Marching Voltigeurs, 28 mm French Line Infatry by Perry Miniatures
Literally 'back from the dead' after more than four years I'm starting new project - my very old (maybe more than 30 years) dream - painting napoleonic armies in 28 mm. Finally I've got the right minis (Perry Miniatures, Warlord Games, Victrix) and the taste to begin.

Trying to achieve best results while painting fast multiple miniatures at once. My big thanx goes to friend Francesco Thau, who was helping with tutorial, ideas and inspiration. Thank you!

And as always - any comments, ideas or critics are welcome...
  • Marian Hodas

    Gold
    Nice

  • Ladislav Majer

    Very interesting! Look forward to anothers :)

  • WojciechBober72

    Gold

  • Patrik Ruzic

    Gold

  • Poliakov_Andrii

    Gold !

  • Walo

    radost hrat s nimi :) a ako vzdy aj paradna graficka uprava

    • Radovan DarkTower Rybovic

      Tak obavam sa, ze tito sa na stole nikdy neocitnu :) A tu upravu som prave zjednodusil na minimum, uz ziadne efekty, prechody… Simplemente Mariiiiiia

  • Eduardo Garcia Lope

    Excellent group.

  • Francesco Thau

    Gold mate!

    • Radovan DarkTower Rybovic

      Thank you mate! Your advices are great and I hope it will lead me to better results. Thank you again

  • jparkdr

    gold

  • Melnikov Ivan "Nakatan"PLUS

    gold

  • Marc MussatPLUS

    Looks very good !

  • Peter"Peterpaint"TrennerPLUS

    Ice work!

  • Peter"Peterpaint"TrennerPLUS

    Nice not Ice :)

    • Radovan DarkTower Rybovic

      Hehehe, thanx. Maybe I will paint some infatry retreating from Russia and there will be ICE for sure :)

  • fabrizio1969PLUS

    Gold

  • Moonshado

    Very nice, if that is your first company completed for your French army of 1815 you’ve still got a couple more figures to paint to complete the army. Are you only doing plastic figures or you also mixing in metals. If mixing in metals have a look at the Calpe Miniatures range. I particulary like their greatcoated French infantry.

    • Radovan DarkTower Rybovic

      Hello, thank you for your kind words. In fact these are my first historic 28mm figures at all. I plan to paint for myself some more napoleonic soldiers, I have minis from Perry Miniatures, Warlord and Victrix ranges, mixing both plastic and metal ones. Thank you for your tip, I am going to browse Calpe’s website.

  • Moonshado

    Very nice, if that is your first company completed for your French army of 1815 you’ve still got a couple more figures to paint to complete the army. Are you only doing plastic figures or you also mixing in metals. If mixing in metals have a look at the Calpe Miniatures range. I particulary like their greatcoated French infantry.