Thursday 29 October 2009

Something not in Khaki

A couple of Perry Miniatures 40mm Peninsular War figures. Like these...different.

Woodbine Designs WW1 British Infantry: Tommies 3

All sixteen variants from the Woodbine Designs British Infantry section pack along with four NCOs.

Sunday 13 September 2009

Woodbine Designs WW1 British Infantry: Tommies 1

These chaps are painted up in a mix of khaki serge and khaki drill uniform as seen in photographs of Tommy Atkins in the Eastern theatres in the Great War. Painted up wearing the patch of the Norfolk Regiment on their Wolseley Foreign Service helmets.

Wednesday 26 August 2009

I recently read that Soapy was fed up...
 Soapy, here's a few of my latest. Just to let you know that your work is appreciated and reading the list of things you are working on makes me look forward to future releases. Chin up!

Monday 17 August 2009

Nice to paint something red for a change

More Woodbine ANZACs

A group of ten Woodbine Design ANZACs that I have been gently painting up over the past TEN MONTHS!

Monday 3 August 2009

Sudan! Stand To!

Bugler, 3rd Battalion, Grenadier Guards, Egypt, 1885.

Sudan! Royal Naval Brigade Gardner Gun and crew.

More from the excellent Perrys.

Wednesday 29 July 2009


A rather neat set of a British Heliograph section in the Sudan, 1882-85 from Perry Miniatures.

Tuesday 26 May 2009

More Perry XVI Queen's Light Dragoons, 1777.

Somewhere in Pennsylvania, en-route to Philadelphia!

Tuesday 28 April 2009

Friday 24 April 2009

AWI XVI Foot Dragoon

A lovely sculpt from Perry Miniatures.

Sunday 22 March 2009

Ulundi or Bust!

Something a little different. Four Empress Miniatures Tommies from the Anglo-Zulu War of 1879. Painted up as Tommies from 80th Foot (South Staffordshire Regiment).

Friday 20 February 2009

An Act of Human Kindness

More from Soapy and his Woodbines!

Sunday 11 January 2009

GWM Donkey Walloper

The first of a few of these Great War Miniatures BEF Cavalry troopers released just before Christmas. To be done at leisure as they are rather nice!