Black Powder Command Group

3 04 2014

Black Powder Command Group

This is my Black Powder Command Group for my Napoleonic Peninsular Army.
Figures from Front Rank.



2 responses

3 04 2014

Stunning work. The faces came out beautifully. I also like the effect you achieved on the white horse. Finally, the base rounds it all off and the tree is a wonderful addition to the whole scene.

5 04 2014

I can do better, already I’m better than last year. I looked at some work from two years ago and cringed.
Onwards and upwards, I’ll never win a Golden Demon but I’m happy to put them on the gaming table. I still have to get the visual “pop” from a distance.

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