Monday, 24 February 2014

Hamburg Tactica Photo Dump!

Lützen 1632

Liebertwolkwitz 14.10.1813 


Black Powder


Field of Glory

Field of Glory Renaissance



NUTS! - Night drop, June 6th, 1944

Die Kanonen von Saint Marcouf 

Behind Omaha

Bolt Action - Die Schlacht bei Tilly-sur-Seulles

In clouds of glory - WW1 Air Combat in actual 3D

Goblin Soccer

Acht Colts für Miranda Springs - Fistful of Lead (Old West)

Operation URSA

Triumph & Tragedy

Reanimated - Skirmish of the dead 

Walking DAD

Triumphus et Tragoedia

La isla de cullo de Pollo

Die Schlacht an den Furten des Isen

 White Death

 New Perry Twin Plastic Dismounted MAA

 Bolt Action by Warlords 

Friday, 21 February 2014

Numidian Light Horse

A small unit of Numidian light horse to help keeps irritations off the Legions' flank.

To pre-empt debate on Numidian skin tones, these are from a tribe to the western edge of Numidian North Africa. ;-)

More to follow next week, when I hope to give you a post-Tactica photo dump.

If Jim Bibbly turns up in any of them, I will warn you in advance to avoid any unpleasantness.

Wednesday, 19 February 2014

Spring Offensive V

The third of the battalions, Fergusson's Regiment of Foot, which in due course became 26th Regiment.

Although in English service, Fergussan's was a Scottish regiment and carried the White Saltire on its colours (nicely produced by Flags of War).

The thistle design on the grenadier cap is speculative.

Tuesday, 18 February 2014

Great Northern War II

Another test paint. This time a Front Rank figure painted up to represent an officer from Prins Georgs Regiment c.1704.

After so long in foreign service, he is somewhat more elaborately dressed than the norm and wears a sash in British colours. Opinion on the tunic colour is mixed. With grey and blue being the top two options I went for a pragmatic grey-blue ;-)

Monday, 17 February 2014

Tuesday, 4 February 2014

Great Northern War I

Very early days, but a taster to what is to come:

The figure was given out at Crisis 2013 in Antwerp and has been painted to represent an officer of the Danish Livgard til Fods c.1704. He'll eventually join the brigade command stand alongside another officer who is still on the painting tray and a commander yet to be identified...

Monday, 3 February 2014

Spring Offensive IV

The last of the Foot Guards took some time, but I expect they'll be the most intricate unform I'll face with the British force at least. So here are the right flank companies:

The 1st Foot Guards advancing in review order:

Lord North and Grey's battalion awaiting to march on:

Both battalions take to the field: