Saturday, 13 November 2010

Misc. Updates


Recently I have been trying to clear my desk of some loose ends (mainly CBT stuff) and have alo finished the French Late War (WW1) Cavalry form HäT. More pictures of the latter will be up in the HäT ETS pages shortly.

First up are two Swiftwind scoutcars for my First Aragon Borderers. I have more of these which I will paint up in several other faction paint schemes

Next in line are some Fuel trucks which can be used as targets or scenery. Hence the general army green paintjob.

One of the lovely new HäT French WW1 Cavalry troopers.

Cheers Sander

Listening to "Over the Hills and Far Away, soundtrack of the Sharpe Series" by various.

Monday, 8 November 2010

Newest testshots


Some days ago the latest HäT testsprues came in and I was elated to see they were of the 3 great new WW1 cavalry sets, Turks, Brits and French. Well the British cavalry are finished and here's the first picture. More will be featured at the HäT site.

Cheers Sander

Listening to: "Best if SOAD" by System of a Down

Sunday, 7 November 2010

Farewell to you Spanish Ladies...


As promised here's a picture of the next 1:72 metal figure of a 18th century lady in dress gown. I like to think of her as a Spanish lady attending a ball.
The picture doesn't really bring out the quality of the figure itself, mainly due to the fact I had to use a flash and am not a very good photographer...

The second picture for this update is of my version of Art Miniaturen's Scottish Highlanders, the Black Watch. First I did a tartan very similar to the 42nds but since it was a simplification it didn't look the part. Therefore I added a small blue square to the pattern (which is not historically accurate) but that did make the scheme more believable.

Cheers Sander

Listening to "Icky Thumb" by White STripes