French Dragoons

I’m continuing on with a few mini dioramas while I work out what’s going to happen down at the swamp. So today I have some really nice figures from Italeri, French Dragoons, which are, along with the foot Dragoons, are a favourite of mine.  I should say now that the idea of doing these little […]

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Cromwell’s Cavalry

Well here we are in February and it’s supposed to be summer but it’s been raining cats and dogs after the terrible bushfires we had a month or so ago. Thank you all for your wishes in regards to our safety, we were fortunately a long way from them. To my American friends I have […]

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Fantasy Mini

Well now that tech adviser has vacated the shed I have been able to clear out all the sawdust that has accumulated over the last two years or so and this has enabled me to take a break from my normal stuff and finish off some very neglected pieces of long ago. More on that […]

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Mummies Defending the Temple

700gm/1.5lb 300 x 400 x 200cm [1’ x 1’5 x 8’’] Well here we are, a new diorama using the Amazons again but this time up against some pretty angry Mummies. Both sets are from Dark Alliance and as you might recall, I’ve talked about them previously, so I won’t bang on again about how […]

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The Battle Of The Amazons And The Living Dead.

Weight 830g/1lb 13oz 390x290x165 /1’3”x1’x6” Well here we are finally with the first of a few small fantasy dioramas that I have been promising for some time. As I have said previously, when I was given a set of the Amazons I thought what I am going to do with these young ladies?  I checked […]

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Medium Tank M3 Lee And IJA Type 95 Light Tank

Well, not a lot to say on this one as it is just an additional WWII diorama to show off another of my favourite tanks of that era. This time it is the M3 Lee which has always appealed to me and as it also served in the East which meant that I was able […]

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Berdan’s Sharpshooters

50cmx40cm (20”x16”) Those who follow my blog will know of my liking for the famous 95th Rifles of the Napoleonic period, so when I first found out about Berdan’s Sharpshooters I was very interested in them, but I didn’t really ever think of making a diorama about them.  However that all changed when Strelets released […]

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