Wargaming the Seven Years War with 40mm miniatures, done by: Johann-Peter Scheck and Anselm Scheck

Monday, June 20, 2011

Prussia: König Friedrich II. mit Stabsoffizier

I put some new pics now of this set because I wasn´t happy with the former images..





























Dear readers - sorry for my late posting in this blog after a while of silence - it´s dued to the big preparations to our battle wargame in july in Switzerland, when we will celebrate the annual, big family-battles. We will meet at our relatives there and place our armies for one or two big battles, involving Prussia (5 reg.), Russia (6 reg.), France (6 reg.), Saxony (2 reg.) and - the first time - Sweden (4 reg.). It´s still in discussion, which armies will be allied and  in which combination - we will see. So, the last weeks, I was occupied with the new terraining for the battlefield (ground 2,50m of 1,40m)  and some artillery-trains. More about this later.

Today I would like to present you the figures of Frederick II. with his guard officer, mounted on horses. The figures are from Matthias Manske and again delicious pieces of his edition.
I placed Frederick on a round plate (as seen at the Alte-Fritz-Blog) to check the effect. The guard officer is placed separately to give him the freedom to move during the battle and to take more positions: officer of the 1st regiment or the guard of the king.
I did again - just for fun - a montage with some backgrounds - this time a bavarian landscape, taken a few minutes from my home.


4 comments:

  1. Very nice, sir.

    Good luck in the "Family Battles".


    -- Jeff

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  2. Fantastic work...
    Enjoy the family battles when they come!
    best wishes
    Alan

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  3. Thanks Jeff, thank you, Tradgardmastare! I will post pics from the battles in july - still in preparations..
    Monseigneur

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  4. I look forward to the battles. It was a miracle when Frederick had more than one ally at the same time.

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