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Monday, 17 November 2014

Comrade Chen

Fellow AB1 gamer Chris Henry has decided to dip his feet into the world of producing toy soldiers, (chuckle to myself at this point) after several attempts to persuade him in the folly of this, he has decided to launch 'Adarga castings' https://adargacastings.wordpress.com/

The project is dedicated to the Korean War. Comrade Chen provides insight and links to information on the conflict and shows off some forthcoming North Korean troops. All the very best with this Chris...you will need it :)



Thursday, 6 November 2014

Crossbow men for Claymore Castings

A WIP image of two more crossbow sculpted by Matt Bickley.
We said that we would never do this but...never say never!
Here is a list of what Andrew and I have planed for the Early HYW French range...
Crossbows (done)
Pavisiers/spearmen
Foot knights
Mounted Knights (option of barded or plain horses)
Mounted command
Brigans with polearms
Bidets or Bretons (javelinmen)
This is not in any order. When? will all depend on sales.


Mounted Sergeants

Tuesday, 4 November 2014

Sunday, 2 November 2014

Polish

Paul Hicks sculpt for Murawski Miniatures.

Tuesday, 28 October 2014

Test


Some images of the Calpe miniatures French that I have been painting.
These were done as a test to get the colours right.

Sunday, 26 October 2014

Calpe French


Had the notion to paint up some of the Calpe Miniatures French. Lovely castings!

Friday, 24 October 2014

Herce formations






Some of the Archer herce formation ideas based on ideas by Jim Masson.
All available from Martin at Warbases.

Thursday, 23 October 2014

Game abandoned-Time for a clear out!

I couldn't get over to the club tonight for the Lion Rampant game. However, I did make it over to see Martin at Warbase. He cut me some Archer wedge shaped 'herse' bases that I designed for my Burgundians.  I'll texture and photograph these at the weekend. They were based on a Idea from Jim Mason. Jim also had great ideas for movement trays that I'll share soon.

I'll be cleaning out the Saxon Dog blog of all my dead or stalled projects. Time for a fresh start!
I'll make the change over the next few days.