These are the standard infantrymen for the Swedish/Finnish army of the war of 1808-09. The grey uniform with yellow cuffs and collars is the uniform of the Savolax infantry regiment. The regiment had two battalions, which were in turn subdivided into four “half-battalions” in at least some of the battles in Finland. In practice, theContinue reading “1808 Finnish infantry”
Category Archives: Perry Miniatures
One of the Karelian dragoons by Perry. The dragoons were attached to the famous Savolax brigade during the Finnish war in 1808-1809. The Karelian dragoons were not a full regiment, only a couple of squadrons. But as there were few other cavalry units in Finland, they were present at many engagements. The uniforms are amongContinue reading “Karelian dragoons”
These are some of Perry’s swedish napoleonic infantry. For a long time I hesitated about working on this project as I found it very difficult to make good-looking flags. There is only one or two manufacturers of suitable flags for this scale, and I didn’t particularly like them. So, I tested a few techniques andContinue reading “Hand-painted flags”
And some more swedes…
Russian hussar officer
I am slightly unsure about the uniform on this figure, please let me know if you notice any inaccuracies. This certainly is a lovely figure by Perry, although some details are very small so that it was a bit tricky to paint. This will work both as a leader for my Mariupol hussars and asContinue reading “Russian hussar officer”
Russian 1812 Mariupol hussars
1812 Russian jägers
These are Perry and Foundry miniatures, metal jägers in skirmish poses. Hope to add many more of these.
Napoleonic French dragoons
A small squadron of very hastily painted French dragoons, plastics by Perry miniatures.
Finnish army of 1808
Perry miniatures have released a very nice range of Swedish/Finnish miniatures for the 1808-1809 war with Russia relatively recently. The figures are very nice and the campaign seems perfect for small scale skirmish wargaming, such as Sharp Practice or other systems. Of course I ordered some of these soon after they were released. So far,Continue reading “Finnish army of 1808”