Sunday, 16 June 2013

10mm Glorious Revolution 1688 – King James’ Army

Army02
The Whole 10mm Army.

With the addition of the Irish contingent the project is at last finished.  Opposition sometime in 2014 maybe. Bit light on artillery, I’ll correct that when doing the Williamite opposition.
All figures are Pendraken; old list LoA army pack supplemented Marlburian and SYW figures. None of the depicted formations are intended to be representative, more of a ‘generic’ nature.

Command
CinC02CofS01
Commander in Chief and Staff.
GofA01GofF01GofH01
Major Generals of Artillery, Foot and Horse.
Gen01Brig01
Brigadier Generals.

The Irish (regulars)
IrHrse01
Horse
IrDrag01
Dragoons
IrFt01IrFt02
Foot

The Scots.
Horse01
Regular Horse.
Foot01
Regular Foot.
Clans02
Highland Clans.
Cov02
Armed Civilian Covenanters.

The English (regulars)
Drag01
Dragoons.
Inf02Inf01
Foot.                                                                           Art01
Artillery.

Rules:
‘Beneath the Lily Banners.

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10 comments:

  1. Thanks Ray. I think I'll run out of steam well before you do with your impressive project!

    Cheers,

    George

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  2. A very nice army, great work!
    Phil.

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  3. Cheers Phil, it's a work in progress which hopefully will get finished!

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  4. They look great...Love the highlanders
    All the best
    Sean

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  5. Cheers Sean. The Highlanders are two for the price of one as they appear here and in a Montrose civil war force.

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  6. I was going to buy the new LOA range from them, but seeing as this is my first venture in 10mm decided to follow your example and pick up the Jacobite Army deal. Thanks for putting up some inspiring pics!

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  7. The old list figures are a bit smaller and are less detailed than the new ones. Which makes the supplementary figures I used to fill in gaps easy to spot. Good luck with the project Matt, patience is a virtue, you'll get there in the end!

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  8. Lovely mini army!

    Greetings
    Peter

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  9. Thanks Peter, one of these days I'll have to settle on one scale and stick to it.

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