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Battle of Aliwal 1846

Battle of Aliwal 1846
By Michael Perry

Saturday, 20 October 2012

The Defeated



Hi gents,
Here we have the defeated and the victors after the battle.

Captured standards.


The vanquished

Much needed victuals.

Back at the camp.

Time to get a washing out.

All these by the war office

The french figure holds a captured standard also.

A game of cards.

Time for a kip.
That's all for now but I have been busy this week with more Hussite's being painted and some French foreign legion added so much more to come.
Thanks for having a look
Best wishes
Willie

21 comments:

  1. Every time I look through your blog I am amazing by the brilliance of it. This like the rest of your work is to a very high standard and is a joy to look and a standard to achieve

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  2. Very nice figures, lovely vignettes!

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  3. I agree. The vignettes are great.

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  4. An original subject and incredibly well illustrated! Wonderful ideas, wonderful pictures, wonderful blog!

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  5. A superb looking camp with lots going on.

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  6. a fantastic looking diorama with many lovly details. I especially like the card-game on the drum. Congrats!

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  7. woohoo that looks pure awesome
    that inspires me to build such a camp too

    awesome

    greets
    JayCan

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  8. Very nice looking pieces, imaginative as alw always

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  9. Beautiful stuff, love the captured flag scene!

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  10. Another super nice story-board of photos and captions. And I really do like to see paper clothing being blown dried by the wind, while old-timers take a nap!

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  11. Just wonderful, I never tire of perusing this inspirational post. The details are just memorising.

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  12. So many things to like in this post. Fantastic scenes...

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  13. Brilliant diorama, Willie! I can really feel the Spaniards' despair

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  14. Excellent! The little details, like the cards on the drum.
    Cheers
    paul

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  15. Thanks for all the comments Gents!

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  16. what an excellent little scene. Especially the camp does it for me.

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  17. This is wonderfull work! I like the set up very much!

    Greetings
    Peter
    http://www.peterscave.blogspot.be/

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