This is the box set from Warlord games, with four casualty figures and a few other figures added. All are metal and are about 80% complete. They will make a great warband to add to the army of Montrose.
Mixed dress and weapons as you would expect, I have some ink pens to apply the tartan at the very end.
A piece of old carpet tile, which I had put away for future use was cut up into rectangles and made into crop or ploughed fields. The usual method of painting the tile, which was a ruby red colour with Mocha acrylic paint to tone it down. Then PVA glue applied to attach the clump foliage around the perimeter and a mix of PVA/water liberally spread to allow flock representing crops on the tiles themselves. The whole thing then was sprayed with hair lacquer and left for about three days to thoroughly dry. They turned out pretty good I think.
Of course my consignment of trees also received some basic treatment. Various sizes and shapes, all were glued onto pennies and flocked, again given a generous coating of hair lacquer to hold everything in place. You can see for yourself how many there are in the containers, with almost another 100 still to be done!
I only ordered one packet of these trees, but they really are excellent and are of a size suitable for my 28mm troops. I will be ordering more packets of these,(they come in tens). I also gave them MDF bases with some rocks, flock and flowers.
The whole lot laid out, so I now have plenty of terrain especially for 6mm but also some can be used for 28mm.
I really did need a shed load of trees to create realistic looking battlefields for my 6mm American Civil War. Trees tended to be in great abundance on most battlefields. This little lot, added to what I already have, should do the job nicely.