Archive for October, 2009

White Russian Camle Corps

October 16, 2009 Leave a comment

I’m working on a large commision at the moment and my Napoleonic armies are on hold.  I hope to have pictures of the current commission up in the next week or so!  In the meantime I wanted to post up some Copplestone White Russian Camel Corps.  These guys are not available as a pack from Copplestone, but I would assume you could call Mark and ask him to put a few of these together for you.

They are an easy conversion where I modified the camel’s hump to take a greenstuff saddle.  Once that was done I just popped the cossacks on top.

White Russian Camel Corp

I’ll post up the white russian cavalry in the background soon.  Anyone have any suggestions for rules to use with these?  I wasn’t a fan of Triumph and Tradegy or Iron Ivans WWI rules.  I’m debating picking up Force on Force by Ambush Alley games and giving those a go.  Comments?


Missed these – French Artillery

October 11, 2009 Leave a comment

I totally forgot to photograph / post these guys up.  Here are a pair of finished guns for my French Lasalle army.  They cover 90mm frontage and so “count-as” a pair of guns each.  I think that this looks a lot better than having 4 guns AND crews crammed into 180mm of frontage.



Someone also requested a closer image of the dragoons, so here you go:


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September Progress

October 4, 2009 Leave a comment

I needed a break from painting Napoleonics for a bit, so I busted out a pair of Xyston DBA armies that two friends were nice enough to give me.  One Thessalian and one Spartan.  I set out to get one of them finished, the Thessalians.  I did not paint all of the options that the list offers.  Instead I hope to paint a few more armies from this period.  This way I can obtain ALL of the options by mixing and matching.  Anyway here are the Thessalians:


I was able to get together twice with a good buddy of mine and played two games of DBA.  First was against Spartans and it was a 4-0 blowout.  I guess these Spartans forgot to watch 300 before wandering into battle.  The second game was against an imperial Macedonian list.  A 1-4 defeat insued.  Those number do not tell the whole story though as a Psiloi element was one pip away from destroying an elephant!

After these games I figured that I had better get off my butt and do up a second army to use as an opponent.  I need to have two armies if I am ever going to demo DBA for some of my fantsy inclined buddies.  Here are the dreaded enemies of Thessalia……the Spartans:

9 Spears (general in the middle) and 1 Auxillia


Psilio and Cavalry


Finally I figured I had better get a few shots of my other completed minis in September.  Here are a pair of Man-o-War Demo Corps super high SPEED painted for use in Warmachine MKII.