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ferg98120 Apr 2020 11:52 a.m. PST

Good evening everyone, i've just finished my latest lockdown units for my Spanish Napoleonic Army.

There are photos of the units on my blog for those who are interested, one battalion of line infantry, one of militia and one of armed citizenry


As always, comments, suggestions and feedback welcome.

Hope everyone is staying safe



Redcurrant20 Apr 2020 2:11 p.m. PST

Very nice, I like the style.

I would have straightened out the muskets and bayonets before taking the photos, bent firearms never inspire confidence in a unit on the tabletop.

I keep looking at the QH Miniaturas website, although I dont actually need anything at the moment, their figures look qquite good.

My Spanish army is dated 1808, so my militia have proper uniforms and bicornes.

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