Hooray, and Hoopty-doo! After a very long, long, long-running painting effort, I have reached something of a milestone in my Waterloo painting project. All the infantry for the Anglo-Allied army is now completed!
By my count, I have painted about 310 figures for 1/72 scale infantry, in order to bring the army to the tabletop. A few cavalry and gunners remain, but nothing major when compared to what's been done - not long before the Anglo-Allied army can be cleared away, and work can begin on the French one!
|The whole collection - redcoats on the left, blue-coated Dutch in the middle, and Green/Black-coated 'others' on the right.|
|British infantry and KGL - the figures have not yet been washed in a Devlan-Mud-style coat, and so look a bit bright and lacking in definition.|
|Trivia fact: I hate painting white straps!|
|Brunswicker, 95th Rifles, Hanoverian and Nassauer troops|
|Figures vary immensely, but the Airfix ones stand out as being particularly poor when compared to others, such as Revell and Italeri.|
|Dutch and Belgian troops|