22 August 2008

A Painting Progress Update. . .

Project Start: Mid-July 2006

Anticipated Completion: December 2010

Painted Units As of August 22, 2008:

Grand Duchy of Stollen

Regiment

Unpainted

In Progress

Painted

2nd (Von Laurenz) Musketeers (60)



x

Jäger zu Fuβ Battalion (32)



x

(Grand Duchess Sonja’s Own) Leib Grenadiers (60)



x

6th (Princess Nene’s) Infantry (60)

x



Von Auflauf Frei Infantry Regt. (60)

x



4th Sapper Battalion (32)

x



11th (Turducken) Hussars (30)

x



4th (Trakehnen) Dragoons (30)



x

13th (Von Bredowske’s) Cuirassiers (30)


x


1st (Princess Waltraud’s) Battery (13)



x

2nd (Pillau-Zerbst) Battery (13)

x



3rd (Zeller-Schwarzekatze) Battery (13)

x







Total Figures Painted – 195/433




Electorate of Zichenau

Regiment

Unpainted

In Progress

Painted

Ermland Garde (The “Newts”) (80)



x

O’Malley’s Irish Grenzers (32)



x

7th (Flickenhoffer’s) Fusiliers. (80))

x



Electoral (Freiherr Wilhelm’s) Pioneer Battalion (32)



x

Independent Company, Wolmar-Bock Regt. (21)



x

3rd (Prinz Ernst-Augusts’) Hussars (30)

x



Garde Grenadiere zu Pferd (30)



x

1st (Pillau-Reuss) Foot Artillery (13)



x





Total Figures Painted – 208/318




* 8th (Pillau-Zerbst and Pillau-Reuss) Regiment (80)
* 5th (Provincial) Chasseurs zu Pferd (30)

Total Figures in Project: Approximately 750

Figures Painted to Date: 403

Painting Halfway Point: 375

* Not part of Young and Lawford’s order of battle for Sittangbad. I’ll add these units later at my leisure once the “Sittangbad-sized” order of battle above is filled, raising the total of figures to approximately 860.

**Note: Figure totals do not include generals and ADC’s.

3 comments:

Bluebear Jeff said...

Stokes,

Impressive progress and excellent planning. I'm impressed (and a bit jealous of your organization).

Keep it up, my friend.


-- Jeff

MurdocK said...

Don't forget to include the date of the first tabletop battle!

Then how many you have gone thru since!

This means August 11: Pelznikkel.
Then a short note of how many troops were involved on each side and the victorious general and whom he defeated.

Start with a set of recordings like that and a decade from now you may even be able to retrace notable officers careers!

tidders said...

Stokes,

you have great discipline to maintain so neat a progress list

I had a similar list on a scrap of paper to start with - but after that I just painted what I felt like.

-- Allan

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