Saturday, July 4, 2015

Swedish troops in Scanian War 1675-79

On request I will post some group pictures of the minia I painted so far for my Scanian War 1675-79 skirmish project. I still working on some Danish Allmoge so you will get the Swedes first.

In the pictures you have 2 groups of Musketeers and one group of Pikemen from the Dalregementet...of course... they are supported by a group of Horse and a group of Dragoons.

In the front you have the Company Officer Lieutenant Kruuse af Verchou son of the Regiment chief Major-general Hans Abraham Kruuse af Verchou.

All minis are from Wargames Factory, exept the Office that I´m not sure of.




20 comments:

  1. The Swedes look wonderful Michael! Really like the basing too!

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  2. Really lovely work Michael.

    Darrell.

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  3. Impressive collection you've managed to build Michael, and with some innovative basing. Inspiring!

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    1. Glad you liked it! I hope you Will join in on the gaming later this summer :)
      I think the basing turned out really good with 1, 2, 3 minis on each, makes it easy to remier losses as well as it keep the skirmish feel in the unit.

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  4. Lovely, lovely work Michael:)

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  5. Next after visually pleasing AARs well presented pictures of an entire group of troops are my favorite blog posts. Thanks for posting! They look absolutely fantastic together. Well done!
    /Mattias

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    1. Appreciated matey! I hope you and you Scanian houses Will join in for a game or two at the club :)

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  6. Superb stuff Michael! I love the basing, and that blue you've used looks stunning. Are they really Wargames Factory figures?

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    1. Indeed wargames Factory minis, but with cut Down necks...

      Really glad that you liked them and the basing to, hope they Will inspire you to get in to some swedish set wargaming;)

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  7. I love these Michael, the colours really pop.

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  8. As always they do look splendid! The blue you used is especially striking.

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