoleonics in 10mm and this has certainly brought me closer to the edge.

El Lobo21 Jan 2018 10:38 a.m. PST

Great looking figures, lovely painted and based,but on a personal note I prefer individual figures when painting at this scale, again its only personal preference Cooldude but Pendraken do great looking 10mm figures.

Old Glory Sponsoring Member of TMP21 Jan 2018 10:07 p.m. PST

The bases are only on figures that would mostly be closed rank in lines or columns-- the rest are individual figures.
The bases came about from my personal frustration with cleaning off 1000s of individual little bases, putting them on popsicle sticks to paint, then tediously gluing them down one by one on the final base , as they would then keep tipping over before the glue dried?
This way, the figures come out of the bag, ready to be primed and painted, then are easily glued into there nice straight lines and columns-- giving that great trained looking unit as you can see in the above photos.
In most cases, figures can be clipped from the base for the gamers basing requirements.
We are complimented all the time on the ease of the bases.

Regards
Russ Dunaway

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