As I was digging around the bottom of the lead pile looking for the last two figures I needed for the Spearman unit I plan to start soon I stumbled upon these. I think I bought them to be fortress guns, but they could work just as well as Naval guns, in my opinion. Figures are Old Glory.
I painted them up based on how I recall the guns being on the USS Constitution the last time I was there, way back in December of 2019 before the world went to $#it.
These look like 24 pounders when I compare them to the Old Glory 12 pounders.
These look like 32 pounders to me.
And here's the whole lot.
Maybe it's time to build a fortress, or Port defenses?
I'm supposed to be working on a unit of Renaissance troops, and since I found these in the pile, I painted these up.
A commander with his loyal retainer. To bad the retainer has an arrow in his thigh. I bet that hurt.
A slightly better view of the arrow.
But wait, there's more!
Not sure what I'll do with these, but I liked the figures so I had to paint them. They seem more appropriate for a vignette not necessarily a command stand. They aren't based yet, but here they are.
And if you thought the arrow in the thigh looked painful, how about this poor chap?
I promise I'll get back to work on the Renaissance figures for Outlandishian Chronicles soon. But after having cranked out over 350 vehicles and 450+ (really tiny) infantry figures for the Eurica Campaign, I need to paint some 'fun' stuff.
Take care and stay safe.
So much lead, so little time.