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  • n. Alternative form of shabrack.


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  • I have one more squadron to paint, but they have been pushed back to the end of the que because I am simply tired of painting all of that dreaded hussar detail, particularly the Van Dyking on the shabraque.

    Minden Austrian Infantry

  • The uniform was not difficult to paint, but I had a rather hard time painting the shabraque with its yellow Van Dyking atop of the red field.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • You might try the shabraque, etc. as shown on Project Seven Years War.

    Alt Modena Cuirassiers

  • I didn't paint the details on the shabraque for this unit.

    Alt Modena Cuirassiers

  • While some people are good at painting such details, I am not and I find that it tends to clutter the appearance of the figure, so I often pick the prodominant color of the shabraque and its edging and just use those colors.

    Alt Modena Cuirassiers

  • The trooper and shabraque has been completely repainted in this example.

    New Clothes For Old Veterans

  • Eventually I hope to have time to paint a couple more squadrons of von Kleist hussars, for these are rather spectacular looking uniforms, with the red dolman and breeches, and green pelise, and green and red shabraque with van dyking.

    Von Kleist Frei-husaren

  • On the back of the grey he placed a magnificent leopard-skin shabraque.

    Lion Of Macedon

  • A steed most richly housed, with _shabraque _decked

    Malayan Literature

  • Our method was at once effective and simple: if halting, we took off our clothes and sat on them; if riding, they were placed under the leathern shabraque of the mule's saddle, or under any article of similar material, bed or bag, that lay on the camel's pack.

    The Art of Travel Shifts and Contrivances Available in Wild Countries


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