I modeled King William III depicted in the fighting around Donore graveyard in the closing hours of the Battle of the Boyne. This fantastic Warfare Miniature presents a stark contrast to that of King James II and represents the different manner of leadership they employed. King William III is accompanied by a trooper from Wolseley's Enniskillen regiment.
The base was constructed from a piece of pink insulation foam, sculpted with a hobby knife to resemble stone and textured in the same manner as my bases. I attached the models with a hot glue gun because superglue melts the foam. The fences are bits of off-cuts left over from basing one of my Danish Horse regiments last week.
More Glorious Revolution models coming up - Dutch Grenadiers, two squadrons of Schomberg's Horse, and Duke Schomberg himself!