|Mark Allen's work of art - King William III|
I enjoyed the first compilation of Warfare work by other painters and knew I had plenty of other examples so here is a part 2 to this little series of work by gamers and painters I admire and which show off Warfare Miniatures and the period with both imagination and creativity.
|Dave O'Brien's wonderful - Kirke's Lambs for Tangier|
Dave O'Brien (DOB to the very few people who will actually speak to him :)) has done some sterling work on Warfare stuff
|Great pike stand from Dave for Kirke's|
Here are some of his Tangier 'Kirke's Lambs' and support heavy weapons....
|Galloper gun beautifully based by Dave O'Brien|
He's also been prolific with his Irish Jacobites who usually fight much better when he is not around!
|Nice little conversion for a dragoon horse-holder from Dave O'Brien|
Mark Allen needs no introduction here. His very inspiring William of Orange set some hearts a flutter across the land.. including mine! I thought he really did the miniature proud with this wonderfully creative interpretation.
|Another two views of Mark's King Billy!|
'Colonel Killer' Colin Napier has developed a fondness for the Huguenots and these chaps have seen regular action on the table during our weekenders.
|Colin Napier's hardworking Huguenots and de Ruvigny|
Roy Lowson is one of my favourite painters and he did these wonderful GNW Russians
|Preobrazhenskoi Guards pikemen by Roy Lowson|
|Semenovskoi Guards pikemen by Roy Lowson|
|Line infantry pikemen also by Roy|
Adrian Howe is busy with his Adrian's Walls business these days but there was a time when he was caressing Warfare Miniatures with his brush as these examples show
|Adrian Howe's Jacobite infantry|
Ade painted both Jacobites and Williamites during our various Partizan outings.
|French gunners in Ireland by Ade Howe|
You may be pleased to know there are now another three parts to this little series.
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