It only took 3.57 days for my eyes to uncross after finishing
Perry Miniatures are always a pleasure to paint
With a total of 37 blog posts this year it makes it easy to track what I have done in the exciting world of Accurate Historical (and sometimes Fantasy) Representations of Fighting Men . . . or as my wife calls them, Toy Soldiers. Not only was it the year of parallel and perpendicular lines, but also the majority of my time was spent in the 17th Century with my English Civil War project. In addition to the 2 clan units I also finished 2 army command stands, 1 brigade command stand, 1 regiment of foot and 2 regiments of horse. Probably the most exciting part was playing 3 games of Victory Without Quarter which allowed the forces to fight for King and Country.
Rupert's Horse -Perry Miniatures
The Earl of Essex - Miniature from Warlord Games
The fading might of Rome
Figures from Wargames Foundry
Above is the completed Late Roman army and here are some pics of the new Early Saxon army:
You can never have enough Barbarians
On the horizon in 2015 are plans to finish the Romano-Britain army (Arthur), the Sea Raider army (Vikings) and eventually paint a Late Saxon army.
The first 3 units of cavalry for Arthur
Plus 2 Gaze of Intimidation!
Gripping Beast Vikings
Throw in some Lord of the Rings gaming and it was a highly successful year! Best wishes and may the Lord Jesus bless you in 2015.
The Vikings make their combat debut against the Uruk-Hai
The Dux Bellorum gazes into the future dreaming of future conquests . . .