Monday, December 18, 2017

Back at it!!!

Well, I am finally able to paint again after a crazy year of reorganizing the work space and such. The basement has been remodeled and I moved my paint shop into the office upstairs. So it is time to post some current projects and get back to painting that lead and playing!

Monday, February 27, 2017

Where have I been?

As always, life sometimes throws you a curve ball. I am now back on track and ready to get back into the painting and of course war gaming in general. I have been playing with the idea of switching from enamel paints to the acrylics (yes, I still use enamel). I have been using enamel paints since I was 14, so the change is a big one. If anyone has some feed back, please let me know.

Saturday, March 12, 2011

Old Project, But New Look!

I painted these some time ago, but I changed the basing to accommodate a new rules system. This basing has provided greater room to re-create larger battles. They were originally based four in a line. Now they are based 2 in the front and 2 in the back. This provides the stacking effect that I wanted to achieve for some time.   

A New Project!

So here is my new project. One that will take some time to complete, but I am not in a hurry. I am somewhat returning to my roots a bit with diving back into 1:72 scale plastics, but these modern day fighters have me spell bound for sure. I have provided you with two pictures. One is unpainted and the other is my take on what I want them to look like. I took the evening and painted one just to see how it would look. 

Thursday, March 10, 2011

OK, so here are some more of my winter projects that are complete. The first photo is that of the British Legion (Cavalry). The next two photos are British Legion as well or they can be used as Queen's Rangers.

To answer a question

I received an email a while back that asked what reference material do I use for uniform colors. Here is the simple answer. I use this book a lot. In fact, I own two of them. One has all my notes in it, the other I keep as my back up. I have used some of the Osprey men-at-arms series, but I must say that I like this book the best.
Here is another group that I did over the winter. These represent the 42nd Royal Highland Regiment. Once again, these miniatures are 15mm Old Glory and they did take some time to paint. The uniform is multicolored and took some time to get it just right. Please keep in mind that I paint for the purpose of war gaming, not for museum quality or display.