|British rifles- the 95th. Mostly Stadden but the chap with the fixed sword is a Hinchliffe.|
The look is deliberately retro.
So now the Durham game is done it is time to give the WOTR a bit of a rest and go and do something else. Mind you the WOTR is only resting . I still want to finish the "cart of War" that I collected the components for but ran out of time to complete are also some more pieces from Irregular to add in to the forces. Currently the WOTR is the only one of my 40mm projects that has much life in it. I'm seriously thinking of selling the 40mm ACW and Napoleonic forces and possibly the Dark ages ones as well but only if I can get a respectable price for them- especially the ACW which has a good bit of professionally painted stuff in it as well as plenty of my own work when I could see better than I can now. Actually the 40mm ECW/TYW project still has a bit of life as I have some half done Imperialist Cuirassiers on the table as well as a couple of other figures in various stages of dress. That is a collection that is definitely not in the sale possibility.
|Another of the same. The office figure is suppoed to be Harry Smith- somehow he can't get anyone to post his letter for him!!|
So what do I do next- some more shiny dudes as they were on the desk anyway and"Shinyloo" is as good as table ready . After that some 28mm ECW I think unless something else takes my fancy ... I still have some more Moderns I want to add to my forces and I really need to get properly stuck into the 15mm ECW for the Dunkirk Dunes idea.
However I have now finally finished all the "Shinyloo" British riflemen I have so here are a ferw pics of them skulking behind some ancient Britains plastic hedges which are roughly the same age as they are. All are Stadden 30mm except for a couple of Hinchliffe I acquired already painted to a fine standard in a job lot of assorted toys I got from ebay.
So all in all plenty to be going on with. Rules and games- who needs 'em more stuff to do in the real world.