Could it not be a Lt Colonels? In English regiments the colonels was usually a solid block colour and then Lt Colonels was St George and Major St George and some sort of pile wavy? I could be totally wrong though
The 1700 walloon tercio the musketeer in the creamy, beige/brown coat, is that what the French were using in the 1680-90s?. As I've seen some paintings were the uniform is definitely not grey like you see in the 1700s
Hi what colour would best suit WWII British uniforms, I use vallejo paints, I see one called English uniform but it looks far to dark and as I use agrathax shade it would probably be even darker and just look a brown mess!
I'm using 20mm scale figures AB stunning miniatures
I'd go with the British as they have the gaitors over their stockings and the coat and sleeve have hoops/lace on buttons and use bearskin grenadiers for grenadiers think there under the generic WSS figures
That is true we are not all the same size, its probably just wargames miniature enthusiasts who must have every man the same hight and build same sized shoes and waists it's a good job we are not real military Commanders we would have no troops!
The command figures are nice but they are much smaller in size as in noticeably smaller but they match perfect for the Grand Alliance range, Foundry are a larger 28mm scale? I've never bought them before I'll give them a go
Bought a few dixon minis see how they look and in a sub section there is a small range of The Army of Louis XIV the figures are very nice especially like the firing figures and have proper chunky cuffs! Only part letting them down is no Command eg standard barer and officers drummer and the grand al...
Just found a pack from Front Rank of French shoulder ribbons from years ago, and they fit perfectly to the apostle equipped troops at the ready pose! Don't know why that's excited me but it has hahahaha