After my 40mm and then 20mm digressions, its back to the 28mm figures.
The 1st Regimente of Infantry of the Line, Kingdom of Italy is now complete. With casualty marker and skirmishers. They turned out OK - would that I could get a finish like the figures by Giles (Tarleton's Quarter) or Dave (Saxon Dog) but I'm reasonably happy with the results. I spent a bit of extra time on the basing and used rocks and grass - although the grass (grasfaser - dunkelgrun) is a little too dark for my liking. After seeing Dave's results with dipping (the Army Painter system?) I'm tempted to try it. It may save time rather than innumerable washes.
After doing that tutorial on my 'you-beaut' methods of painting white uniforms I'm ashamed to say I ended up using an inferior white acrylic in which the pigment was too coarse. With the heat it dried too fast leaving an unfortunate chalky finish which I couldn't always disguise. Best thing you could say about it was that it took the washes well!
I'll photograph the full regimente, skirmish and casualty sets again as the heat is affecting both the photographer and his equipment!
I'll post some more of the other skirmish & casualties and a WIP of the latter as I've got some of the Perry's from the French Heavy Cav box and Frankenstein-like I have been slicing and dicing to create more dead 'uns!