I figure that these figures would fit into the MWWBK era. Oshiro miniature are brand new for this company. These figures would be in the Boxer Rebellion time period. Oshiro Link:Oshiro modelterrrainBac Ninh Miniature &nbs…
Another away-day, this time to Shrewsbury, where I took these images.The image below was a modern reproduction of a timber framed building which I thought caught the traditional construction style very well.Tony
Cute wasn’t what I was actually aiming for … heck who am I kidding, it totally was. Sugar, spice, unicorns, rainbows, care bears, you name it. If it was cutesy in any way, it was running through my mind as I settled on a colour scheme to weave such t…
|Witam szanowne państwo-draństwo na Danse Macabre i zapraszam do lektury oraz komentowania kolejnego wydania Zebranych z tygodnia, cyklu który na blogu ukazuje się od #315 tygodni.
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Just some additional pictures of my first Impetvs bases.
While not a mathemagician anywhere of the calibre as the redoubtable Mr Miles, I have found myself tainted by his interest in some of the stats around AHPC.
So here are some completely self indulgent figures and graphics that will mean little to an…
Using the figures from my earlier post ,the forces of Shiva defeat Department X in the ruins of Killall Castle …..The Guru and his RH manThere be treasureoooh and scrolls of magicAdd captionThe Destroyer begins to live up to his name…and the winner…
Hello and welcome to Inso’s World again.This week has been another slow one on the hobby front, with visits from family and shelf building taking priority over my hobby… especially seeing as my hobby mojo has left the building at the moment.Fortunate…
Are you aware of subscription boxes? I must admit that it was something that had completely slipped past my radar until my son Josh recently started getting a box every month containing various geek goodies (A T-shirt, plus other merchandise bits and pieces). I’m not sure if he uses Lootcrate or Superloot for this. Subscription boxes are a service where you sign up to receive a box every month. The boxes are themed, usually around a hobby or pastime, but are essentially a completely blind purchase – part of the appeal lies in mystery of “What have I got this month?” I was contacted by George Kleanthous of Model Box, and asked if I was interested in reviewing this product, especially since the March box had a theme of ‘War’. This is a brief description of the product from Model Box themselves: Model Box is a monthly subscription box designed for wargamers, collectors and painters. Similar to other subscription boxes (like Loot Crate), each month’s box is based on a theme. Our boxes contain at least 1 miniature, paints and a mixture of other accessories for our hobby such as brushes, scenery, terrain materials etc. Model Box Mission Statement: There are hundreds of […]
A small figure build this time, which I created for an LAKC contest on Facebook in which you could take home a Spiderman Super Jumper polybag.Unfortunatly, he didn`t take home the win, but never the less I thought I’d share him here.His pilum is a cust…
The other Friday night we had a game set during the Vietnam war. The rules we used were AK 47.I hadn’t read the rules and this was really just a run through to try them out.The Americans were already on the table along with a number of obje…
Beautiful sunny day although it is still sharply cold at this time, Mothers Day of course and I have already given my mother a thought or two and shortly will be preparing breakfast in bed for the mother of my warriors just to keep in the good books. B…
Here’s what I painted over the past 3 months as part of this year’s Challenge. To be honest, the amount surprised me but at least I’m ready for Historicon. As previously reported my final score was 4,125 points – not bad as it managed…
Here we are with another week of gathering stuff for my crazy ideas and moc builds.The first thing I got was an exchange for the old Elsa set with a mate, and this gave me a Star Wars First Order microfighter and the Green Lantern sets in return.I also…
Just a quick shout out to these fine plastic kits being put out by North Star Military Figures for Ospreys games , Frostgrave. I know I have previously mentioned my dislike for plastic kits, as I like to say I have gotten too old to be fiddl…
Well we made the annual trip to Adepticon today, about a 90 minute drive from the new digs. I had not planned on going this year, and I was not a badge holder simply a spectator. My kids convinced me to go at the last minute so we made the trip for abo…
From the Facebook megalot, comes this character, Molik Karn. I really like the color of this guy. He’s some form of cyclops warrior. Skorne’s Japanese-influenced armor really make this very colorful. He was fun to paint up, with the demonic-looking me…
I have come very close to missing the post tonight. Having posted at least daily for three months now I really didn’t want to miss the deadline. My other half tells me the clocks are going forward as well which really would have cut into me time to pos…
Time to test another of the scenarios from the upcoming GWSH Scenario Book which focusses on East Prussia and the battles of Gumbinnen and Tannenberg. I chose the scenario that represents the fighting around Potschlauken on 17 August 1914.Two regiments…
This is my Valhallan Imperial Guard Army as of today, once again not so much an army as a collection of figures. This army started life in the mid 90’s (95?) as a 2nd Ed army, 42 figures and 3 vehicles gave me a 1500pt army that while not a kille…
The boxed set contains a full strength section of Australian Independent Company Commandos, being 10 men. They are equipped in a historically typical fashion with 6 sub machine guns, 1 Bren light machine gun and 4 Lee Enfield rifles. One of those rifles has a scope and the sub machine guns are the iconic, Australian designed and made Owen Gun. These really help to give the models that Australian look.
The sculptor, the talented Steve Saleh, has taken this further by really paying close attention to period photos of the men he is representing in miniature. Take a look at this photo on the left and you’ll see what I mean. He has managed to capture the rugged look of the men of these units. They often sported beards as they would be out on 12 day long patrols in the jungle, behind Japanese lines.
The style of beret worn by the Australian Commando units is also slightly different to their more well known British counterparts. Less a sign of elite status and more a practical piece of jungle head gear, the miniatures again capture that individualistic approach to uniform regulations in the Australian Independent Companies.
The sculpting is fantastic, and the equipment and uniforms are accurate, so I give these 5 out of 5 Owen Guns. Okay, onto how to paint your Pacific Australians.