Excellent job and a timely reminder that I need to check I have enough French command for Waterloo.
Thanks Sun. Now I'm working on a miniature portrait (15mm AB) of Murat. It should take me a while to get that one down.
Really nice Mark! I need to get some more French done soon.With the napoleonic Facebook group, are there a lot of members? I came away from Facebook however if there is an active friendly naps group I would consider joining up again.
Yes, Paul. The group name is The Napoleonic Wargamer. There are all sorts of interesting things on there - I made sure to note your blog, so if you see more activity than usual over the last couple weeks, that's where it is likely coming from. Here's the URL: https://www.facebook.com/groups/247145792126789/
Thanks Mark,Have you thought of making a video of your figures? I've started doing youtube videos and there are a good number of napoleonic painters on there. It's a friendly community.
Paul - I've seen some of your vids, and I like them very much. I'm wondering how a guy with the last name of "Alba" is Scottish? I like hearing the accent (I'm American), so I'll be sure to keep checking them out. The thing is I don't know what I'd post - maybe a paper flag tutorial, or a base making tutorial? I'll mull that over for a while.
Alba (pronounced Alaba) is Gaelic for Scotland Mark, just chat in a video, show some figs and discuss your love of all things 15mm
Hi Mark,Well I rejoined Facebook under Paulalba Scotland to join the napoleonic group and requested to join however it looks like I maybe out of luck?When trying to view it comes back as unable to view the link? Hmmm
It takes a little while before they get back to you. Love to see your stuff on the FB group!
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