Reorganizing also makes one consider the direction to take in further figure acquisition and painting projects. After a lot of thought, I have decided to abandon strict adherence to Orders of Battle to build forces, and go with something that is more wargaming friendly. I have found Lasalle's Army Builder, the best thought out and the most user friendly resource available. I have compared multiple OB's for many armies and find that it is quite easy to graft an historical OB's on to the Army Builder and come up with quite a coherent and historical result.
I was actually surprised how much of the French Army List, I had completed for Peninsular theatre. As you can see from the following, I easily crossed off multiple options; including the Core Attack Division as well as 3 of the 4 Organic Infantry Brigades and am on the way for a brigade from Reserve Infantry Division.
Anyway here are a few snaps; no new units I am afraid, but the big units do look nice. And should, of course mention, that these units are based for both Field of Battle and Republic to Empire wargaming rulesets.
Core Infantry Division: Foundry figures painted 3 years ago.
Core Divisional Artillery Battery unlimbered ready for action.
Well time to get on to the Anglo-Portuguese Army!!!(19417)