Monday, 17 June 2013

Carneville Freikorps 1809 update

Now then,

I've just finished these off this morning, good to be painting again!

The Carneville Freikorps, a mixed Infantry and cavalry unit. Distinctive in their green tunics and blue trousers! For more pics and a brief explanation as to who these guys are click HERE

While i had the camera out, i thought id take a few group shots of the Austrian army so far! There are lots more to do, including another 2 hussar units, a large Uhlan unit, 2 units of Grenz, a unit of Landwehr, 2 more Hungarian line battalions and 3 more artillery batteries... lets not mention the Cavalry reserve and the Grenadiers....oh and a load more command bases....

One day i hope to start on the French to oppose them..

Cheers for looking,


  1. Nice paint job :-) Army coming together now by the looks of it.


  2. Cheers,

    As i can never stick to a plan, the army just keeps getting bigger, but i have drawn a line now, and after i've painted what i've got, i'm going to start the French allied army. I have enough Austrians now for a pretty big game...and i haven't even tried the rules yet....

  3. Impressive sight !!!

    Best regards Michael

  4. My MDF ones
    I am putting them into the IR#33 Regiment ( the Hungarians on the right) for FoG - this turns it from 1 'Large' (6 bases) unit into 2 'small' (each 4 bases) units - the one with the hussars will count as having a cavalry attachment, which reduces the effectiveness of enemy skirmish fire.

    [url=][img][/img][/url][url=]15860234857255688216439529366645[/url] by [url=]Last Hussar[/url], on Flickr


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