Sunday, October 15, 2017

Ottoman Dragoons - Old Glory Miniatures

These fine lads I have just finished basing for Baroque represent a unit of Ottoman Dragoons for the Eastern half of the Empire. They are a mix of Imperial Mercenaries Dragoons and Anatolic/Slav infantry from the excellent 28mm Old Glory Eastern Renaissance range. I have place a few spare shields on them to present a more Ottoman feel to the unit. The figures were painted by Leroy Simpson and are the last unit I had to base for John Maguire's massive Ottoman Army, which I can not wait to see on the table again.


MichaƂ Kucharski said...

Excellent work!

Phil said...

Top notch painting and basing, as always!

Phil Curran said...

They look really good and a topic you don't see much of.

Marcin Sowa said...

Hi, Nice paint job. The problem is, that Turks did not have such a formations like dragoons at all. Sometime segbans (semens) used horses for moving to the battlefield, but they werent dragoons.

Gordon Richards said...

Superb job as always!

Moiterei_1984 said...

Nicely done! Not a period I know much about, but they certainly look the part.

The Kiwi said...

They look really nice. Nice mix with foot and horses. cheers

Vinnie said...

Thanks for the great comments everyone. I understand they did not have Dragoons as such in the Ottoman Army however this is just a game representation for a set of rules.



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