Dienstag, 18. Oktober 2016

Another expansion to our Peninsular war range - Portuguese infantry

We already have one set of marching Portuguese beside the Cazadores, staff and artillery.
Now I thought a firing line would be fine and afterwards the cavalry to round up the range.

Samstag, 15. Oktober 2016

WW1 vignettes from Robert Hall

Robert not only made some nice litte dioramas for the siege of Vienna but also worked on WW1

Taxi to the Marne

Dressing station

Mittwoch, 12. Oktober 2016

New Peninsular British infantry from Massimo

At the moment I have a run with Massimo. After the last bunch of figures now my British infantry in India converted into Peninsular British infantry. Maybe later we can also make them into 1815 uniforms.

Next will be these guys as Portuguese infantry too.

Sonntag, 9. Oktober 2016

A Prussian army on the way to Paris 1870

Here some old photos which I made in the Tin-figure museum in Kulmbach.

As the Franco-Prussian war is still one of my favorites I thought this very interesting.

Mittwoch, 5. Oktober 2016

And here now the complete series of masters for my new sets

Wellingtons Staff in India, Sepoy-Artillery and a Portuguese staff for the Peninsular war.
Now just an Indian Prince on an elephant is missing:-)

The British staff, reconize the 19th Dragoon officer and the mounted one from the Osprey-book Assaye.

The Portuguese staff, made after this painting

And the Sepoy-Artillery.

Dienstag, 4. Oktober 2016

HAT is back in the game - Zulus

To my great joy I got the info from HAT that there will be new sets in 1/72 and 1/32.

Especially for my Zulu armies there are great news. It seems our Ulundi-Project for 2017 is growing much more:-)

Here a photo of the new masters

And here the link to HAT's new idea of a Kickstarter Project


Montag, 3. Oktober 2016

The first masters for a Bombay artillery in my Wellington in India range

This range was the one with which I started my own production around five years ago. I wanted to have an Indian army and after a time some friends suggested I should try to sell them. In the meantime there are over 100 figures in the range and the costs are already covered - so my friends had a good idea and the range is popular:-)

So I want to round up the range with artillery and command sets for both sides. If possible an Indian prince on an elephant - we will see.

But now after the oxen for which Andy will make me a limber, gun etc. here now the first of the crew.

And a teaser of the first figure in the command set