Because of the time of the year, on both the secular and church calendars, I've had to lay aside painting for a bit. But I've still done some and it's time I report on it.
|A limber for my Imaginations Army's horse artillery.|
French WWI artillery men and vehicle painted up for the artillery of the Grand
Electorate of Freedonia.
|Freedonian Grenadier Battalion "v. Castle"|
I name my units after what ever catches my fancy; here, one of the family's
favourite TV shows.
Frying Pan & Blanket figures painted like Swedish 7YW grenadiers.
|Lancers for my wife's Gallifreyan army, which has Cossack cavalry and Scots infantry.|
These are more WWI British cavalry originally painted for the Russian Civil War
|A clan regiment based for Warfare in the Age of Reason.|
Old Glory figures with an added wolfhound.
|A scruffier clan regiment from a now defunct line of figures.|
|Late Romans from Dixon Miniatures painted at the Honoriani Atticoti Senories Auliliam Palatimum.|
It appears they were recruited from barbarian pirates, possibly Scots from Ireland.
|More Dixon late Romans, this time painted as a Legio Palatina of unknown name.|
|From Reaper Miniatures, one of their modern/sci-fi offerings. After seeing the photo,|
I wasn't happy with the paint job and added more details, especially to the face.
|Some "Wild West" types picked up at the Bring-n-Buy at Hot Lead this year.|
A lot of character in these models.
|REALLY old Minifig "space men"|
These intrigued me but the paint job didn't come out very well.
Shields in space? Who'd-a-thought?
|A Minifigs alien who should work fine in my Traveller campaign and|
a harried accountant/purser/quartermaster with a real paper trail.
I'd had that figure for years and never painted it until now.
|I have no idea, but he looked suitably ghastly.|
|Polish HMG. Looks like a Browning. The figures are quite nice and with a bit of research,|
can be painted up very well.
|Polish mortar. There's a crew member missing, the commander, I think.|
The figure who looks drunk is hauling a crate of mortar bombs and is
quite well animated.
|Polish infantry command group with an officer, radio operator, anti-tank rifle, soldier and NCO|
in his soft cap based on the distinctive Polish 4-cornered czapka.
|A resin model with metal details of the Polish TKS tankette.|
A nice model of an almost worthless vehicle.
The pointing man in the back row is probably a ranger since he has no camo net on
his helmet, but he's a paratrooper now! The two right-hand figures are an LMG team
with the one man carrying the tripod and ammo box.
|Another ranger dragooned into the airborne and a second Mowhawked rifleman.|
These will be welcome additions to the US paratrooper group for Disposable Heroes.