Saturday, August 18, 2007

RSM Fedorans


A grenadier from the von Spade regiment, and the Garde du Corps!!

10 comments:

Snickering Corpses said...

Which of the RSM sets is the Garde du Corps figure?

Fitz-Badger said...

Splendid!

Bluebear Jeff said...

These look wonderful. Congratulations and keep up the good painting.


-- Jeff

Ed Youngstrom said...

The Garde du Corps is from the RSM Prussian Cuirassier pack, SYWP-CC.

Thanks for the compliments...the painters in Sri Lanka appreciate it!

Ed

tidders said...

Nicely painted figs. I like the horse.

The more I see of the RSM figs the more I feel like buying some - something to add to my figs purchase list !

-- Allan

Fitz-Badger said...

Posting here, Ed, so you don't miss it (will also post comment on my blog):
regarding the images for my flags - many of them came from http://etc.usf.edu/clipart/searchEverything.php

Stokes Schwartz said...

Hello there Ed,

Hey, those are sharp looking figures you've painted! Proof yet again that RSM95s are becoming THE figure line with which to build up 18th century forces. How about treating us to photos of the entire two units (drool, drool, drool)?

Enjoy the day,

Stokes Schwartz

MurdocK said...

Once completed a 'grande parade' is called for!

Ed Youngstrom said...

Agreed! Pictures to follow completion, but it (sadly) won't be soon.

Der Alte Fritz said...

A very attractive looking army you have there. I am enjoying looking over your uniform plates. It's always good to see well painted RSM figures.

best regards,

Alte Fritz

http://altefritz.blogspot.com