Wednesday, 12 March 2008

Bits And Bobs

The flag for the Grenadiere-Garde has finally arrived. It transpires that the owner of GMB Designs has moved premises and this has caused him a few problems. I moved house just two years ago, and still remember the hassle I had: in a simple move that could have gone easily if everyone in a small chain of four people had only possessed three digit IQs. So Graham has my sympathy. The photo below shows my Grenadier-Garde regiment's Fahnenjunker finally ready to join the regiment.



My Dragoon test piece has proven to be as easy to paint as I had hoped: probably taking about half the effort of a cuirassier. The photo below shows him awaiting varnish and metallics.



The rest of the dragoon squadron has just completed the milliput, solder and epoxy glue stage, so I'll be painting them over the next few days. I've also started work on the artillery, gluing the pieces of each gun together.

4 comments:

Fitz-Badger said...

Very nice! I like the dragoon especially.

Bluebear Jeff said...

Ditto! The dragoon looks splendid.


-- Jeff

Steve said...

..nice work on the horse - very simple but very effective...

Stokes Schwartz said...

Happy Saturday Andy,

Great news on the infantry standard! Eager to see it and the fahnenjunker at the head of the regiment in future photos. Your dragoon and horse look very nice too.

Best Regards,

Stokes