Category Archives: 15mm

Red pirate crew

So here are the second pirate crew that I have painted up in 18mm. Again, all the figures are from Old Glory/Blue moon miniatures. Some of the detail pictures were taken before the basing was completed, but you can see … Continue reading

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Blue pirate crew

I have fancied playing pirate games for a long time but never really got on with that. A few years ago I bought the Old Glory created ‘Bluemoon’ 18mm pirate range of figs when they first came out. I had … Continue reading

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15mm wooden buildings

O.K. a quick one this week. I am slowly building up a collection of buildings for the games that I play and as various of those are in 15mm it seemed appropriate to get some buildings. These are from 4ground … Continue reading

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Sword and Spear review and sample game

You likely can’t tell from this blog showing what I have been painting over the last few years, but I used to be an avid player of ancients games. I have tried various rules recently such as Impetus, FoG, DBMM … Continue reading

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Hold the line 2014

Well the Hold the Line show was last week and so it’s all over. Overall it was a fun and I believe a successful event. A nice mix of vendors and demo games for a first time event. So thanks … Continue reading

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HTL hedges, walls and a ditch

Well I have been traveling for business a lot still but have managed to finish these now – just in time. These are all for the Hold the Line convention game of ‘Pike and Shotte’ I’m running (which is tomorrow), … Continue reading

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Lock your doors – the British are here

I have been traveling a lot recently on business so that hits painting and gaming time, but have still been trying to complete some projects. Below you can see the rest of my mainline British force done for Muskets and … Continue reading

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