This is another well produced video from WI walking through the new book in some detail. I didn't even know it existed till I found it by accident on YouTube!
With Talon and Claw in depth look from WI
WI is also running a couple of articles soon. One is a battle report from a game I ran for Dan Faulconbridge and Mark Shearwood (Hi Mark!). The second is a scenario for gaming the Battle of...
Here is a link to a video I recorded with Dan behind the camera a couple of weeks back. Mark Shearwood played Dan in the game which will be featured in Wargames Illustrated in a forthcoming issue.
Wargames Illustrated - With Talon and Claw interview
I set up quite a lot of re-shoots for some of the items in the shop whilst photographing some new products. I am working my way through Russian unit deals so here are some of those which are now available in the Warfare Miniatures shop combined with some existing products revisited:
|Russian two-gun battery with field guns and wagon @ £40|
|The popular RB1 Russian infantry in tricorne firing and...|
|Swedes in karpus ready 1|
|Swedes in karpus ready 2|
We have some nice news for all you Swedish and Russian collectors out there...
Cavalry in karpus and kartuz. Initially I thought, a pack of each but we've got a bit wild.
|Swedes in karpus charging 1|
|Swedes in karpus charging 2|
Four packs of Swedes - two charging and two ready plus drummers to add to the Command packs.
For the Russians - two packs plus the...
Some excellent photos of Swedish artillery from the collection of Russian enthusuast Alexey Kovshikov.
Alexey wanted me to point out that this outstanding work was done by painter Mikhail Mirosnik.
It shows both Warfare Miniatures and Ebob Miniatures sculpts together.
These blend very well and Mikhail has done an outstanding job in making each piece work.
Thanks for sharing Alexey.
Link to Alexey's...
|Possibly Lord Carmarthen running the Gullet|
Consequence of perfidy
When the Allied fleet arrived in Camaret Bay it immediately came under fire from the forts around Camaret village and those at Bertheaume Bay on the northern shore opposite. The plan was for men o’ war to run the narrow channel called the ‘Gullet’ between the two headlands and sail into the anchorage at Brest. This gap was exactly...
Yes, I know. How could Warfare have produced such an important component of the armies of the period without me getting my act together and at least letting everyone see what they look like in battalions?
An unforgivable omission but as always I will trot out my 'one man team' excuse. Well, that and Ottomans, Wagonburgs, wee ships, Cossacks and the like.
Anyway at last I have some units of Danes to...
In truth, I wasn't really looking forward to Claymore this year. Not because I don't like the show, I have been a loyal participant for more than 25 years but circumstances were conspiring against me somewhat. Too much day job work, too much travel, getting the new book out, other projects - a 0600 start, knowing I was again flying solo at the show... bed was the most attractive prospect on...
Warfare Miniatures will not be trading at Partizan on August 18th 2019 but I will have a League of Augusburg game on at the show. Not surprisingly, Great Northern War themed.
As the show coincides with the weekend I am expecting delivery of With Talon and Claw I do hope to hand over some pre ordered books that day.
Any figure/flag/book/counters order pre paid and for collection on the day will...
I am delighted to share the work of Yuriy Hotchkin with Blog followers. Yuriy and his wargaming group are located across both Sankt Peterburg and Moscow and have interest in a variety of periods and scales.
Yuriy sent me some wonderful pictures of his Great Northern War Swedes from Warfare Miniatures.
These are some of the finest painted examples of our miniatures that I have yet seen.
The fact that...
|The first unit of Dutch Marines - uniform colours from colonial naval infantry of the same period.|
Having co written Donnybrook and produced an as yet unpublished extension for Beneath the Lily Banners dealing with small unit actions it was always the plan to deal with some of the 1667 Medway fighting in 28mm.
|Other units will have different flags|
There appears to be no concensus regarding the long...
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