The Eureka 15mm Napoleonic miniatures arrived today. These are great quality miniatures that require little to no cleanup. There is detail everywhere, much more than I’m going to bother painting but the great thing is that all the usual weak points such as plumes and bayonets have been sculpted a little thicker to make them stronger. Which will help since these are going to get a bit of handling being used for skirmish gaming.
I was going to use 20mm washers for the infantry and 30mm for the cavalry but decided to go down a slightly different path.
They’re maybe a millimetre or two smaller and they’re not magnetic like the washers would have been but they’re cheaper. And cheap is always good.
All based up we have the Russians to the left and the British to the right.
All done in fifteen minutes and with $1.10 worth of “bases” left over. I’ll leave then to dry tonight and I’ll start painting the Russians tomorrow night.