Units crossing over from the unpainted to painted side are:
- British 60th Rifle Regiment - one battalion (Elite Miniatures)
- British 3rd Heavy Dragoon Regiment - two squadrons (Front Rank)
- British 10th Hussar Regiment - two squadrons (Front Rank)
- British 30th Foot Regiment - one battalion (Old Glory)
- British Coldstream Guard - one battalion (Front Rank)
- KGL 2nd Heavy Dragoon Regiment - two squadrons (Front Rank)
- French 4th Legere Regiment - one battalion (Front Rank)
- French Chasseur a Cheval Regiment - two squadrons (Front Rank)
- Swiss 4th Line Regiment - one battalion (Sash & Saber)
- Vistula Legion 2nd Regiment - one battalion (Front Rank)
Good progress on reducing The Lead Pile but more left to be accomplished. I will continue adding more Napoleonic units into the project on an irregular basis but this push just finished provides a very good jump start to my 2015 project goals. I do need to go back and paint individual skirmishers for each of the foot units once I make a resupply order from Front Rank.
One surprise to me was that even after two months of focus, I still enjoyed painting 28mm Napoleonics at the end of March. In fact, the blitz could have extended longer but other projects were crying out for some attention. Which project will be receiving a bit more attention? The answer is the 1859 project. On the painting desk are units from both Lancashire and Old Glory. Mirliton figures will be showing up as well.