The ramblings of a wargamer, originally up a valley in a wet and windy place and now back in civilisation.
Please note all the photos on this blog of my collection of wargame miniatures are the property of Colin Ashton and may not be reproduced without the owner's (i.e. me) permission, or at the very least attribute them properly to me please . That means YOU Tango!
Over the Xmas hols I have managed to stay sober enough to finish quite a few figures, but first up is a close up of my Imperial Harquebusiers.
The Imperial forces now have a substantial artillery train of one heavy and three medium pieces. A mix of Warlord, TAG and 1st Corps.
I thought I'd give the imperialists a sniper, as there was I think (I stand to be corrected) a fledgeling jager corps of sorts. Anyway, nice model and why not...?
A close up of the Imperial demi culverin - Warlord miniatures.
The ninth Imperial regiment in my army. Probably a good time to stop?
Above and below are my markers for disorder and casualties. The casualty markers are from Warbases and I am really pleased with both sets, although the Warlord Games 'dismembered body parts' are a tad gruesome.
Above and below show expanded Swedish brigades, I've added a third unit of shot to each brigade.Pictured are the Yellow and Old Blue brigades which both look rather good I reckon.