Just a quick update while I have the time as I’m currently away on holiday Blenheim. Don’t get too excited, this is in Blenheim in NZ’s South Island, so there’s no battlefield but there are lots of wineries.
Before I left I took some pictures of some French Napoleonic Command Figures I’d completed in February. All are in 28mm and most are by Perry Miniatures with a couple of Wargames Foundry thrown in. A part from the Davout figure by Foundry I’ve kept them on separate bases as there is quite a difference in size
First of all there’s the “Bravest of the brave”- the Marshall Ney command pack by Perry Miniatures
He’s definitely a bit ginger!
The Perry Miniatures Heavy Cavalry commanders, Kelerman, Heritier and Milhaud are also in attendance
Not to be outdone by their heavier counterparts, the light cavalry commanders want to get in on the action
Whereas the final figure from the pack General Pajol is on another command base
A spare Orderly is trying to keep ahead of the lancers accompanied by a pair of lone Chasseurs
neither could I resist buying the FN234 pack which consists of Marshal Lannes, GeneralLasalle and General Franchesci-Delonne
Lannes is based with an ADC and two figures from the Mounted ADC pack
The other 2 generals in the pack, including Lasalle are based together with another ADC
Whilst at the Partizan show a few years ago I called into Wargames Foundry and bought some more generals and a pack of Marshals. The Davout figure is the only one I’ve used in combination with a Perry Miniatures ADC and an Orderly
The remaining Marshalls from the Foundry FN262 pack, Soult, Bessieres and Massena were based with some other Generals that I picked up because they seemed a little smaller than those by Perry Miniatures
Well that’s it though having painted up this many command figures there is no doubt that I need more troops to lead them