Wargaming the Seven Years War with 40mm miniatures, done by: Johann-Peter Scheck and Anselm Scheck

Sunday, October 2, 2016

Russian Infantry regiment Schlisselburg


Meanwhile I finished 3 new regiments, the first of them I would like to present you today: it´s the Russian line Infantry Regiment of Schlisselburg, the very beautiful town nearby St. Petersburg.
The privates are of Matthias-Manske, the officer is a Trident jewel (AWI Hessians range).
Their summer dress were worn for the campaigns in Poland and Pomerania.







23 comments:

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    1. Thanks, Ray! I took the last sun rays here to go out with them for shooting!
      Peter

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  2. L'ambiance est une nouvelle fois parfaite : superbes photos, les regards sont magnifiques, et les détails (uniformes et extérieurs) époustouflants! Bravo!

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    1. Tu exagères, mais je me sens flatté.... :-). Merci bien pour tes mots, Phil! Toujours enchanté de t´accueillir ici!
      Peter

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  3. Exquisite! The officer is most definitely a marvellous sculpt.
    Regards
    John

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    1. Indeed! The Trident miniatures always have a particular identity which makes every base more alive.
      Thank you for your comment!
      Peter

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  4. A fine looking regiment. There's something very appealing about 40mm figures

    Jim

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    1. Thank you, Jim - the 40mm scale has its advantages, but it takes longer to paint them...
      Peter

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    1. thanks to the sunny autumn for giving some light effects... Thank you, Allan!
      Peter

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  6. Wonderful photos as usual, Peter, love the red uniforms against the corn colour of the long grass and atmospheric "mist" effect, well done.

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    1. Thank you so much, Chris! It ´s an honor to get such words from a painter!! I am so glad!
      Peter

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  7. Absolutely marvelous, very inspiring...

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    1. You are always welcome here, Bill, thank you for your words - make me happy!
      Peter

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  8. Such character and intersting photography. Well done!

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    1. Thank you, Jonathan - so appreciated!
      Peter

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  9. You're back...and with a great looking regiment.
    Best regards, Simon

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    1. Oh, Simon, that was a long break with painting indeed! Thank you for not forgetting my blog!
      Peter

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  10. Comme toujours, un terrain unique, de grandes figures et les photos réalisées avec une atmosphère parfaite. Chaleureuses salutations de la lointaine République Argentine

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    1. Merci à toi, pour revenir ici chaque fois - tes commentaires me donnent la force pour continuer plus vite et plus intensif!! Merci beaucoup!!

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  11. L'ambiance est une nouvelle fois parfaite : superbes photos, les regards sont magnifiques, et les détails (uniformes et extérieurs) époustouflants! Bravo!
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