A big part of the hobby to me is digging through illustrations (of whom Michael Bartling seems to have a never ending stream off).
I really always liked the images where dogs accompany uniformed men, or even take action in one way or another. I even bought a Sheppard-set from Foundry just to get my hands on the dog.
I used him with this formation of frenchman.
I soon came to realize that I wanted more dogs on my battlefields and spoke to Michael Bartling about it. We tried to find dog-races that would work in the 7yw too.
You'll see a release of Napoleonic era dogs in the beginning of next year.
Il est gris et triste.
The son exclaimed "he's eating his face!" - I think it's a touching image.
Again quite touching.
Healthy peasant with his dog.
Wealthy peasant with his dogs.
Well-known picture. :--)
I love the facial exression of the riding bloke.
A Hunters dog.
I hope you liked the images.
1811, la destinée du capitaine Barrit en Espagne...The destiny of Captain Barrit in Spain ... - *In the evening of battle, the paramedics are busy, the day was bloody ... Captain Barrit, injured in the leg is refreshed... But will he be saved?* *Soir ...
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