I think the Cossack's attitude may have rubbed off on them, they don't seem to want to stay in focus either.
Monday, March 9, 2020
Wow, two post in one month. I must be ill or something. I just have a quick post with a few pictures today (I don’t want to get carried away with this posting like a real blogger or something). Crazy busy at work this month, hopefully next month I can get back to working on my long neglected Otherwhere Renaissance-ish Campaign. I really need to finish that map.
As mentioned earlier in reviewing my unit rosters for our local Theater of War campaign I realized that I was woefully short of Cossacks. So, into the lead pile I dove, and came up with another shinny bag of lead that has begging for paint for probably years,
These are Old Glory Cossacks, with Firearms. I figure these should work from basically the Renaissance to at least the Napoleonic period. Being surly uncooperative Cossack types, they refused to stay in focus. Figures.
And lastly, for something completely different a unit of formed Transylvanian Hand gunners to supplement my Hungarian Renaissance forces.
Hopefully the next post will be more in-depth and less rushed.
So much lead, so little time.