Sunday, May 3, 2009

The first two units of the new Beerstein Foreign Legion arrive

The Second Battalion of Stummel's Regiment, Frundsberg Frei Stadt march proudly in line.

Frundsberg Frei Stadt form column of march.

Bree's Battery, Royal Regiment of New Wales Artillery, Holy Moroan Kingdom take up their position while the Frundsberg Infantry march past.

Parting shot of the first two units of the newly established Beerstein Foreign Legion.



9 comments:

abdul666 said...

The contrast between the yellow of the Frundesbergers and the dark blue of the New Walers is really pleasant.
If -and no doubt of that- the Beerstein Foreign Legion turns out to be as good as it is glamorous and colorful, it will be an elite outfit of great repute!

trailape said...

The Battery looks magnificent, as does the Infantry.
BRAVO!

ColCampbell50 said...

The "Canaries" look very spiffy. Good luck to them and Bree's Battery in future martial endeavors.

Jim

Fitz-Badger said...

Nice work. Very colorful! The yellowjackets are very distinctive. I bet they come out abuzz and fightin" when they're disturbed. ;-)

CWT said...

Nice yellow coats, which look extremely good in a group. What do you make your flags out of, by the way? Are they just printed on paper?

CWT

Bluebear Jeff said...

They all look good . . . and I like the "yellow jackets".


-- Jeff

Capt Bill said...

CWT,
I print the flags from my computer. Sir David of Not by Appointemnt created the Beerstein flags and emailed them to me. The flags of my Foreign Legion are obtained from the country of origin sites.

tidders said...

Nice looking units. The artillery look good in that redoubt

-- Allan

abdul666 said...

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To make a long story short, Tradition 30mm ‘Willie’ appears as the best source of suitable figures, both designed as such or propitious to conversion.
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