Friday, 31 October 2014

Master Castings

I've painted up a few of the spare master castings whilst waiting for the production moulds to be completed.

Here's a few examples of how the sculpts have turned out ....

Sunday, 21 September 2014

Another Commander

Here's another Willie sculpt that I modified slightly

Tuesday, 9 September 2014

Command Sculpts Finished

So I have finished the Command Figs and one additional firing line figure for the Fusiliers de la Morliere, so that little project is complete. Light not great when I took these photos, but it gives an idea of how the figs look.


Wednesday, 3 September 2014

Painted Commander

Whilst sculpting the figs for my new army, I've been painting the odd fig for a bit of interest. Here's a command fig I made using a Willie casting and Foremost Horse.

Saturday, 30 August 2014

Fusilier Finished

Well I've finished the first Fusilier Figure, here he is

Wednesday, 27 August 2014

Some work in progress

Here's some interim/partial sculpts just for interest of the Fusilier de la Morliere Command and a Line infantry chap I'm working on for my Piedmont Army of the 1740's


Friday, 15 August 2014

Painted Sculpts

Here's a few images of a some master castings painted up for interest


Tuesday, 5 August 2014


I've actually been quite busy recently on the hobby side of things, but not been posting much here as I've been on the "A Military Gentleman" forum. This is a forum for those who've bought John Ray's fantastic book of the same name. If you haven't got it I would strongly recommend it, if you love beautifully sculpted miniatures, great painting and lots and lots of atmospheric photos of the same then buy it now. Best single purchase I've ever made in the hobby.

Anyway, I've been sculpting some figures to sit alongside the Richard Ansell style "Minden" and "Crann Tara" ranges.

My most recent sculpts are some Fusiliers de la Morliere from the 1740's period, here's some photos

Wednesday, 16 April 2014


Just a couple of companies of French Skirmishers that I sort of "speed painted" a wee while ago. The French are just about there now and ready for some gaming .....

Monday, 7 April 2014


I've been off the Napoleonics for a while (sort of) and have been working on some late eighteenth century stuff in recent months. The figures are actually Elite Napoleonic Saxons, so some Napoleonic connection!

Not a lot of sculpting with these, a few conversions and the like.