Tuesday, August 1, 2017

PAINTED CTHULHU

I purchased the Reaper Miniatures Cthulhu model a while back. I got it because it is an excellent and big model and I thought it would be a challenge to paint. I have painted it now and it has lived up to expectations. It is a superb model and if you take the time to paint it well rewards the effort. When finished the model stands about 250-275mm high. Here is my painted Cthulhu.

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Warrior Lord Birthday Boy!

Here is the birthday boy! I got this mini as a birthday present and he is now painted up. It is one of Eureka Minis fantasy line. I replaced the dinky little Eureka shield with a proper warriors shield. Its a nice figure and will do well as a Lord leading his host into battle.

Sunday, June 25, 2017

28mm WW2 Aussie Sniper Team

 This is the 28mm Australian sniper team from Eureka Miniatures.
It is a very nice set. 
Just don't let Smiley get you in his cross hairs!

Sunday, June 18, 2017

WW2 AUSSIE COMMANDOS


Just painted up the first of my 28mm Eureka Minis WW2 Aussies. Mine all have Owen guns or Bren Guns as I am making them up as late war Commandos. The native carriers are from Company B.





Friday, June 2, 2017

28mm SYW Prussian Cuirassiers

Here are a couple of SYW Prussian Cuirassier units that needed some finishing touches.
The flag/vexillum, sabretaches, minor details and basing were completed last weekend and they have come up quite well.
Foundry figures.

The Gardes du Corps only had 3 squadrons but I gave them the standard 12 figures.

The Friedrich von Brandenburg Cuirassiers were a solid unit with combat service against the Russians and had a nice colour scheme. One figure lost his arm...so if anyone happens to have a spare...😁

I'm working on some infantry next, then perhaps some artillery.

Cheers,
Mick

 
 Gardes du Corps
Friedrich von Brandenburg Cuirassiers  
Side views 
 
Rear views 
 
More labels for when I get senile

Tuesday, May 30, 2017

MEDIEVAL SWISS ARMY

Here is my Swiss army. This has been a LONG time in the making. I first made the master figures and the drop cast moulds for the army back in 1983. I cast a lot of figures, painted some and put the rest in a bag where they remained for many years. In the last year or so I have returned to my Swiss and painted all the figures I cast. I have added some Perry heads for variation and used some Foundry minis for standard bearers and a mounted leader. I have also used figures from other manufacturers for the crossbows and handguns. I have four cannons to go with this army. Two of these are painted and two more are almost done. Now why paint the pikes red? In the Funken book on Medieval armies they have the Swiss pikes as red and I thought they looked good, so mine are red.



Saturday, May 27, 2017

28mm Napoleonic Bavarian Cavalry

Hi All,
Long time between posts.
I finished a 2nd Dragoon unit recently and thought it would be good to photograph all four units at once. All Foundry figures.

1st and 2nd Dragoons and 1st and 2nd Chevaulegers.

Hope you like the photos.

Cheers,
Mick
 All the cavalry
 Dragoons
 Chevaulegers
Some different angles 
 
 More angles...
 
The unit labels, in case I mix them up.