With the arrival of the grass tufts from Tajima, the Spanish rebasing activity made great progress this week. When we last checked in on the Spanish-American War land project (Cuba for the Spanish), all infantry figures were singly based and had not seen the light of day (so to speak) for years.
Figures were based in threes and then given a treatment of stain. Bases were then flocked and "bushed" with my newly acquired grass tufts. Below are the finished products as shown on the parade ground. Based in threes, the troops will be much easier to maneuver on the battlefield.
Figures in the last rank in the last picture are actually Cuban rebels not Spanish. Now, I need some opposition for these guys. Opposition awaits in the form of unpainted Old Glory lead at Scott's. I only need to find time to make the trek to Coeur d'Alene to pick them up.