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

Sunday, April 15, 2018

France Cavalry Berry

 The French are preparing for our summer battle this year for a bad render-vous with the Prussians. Last battle they lost against Frederick and the hunger of vengeance is big. The regiment of the Duc de Berry has beautiful colors and is one of the Gentleman regiment of the King. I hope they will fight well...
Wonderful miniatures of Sash&Saber...







19 comments:

  1. Peter,
    Once again very atmospheric photographs of beautifully painted miniatures.
    Regards
    John

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    1. Dear John, it´s always an honor to see you passing here. Thank you very much!
      Peter

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    1. So kind! Thank you very much!!
      Peter

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  3. A fine looking regiment, Prussians beware.

    Jim

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    1. Haha! I hope... my nephew will lead the Prussians...

      Thank you for writing me
      Peter

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  4. As always I have to remind myself that these are photos of miniatures, not paintings.

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    1. Oh that´s a real and deep compliment, I really appreciate. Thank you so much, Ross!
      Peter

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  5. My, my I love your photos...captbill

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    1. Oh Bill, this is a joy to read - thank you so much!
      Peter

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  6. Just wonderful. You paimt faces so well, you really produce characters.

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    1. Thank you, Hans, but the faces of the Sash&Saber are already well done, so it´s just a pleasure to paint them.
      Peter

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  7. Wonderful photos, love the flag, look forward to the summer battle, not sure if the French will beat the Prussians, but this unit will certainly look the part.

    Paul

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    1. Yes, Paul, me too, I am not sure if the French can beat the Prussians... but looking good on the battlefield is already a victory, no?
      Thank you for your comment!
      Peter

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  8. Beautiful photos as usual; love the way you have used the blur tool, very skilful. Thank you, as ever, for the treat I get when visiting your blog.
    Chris
    http://notjustoldschool.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. Thank you Chris! The blur is just an effect to make boring pictures more real.... shame on me..
      Peter

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  9. Derrière la brume (ou la fumée?), des détails splendides, une charge impressionnante, et toujours un énorme plaisir à savourer!

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    1. Oh Phil, tu trouves toujours des mots fleuris et chaleureux que je suis très flatté!! merci mille fois!!
      Peter

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  10. Qu'en est-il de cette magnifique charge de cavalerie? Les figures, avec des visages si expressifs, sont prodigieuses, la peinture et les photos ils n'ont pas de comparaison.

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