That's inspired naming, and the sharpshooters are done especially well. I love the bases here, so no surprise there.
Love it, but you must be 'flaked' out after working so hard! Perhaps some of the bases could benefit from a few broken branches and 'twix'. Keep them coming.
The figs look great Paul and will enjoy following the forthcoming exploits of all concerned.
Sweet a candy!
What rules are you using for this sweet scenario?
Very nice! The colonial army is looking great! Not much protection hiding inside those buildings though... I heard the walls are 'wafer' thin.Jason
Great stuff Paul, any chance of some actual gaming with this collection?
Looks really nice and very inspiring. I'll pass to my club mates who are planning to play British Colonials this year
Thanks :-D@Al..I´ve got a few more khandibarians to paint first...I reckon 50 will do and a few camels, one or two more houses and "Ze schuting vill schtart"Cheerspaul
Nice figures and buildings!
Wow impressive as always
Taking on those sharphooters will be no Picnic, though there may be a bounty for the first man in...
The houses are made by you? I need a couple... Great work!Cheers
Sweet, very sweet. The word play gave me some snickers. If I was still painting I would go nuts on payday spend a mint. ( zay are wafer thin, and very niceCheersForever Yours,Will
This is one era I do not have and after looking at your stuff here, it makes me want to start a couple of new armies...darn you!!! lolCheersEric
So the terrain for the chocolate war (KhitKhat, what a find)is almost ready :-)Great stuff Paul!GreetingsPeterhttp://peterscave.blogspot.com/
Great buildings and excellent looking figures!
Ooooo Esci's Muslim warriors...!How nice Paul, how nice!T.
Great place names! I'm all a 'Twirl' thinking of more. I hope those British troops hand out a Walnut Whip-ping! :-D
Your troops look great, just as all miniatures on this blog! I'm glad I found it, it's inspiring!