Once on roll, I continue to gather figures until…. well I was going to say “until it gets ridiculous”,…. but I often even go beyond that.
With plastics and all the conversion possibilities which I enjoy creating, I have now have a sizeable force of Napoleonic cavalry to do battle with each other and to fill in when necessary for our bring-what-you-can games.
|Newly created British 16th Light Dragoons. Selected as they were the among the first of the Allies to come to the rescue of the British Union Brigade after their famous and foolish charge early in the Waterloo battle.|
|All my units on 'parade' (except for the tardy Belgian Light Dragoons to be painted)|
|French Chasseurs (Perry plastics)|
|Dutch Light Dragoons made from various plastic bits (early British bodies, Russian shakos, French plumes and medieval horses....)|
|a single unit of French Hussars.|
|Another view of the whole lot with the Allies to the left and French on the right. All plastics. I might blow out a back disc if I were to carry it all if metals!|