30 July, 2016

Airtime!


Almost two years to the day, I posted an article about my purchase of my Grex Airbrush. You can find the original article here GREX AIRBRUSH.

The nice thing about using this airbrush for models for miniature wargaming is time saved painting!! Not only the ability to pump out a serious number of models, but the look they have when they are done. Everything from base coats to finer details can be done with an airbrush.

25 July, 2016

Some WIP French Napoleonic, Italian and Team Yankee shots

French Artillery limbers

A quick post to show off what I've been working on.  Plus got some decent pics of my Italians from last post I was talking about.   lately been trying to finish off another Brigade for my Napoleonics.   I have an Infantry Brigade of fusiliers and some light infantry, so it was time to finish off a Cav Brigade.

22 July, 2016

Not Enough Time


Preparing for tournaments takes more time than throwing a list together the night before the event. Sometimes you have to convince yourself it's even worth attending to begin with. For me personally it has a lot to do with the era that we're playing, it's not that I don't like all eras of Flames of War. It's just that I would rather play with models that I already own without having to assemble paint and create lists based off new models I would have to buy.

13 July, 2016

Petawawa Early War tournament and other photos, WIP, etc


Broken-down Italian tank?  Shocker!
 Hey guys, back with a long post full of pics as usual, its been a while but w/e, got a lot done!   First lets look at the recent Petawawa Early War 1500 point tournament, which is a tune-up for this year's Cdn Nationals event in Ottawa on Labour Day weekend:


Anglo-Zulu Project: PART TWO Infantry and Mounted Officer complete

Part 2, I have 2 sticks of 4 Infantry completed, as well as Surgeon Reynolds and Colour Sgt Bourne.  Video walk-through at the end.   E...