Thursday, 24 May 2012

Medieval Market Building.

This resin building was given to me by my good friend Steve Hall from 1066CAMPAIGN blogspot/Hallmark
 I am not sure but I think it is a TM Terrain building and it is a lovely little model with lots of detail. Once again, I painted this up using household paints and a fairly big brush with lots of drybrushing, so it was nice and quick to do.

Thursday, 17 May 2012

Zulu War British 7pdr's and Hales Rocket.

Give them one more round then Limber up.

British 7pdr guns and crew along with a Hales rocket by Empress Miniatures. 

 Last week Dave D did a fantastic job on a 9pdr version of this gun along with a wonderful backdrop. Check out

Also if you go to the excellent  you will to see a superb example of a 7pdr gun and crew painted by the talented Michael Awdry.

There is plenty more posts on the Zulu front to come as I have now finished mounted and dismounted Buffalo Border Guard, Newcastle Mounted Rifles, Imperial Mounted Infantry and various mounted officers. These posts will be joining the blog queue along with French Napoleonics, more terrain and some medieval buildings that have all been completed. So hopefully there should be enough to keep you coming back for a little while.

Friday, 11 May 2012

River Terrain

This is river terrain from 'The Last Valley' which I have re-painted and flocked to match my own terrain. I have made some of my own river sections from scratch which I will show in future posts but this method saves a lot of time and effort.

The next two pictures show a section of river with a bridge from 'Snapdragon' (which I think no longer exists) built into it.

Friday, 4 May 2012

The Supply Column.

I finished some animals and wagons a little while back, so thought I would put them to work.