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A mythical beast - a female wargamer! I got back into wargaming in the summer of 2011 after a very, very long break. My current interests are Ancients, ACW, 30YW and SciFi gaming.

Sunday, 17 July 2016

Army Review - SYW Russians

Over the next few days/weeks I'll be doing a series of posts showing off all my various armies as they stand right now. 

To kick things off, here are my Seven Years War Russians:



Cuirassiers - Novotroitskiy; Kazanskiy; (3rd) Minichovskiy; Kievskiy

Rear - Voronezhkiy; Schlusselburgskiy
Front - Apsheronskiy; Astrakhanskiy

1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th Grenadiers

Rostovskiy; Uglitskiy; Tchernigovskiy; Novgorodskiy

Rear - Muromskiy; Viatskiy
Front - Arkhangelogorodskiy; Riazanskiy

Serbskiy & Vengerskiy hussars; Sankt Peterburgskiy horse grenadiers; Tverskiy dragoons; Zeltiy & Slobodskiy hussars

I didn't include the two loose guns or the fusiliers in this round-up.

I have got an order of cavalry reinforcements from Essex on the way - four more regiments of dragoonsor horse grenadiers; two more regiments of hussars; a spare hussar command pack to paint up as a command stand; and two wagons

19 comments:

  1. Fantastic, great idea. May do mine later in the year

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  2. Absolutely wonderful Tamsin! You're making me want to do SYW. Again!

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  3. Nice work on these - I always your ability to get stuff done!

    Markus

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  4. SYW is one of my favorite periods. I recently finished some Swiss troops. Congrats on your Russians!
    - Jeff

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  5. Wow. Very impressive, T.

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  6. Lovely line up.

    Cheers,

    Pete.

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  7. That is one impressive looking collection!

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  8. When you see all of them together, it makes all the hard work you put in seem worthwhile! Well done!

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  9. Great job with your kick-off.

    Happy New Week :-)

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  10. What a great idea and a great army to kick it off!

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  11. Super painting, and I'm sure Fred's worried! You do know, I suppose, that they tended to discard the green coat for comfort in battle, and fought in a red jecket?

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  12. Real impressive - love the effect of these en-mass.

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  13. @ Martin C - cheers! Look forward to seeing yours :)

    @ Neil Scott - thanks! :)

    @ Millsy - cheers old boy! Go on - you know you want to :)

    @ Clint - thanks! :)

    @ fireymonkeyboy - cheers! I'd get even more done if I really committed myself [and didn't have to go to work...] :)

    @ Squad Painter - thanks! Swiss - for the French army? :)

    @ Ski - cheers! :)

    @ Pete - thanks! :)

    @ Thomas F - cheers! :)

    @ Ray - thanks! :)

    @ Herkybird - it certainly does :)

    @ Whisk - cheers! And a happy new week to you too :)

    @ Da Gobbo Grotto - it seemed like a good idea on Saturday, although now I've realised just how many of these posts I'll need to do... :)

    @ Alexander H-W - thanks! Sadly, Essex don't do the infantry in summer order [just the red long-sleeved waistcoat] :)

    @ Dannoc - if they're impressive now, just think what they'll be like when my megalomania is satisfied [1 more cuirassier regiment, 17 more musketeers, 4 more horse grenadiers, 2 more dragoons, 4 more hussars, more guns! and a horde of cossacks. You know, just enough to represent all the units that fought in the SYW!!] :)

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