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Eureka Saxon Cuirassiers preview

10 Mar
Eureka Saxon Cuirassiers preview
Saxon Cuirassiers

Saxon Cuirassiers

Now Saxons are nothing that fits my immediate Napoleonic plans. As you know my Völkerschlacht game for next year only involves Prussians and French and I stated too late with Napoleonics to get enough minis done for the 200th anniversary of the Russian campaign. But when I saw the first previews of Eurekas Saxon Cuirassiers I, immediately fell in love with them. I really liked the poses of the charging troopers. So in spite the fact that I do not need them right now, I decided to order enough to do both the Garde du Corps and Zastrow Kürassiere for Borodino. The fact that Eureka will be at Salute and I have a friend who can pick them up for me (thus evading custom fees) was an added bonus :-D.

Now for those who have not seen them, here is the PDF that shows all the sculpts:

100 NAP Saxon H Cavalry

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5 Comments

Posted by on March 10, 2012 in Eureka Miniatures, Nap.: Saxons, Napoleonic

 

5 responses to “Eureka Saxon Cuirassiers preview

  1. Dave

    March 11, 2012 at 06:33

    Oh dear taking a look at that pdf was dangerous, they look very nice indeed. Eureka has such nicely sculpted horses usually and it looks like these are following in that vein, they look like painting up very nicely

     
    • Burkhard

      March 11, 2012 at 09:51

      Oh it is not just the horses… I really love the way the troopers are leaning into the charge. It is a nice change from all those troopers charging in completely right poses!

       
  2. Seen on TV

    March 12, 2012 at 11:07

    Wow… They look really nice!

     
  3. Danl Dunbar

    March 22, 2012 at 10:51

    Yes these look good, I will be buying 3 or 4, just for the fun of painting them, I’m about to start a Napoleonic uniform museum project, starting with some Bavarians.

     
    • Burkhard

      March 23, 2012 at 11:00

      Bavarians are nice, too. Which minis will you go for… Front Rank or Foundry?

       

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