This is my Ork Gunwagon with Kannon. This one of the earlier Forge World models and I got mine back in 2005 (I think, possibly 2006). You can see how I painted and made this model on the workbench feature for it.
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Slow progress with Wild Bill Hickok. Wild Bill Hickok is part of the Foundry OW9/1 Shootists pack. I decided to use a bit of green stuff to texture the base. This will combined with the Citadel Texture make the base look more like a base and less like a coin. I gave his trousers a […]
Another work in progress shot of one of my Old West gunfighters, Bill Longley. I decided to use a bit of green stuff to texture the base. This will combined with the Citadel Texture make the base look more like a base and less like a coin.
Really like the idea and concept of this recent publication by Osprey, Steampunk Soldiers, covers a world which might have been. Steampunk Soldiers is a unique pictorial guide to the last great era of bright and colourful uniforms, as well as an important historical study of the variety of steam-powered weaponry and equipment that abounded […]
I have been sculpting the bases and painting some more Foundry miniatures from their Darkest Africa range that I am going to use with my Tally Ho! rules as well as Old West games. For these models, I decided to use a bit of green stuff to texture the base. This will combined with the […]
Slow but steady progress on my Bolt Action French Partisan Band… Okay just slow progress.
I have continued to paint my Old West Gunslingers, I am hoping to get a few more finished, despite having started to paint some more. This is how far I have got with Judge Guthrie Prentice, compared to previously, I have painted his coat, British Uniform 921. Alas the photographs are a little dark, forgot […]
I was given a laser-etched MDF Stage Coach from Sarissa Precision for Cbristmas, it comes as a piece of laser-etched MDF and a smaller piece of laser-etched card. It was very simple to put together, the card components were quite tricky and you need to watch that you don’t bend or crumple the card aspects. […]
Tally Ho is a game idea that I started developing, probably nearly twenty years ago, but hasn’t come very far. The vision for the game is having small unit actions in the 1930s, normally using a small band of heroic adventurers versus nasty types. I am aiming to use the blog to expand and explore […]
These are some of my Foundry Darkest Africa figures currently on the workbench. These are nice models with a lot of character. I will be using them for Tally Ho! games and also Doctor Who scenarios.
I had a pack of Darkest Africa miniatures from Foundry. I also intend to use them for VSF and Old West scenarios too, as well as Tally Ho! games. This is Enfield from the blister of A League of Exceptional Gentleman. Another nicely crafted model from The Foundry. The model was glued to a two […]
Here are my top ten blog posts in reverse order. As is typical most posts are from previous years, with just one that was posted in 2014, well I didn’t post much in 2014. 10. Death Korps of Krieg Shadowsword 9. Death Korps of Krieg 8. ALIENS in Lego 7. Beautiful Dystopian Wars 6. Dwarf […]
Have been painting some more of my Old West gunfighters, Bitter Creek Todd and Bitter Creek Todd. These are very nice models, full of character and will work for games in the old west. Still some way to go on the painting though.
This is Ned Buck from the VOW232 The Outlaws blister. Pretty much completed the base coat for this model. The next stage will be to give the model a a wash of Citadel Shade: Agrax Earthshade.
Here is another of the metal miniatures from Harlequin Miniatures. This is Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart of UNIT. Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart was one of the founders of UNIT and commander of its UK operations. I painted his uniform with Flames of War English Uniform 921. Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart was born in Scotland, according to dialogue in Terror of […]