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1790 -1815 Vignettes

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Starting with the American Revolution era:

  • Hessen Grenadiers at their march to Yorktown
  • American Light Infantry capturing a British Dragoon
  • British Grenadiers storming Bunker Hill
  • and Americans escorting the Dragoon

more details you can find on my flickr account: https://www.flickr.com/photos/34336019@N07/

All vignettes were using customized helmets designed by me (remaining in pure white for demonstration purpose)

Woody64
(next post will cover Napoleonics)

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And now the more Napoleonic vifǵnettes:

  • Austrian Grenadiers storming at Aspern/Esslingen
  • Russian Heavy Cavalry against French Éclaireurs
  • A too slow horse at Waterloo
  • Scots Grey attacking a French Square
  • British Cavalry
  • Austrian Grenadiers on their march to Waterloo

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Nice troops and cool helmets - have you 3D printed them, or?

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Yes  these come out of my 3d production 

New vignette: archeduke karl at his victory against Napoleon at Aspern (acc. painting of Krafft)

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Newly arrived French eagle with flag - Flag bearer is also holding a cavalry sword :

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 Two new vignettes:

- Bavarians waiting for the charge - showing Bavarian helmet, Bearskin and Eagle
- Russians on their retreat from Borodino: with Tatar hat, Grenadier hat, Russian infantry shako, light infantry shako and milita cap

 

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Italian and French Infantry marching to their attack:
- Italian Infantry & Grenadier Officer
- French Frenadier, Officer and Voltigeur

 

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The capture of the 45th Eagle at Waterloo by a Scotts Grey Heavy Dragoon

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Kings Dragoons in fight with a French cuirassier
in front a Rifle men

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Some of the vignettes used in a setup for Leipzig 2013 showing:

Schwarzenberg

  • Hungarian Infantry and Grenadier
  • Landwehr
  • Cuirassiers in reserve
  • Russian Cosacks, Line and Grenadiers
  • Russian Cuirassiers in reserve

MacDonald:

  • French Line, Grenadiers and Light Infantry
  • Italien Infantry
  • Bavarian Infnantry with som detached Dragoons
  • Bavarian Hussars and Cuirssiers in reserve

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After York has crossed the Elbe by Wartenburg Blücher is advancing against Leipzig.

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schlacht_bei_Wartenburg

You see Prussian Infantry, Landwehr and Jäger supported by Russians attached to the Schlesian Army (Light Infantry and Militia)

Custom items not colored yet ....

 

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