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Author Topic: My adventures in FIW  (Read 5127 times)

Offline doublenot7

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Re: My adventures in FIW
« Reply #15 on: February 19, 2015, 02:26:47 PM »
Definitely do your scale homework, not all the ranges mix well.  Conquest/Warlord go well with Perry.

Offline War In 15MM

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Re: My adventures in FIW
« Reply #16 on: February 19, 2015, 02:51:53 PM »
Orange, just caught your FIW pics.  Nice stuff.  Good to see the Pennsylvania troops done.  Thanks again for the direction on the provincial uniforms and flags.  Hope you will post more photos of your collection.  Richard

Offline Orange

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Re: My adventures in FIW
« Reply #17 on: March 09, 2015, 03:08:25 AM »
Matiec--I only put the officer on a bigger base (GW 20mm) because I'd run out of Renedra 20mm, and to make him stand out a bit. He is small, but I figured he's an officer and got to his position through birth rather than brawn. The NCO below, however...

And thanks Richard, I rely on that uniform guide quite a bit, it's a very useful resource. I was going to make some more raggedy soldiers and have them as Rhode Island line infantry, who didn't have uniforms according to that guide.

Finished off some  models that have not been getting any attention with one thing and another, now have enough for a good size game without having to borrow models.

Last infantry and NCO with a halberd, who should be pretty handy up close--just the standard rules in the book make him the equal of an Indian Warchief:


Some civilians with makeshift weapons, who can be used either in scenarios or as part of a "Frontier" force, with another frontiersman:


And everyone together:


Waiting on some models to come in to add some light infantry and rangers to this force.