Monday, 22 April 2013

Russian Guard Hussars circa 1813. Art Miniaturen 20mm. The variation in poses are excellent. It is worth mentioning the terrain. No game is complete without decent, realistic terrain. Keith Warren at Realistic Modelling services in Dover in the UK does a range of products and his trees are some of the best available. One of his trees can just be seen in the top right hand corner of this photo. (as compared to the usual and rather uninspiring tree on the other side)

No battlefield would be complete without some Polish Lancers. These are from Art Miniaturen in 20mm with Rofur flags/pennants.

Saturday, 20 April 2013

Big Napoleonic 20mm games lined up for the 12th and 25th May in the barn in Berkshire, England. Photos to come....

Friday, 12 April 2013

A selection of the latest poses from Art Miniaturen 20mm French Dragoons painted as the 19th regiment.

Tuesday, 9 April 2013

Art Miniaturen 20mm Russian horse artillery battery complete with ammunition markers. Figures displayed here are on Eric Hotz mats from Canada. A good product but being charged for vat and a handling charge meant the total price was £16 more expensive than anticipated. Can't fault the figures though

Thursday, 4 April 2013

Nearly finished. French Dragoons from Art Miniaturen 20mm. Just wish Art M would send the missing horse!! Painted as the 19th and 23rd regiments with yellow facings. The figures to the rear are plastic Italeri figures which compliment the Division nicely.
An excellent game over the Easter weekend in Ealing, London. 15mm. Shako rules.
Prussians vs French. However I only realised at the end of the game (the French won convincingly) that all the French infantry figures were in fact all Polish. The owner of the figures has 15,000 painted and another 15,000 unpainted in his Napoleonic collection! Impressive stuff.