To prove that I can actually finish a wargaming project by myself, I thought I'd post evidence in the form of my Marlburian armies. Put together for the Black Powder rules, the end result was that the Franco-Bavarians and Grand Alliance each fielded 12 battalions, 6 regiments of horse and 4 guns per side.
|The armies clash at the fictional battle of Dolfstein|
|The Grand Alliance on parade|
|The Franco-Bavarian army in serried ranks|
Sadly, I sold these figures last year to fund some other project ( Flames of War WWII I think). Happily they live 20 minutes down the road in my wargaming mate John's house, ready to be games with whenever I like. Hurray!
The figures are Lancashire Games 15mm (18mm). Here are close-ups of some of the regiments.
|The Danish Prins Georg Regiment|
|The French-Irish Dillon Regiment|
|The Prussian Alt Dohna Regiment|
|The French Regiment Cosse|
|Prussian Wartensleben's Horse|
|French St Genie Hussars|
|Danish Sjaellandske (Zealand) Regiment|
|French Royal Italien Regiment|
|Bavarian Haxthausen Regiment|
The new version of the Marlburian project is the Seven Years War Prussians and Austrians, a project that I've bumped up the painting schedule.