Thursday, March 1, 2018

FIW Pennsylvania Provincials in light equipment


Just completed my second unit of Pennsylvania Provincials for Sharp Practice, but this time in light equipment.



At this rate I'll have FIW forces ready for Sharp Practice in a year or so I figure so I'm crossing my fingers the pace will pick up at sometime.....but if not I'll have fun along the way as the figures from Galloping Major are a real pleasure to paint.



 I picked up an excellent copy of " The British defeat of the French in Pennsylvania, 1758" by Douglas R. Gubbison that looks like with some effort I could make a campaign of sorts from the information which is quite detailed.


The figures are from Galloping Major and the paints I used were Foundry with some Vallajo here and there. I highly recommend the figures if your looking for some painter friendly figures which I quite like.


I could be taking a break from FIW for a bit to paint up some AWI for Sharp Practice which would only require me painting a few skirmish figures and officers as I already have the core formed units completed. I also would like to add a few more Airborne to my WWII collection as we are really playing a lot of the fantastic Chain of command rules and I need more options added.


 Also last year Nick beat me in the SCW points race side challenge and to my shame took me a whole year almost to get him his figure, but he of course took it all in good natured patience. The figure is an Republican officer that I had double of and that he didn't have yet so worked out great.


 
Thanks for viewing!
Miniature Company-Galloping Major and Empress

21 comments :

  1. Love your Pennsylvania Provincials unit, a great paint job for a beautiful uniform...

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  2. I like your brushwork on the Penn Provincials very much! Inspiring such that I may add a unit onto my existing FIW collection once Sash & Saber complete its Kickstarter.

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    1. Thank you very much Jonathan and looking forwa<rd to seeing your version!

      Christopher

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  3. Excellent work on those figures Christopher.

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  4. They all look fantastic Christopher! Great work with the brush.

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  5. Wonderful looking F&IW figures, Christopher. I used to play a bit of Sharp Practice. I found Muskets and Tomahawks quite fun for this period too.

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  6. Fantastic presentation, Christopher. The figures are superbe, I like your terrain very much. Great, really great job. I am deeply impressed.
    Peter

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