US Cavalry

ACW. First up! Thanks to all those who gave encouraging comments on my recent WWI effort, it was touch and go whether I was going to carry on through.  A big thanks to Will for the advice that swayed me to carry on with it when it wasn’t going well.   Go check out his work, […]

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WWI Desert Campaign

Well folks I won’t ramble on as I normally do which probably means I will in the end.  The reason I did this one was that I stumbled on a model by MB labelled Mk 1 “Female” British Tank Special Modification for the Gaza Strip 1/72 model and that piqued my interest as I fell […]

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WWI Update

Hello my friends I’m back from our holiday and I have to say it was well worth getting away from the block and all the chores that go with having such a large property.  We have finally received some decent rain which means it’s back to grass cutting and that ever present task of weeding […]

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WWI Tanks and update.

Hi folks, just a quick one to let you know I’m still around and doing some modelling apart from finishing the decoupages.  I have finished the wife’s present and am just waiting for the frame.  I received a note that I have been blogging for seven years which is quite a surprise, how time flies, […]

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Rogers Rangers.

Well I haven’t been idle my folks, I have been working on two dioramas at once, the first one I started kind of faded behind as I was waiting on some fine buildings from O.T.P.Terrain, a nice mob that IRO put me onto. As time went by this simpler one took preference.  It’s one I […]

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The Last Big Battle.

The last big battle. 70 cm (28”) x56cm (22”). 245 Orcs, 120 horsemen and 32 Elves and Southern Kingdom Warriors. Well here we are with the last big diorama, hopefully I don’t get carried away again and forget my new mantra keep it small little man!! The idea which most of you will realize came […]

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Waterloo Charge

18” (45cm) x12” (30cm). 3lbs (1.5kg.)                                                                                                                                                     Well the Waterloo cavalry charge is finally finished; there are 70 cavalrymen, 64 infantry and 21 Royal Artillerymen and it took me three hours to put it all together.   As always there was a nervous start as after putting in half the infantry in the part square I realised […]

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