Steve - this blog - hosted a game over at his house, using his 15mm Crusades armies with Impetus being the rules.
I can't comment on the game, as I'd not slept much the night before, so I went home to get some much needed sleep.
So what am I up to, in light of now being a member of a club? 15mm Seven Years War, Anglo-Hanoverian army, that's what. John (another club member) has a large Freikorp15 French army, which he's rebased for Honours of War, and I've decided to collect an opposing force to allow the group and myself to use. [I'm also collecting 28mm Ancient Germans, but that's another story.]
I sent off for a trial order to Total System Scenics / QRF, who own the Freikorp15 range now, and received the small order from them the other day. Last night I painted a couple of test figures, to learn the paint colour order to 'assembly line paint' the Musketeer figures and generally see what I can do in the scale - as I've only previously dabbled in Peter Pig bits.
I've organised the paints I'll be using into lines based on order-of-use. 1st Layer line being what I'll use first, and then I'll progress to the 2nd Layer, where I paint the contrasting paint layer atop the darker 1st Layer colours.
No idea how long it will take me to paint a 20 figure battalion - and make the flags - but I may as well blog about it, to help motivate me.
Next posts will be Colonel Bill posts, as there's a lot of new stock - Colonial and Darkest Africa second hand figures - and new releases for the Depot Battalion range to show.