Thursday, 24 October 2013

Chaos Terminators

More reinforcements for the forces of corruption. These like my previous Word Bearers have been finished using a combination of Army Painter base coat, the darkest of the dips and highlight using Citadel paints.

As before I left the gloss varnish finish, I doubt the fallen much care about camouflage as the Long War enters another millennium. Soon the 13th Black Crusade will sally forth from the Eye... and invade some green flocked polystyrene tiles in my spare bedroom.

All figures are Games Workshop.

Sunday, 20 October 2013


The last of the Soviet tanks rolls of the production eh... desk. These Plastic Soldier Company models have been sprayed with Battlefront's Soviet Armour paint then given a black ink wash followed by two light drybrushes of Vallejo's Russian Green and Russian Green in 3:1 mix with white. Not my best work by any means but repeatable and quickly onto the war games table to deal with all those Stugs.

Tuesday, 8 October 2013

The Final Huguenot Foot Regiment

This is La Meloniere's the last of the three Huguenot foot regiments that fought in Ireland in 1690. Ready just in time for a League of Augsburg weekend in Derby. Wonder how they will do...

The whole army is going...

But the project doesn't finish there, a cavalry regiment of Huguenots Schomberg's French Horse also fought in the campaign. A test piece is below.

And to keep things interesting I'm adding a cannon or two...

All miniatures are Warfare.

Saturday, 5 October 2013


This is Perry's version of Kellerman from their 1815 range. Like many other figures he's been languishing on the old desktop for some time and only recently got daubed whilst I was contemplating what to start next.

I recently made a list of everything I'd bought and had yet to paint. I don't recommend doing this, it was depressing in the extreme.