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Too Much Football Too Little Time (24th Apr 2010)

The South Africa World Cup; the Champions; the Europa League (formerly UEFA Cup); and of course the national leagues all conspire to pack close together a lot of interesting Football matches (Soccer for Americans). For example, today and tomorrow there ar ... Read More

Too Much Football Too Little Time (24th Apr 2010)

The South Africa World Cup; the Champions; the Europa League (formerly UEFA Cup); and of course the national leagues all conspire to pack close together a lot of interesting Football matches (Soccer for Americans). For example, today and tomorrow there ar ... Read More

Russian Infantry Battalion 1812 (6th Apr 2010)

The  Battalion of 1812 was composed of four Companies, one Grenadier and three Musketeer companies. In the Grenadier Company the first platoon consisted of Grenadiers and the second of Jagërs. Each company had three officers, a cadet, seven NCOs, three dr ... Read More

Russian Infantry Battalion 1812 (6th Apr 2010)

The  Battalion of 1812 was composed of four Companies, one Grenadier and three Musketeer companies. In the Grenadier Company the first platoon consisted of Grenadiers and the second of Jagërs. Each company had three officers, a cadet, seven NCOs, three dr ... Read More

Anatomy of a Battlefront Panzer Grenadier (28th Feb 2010)

This is a close view of one of my Battlefront Panzer Grenadiers showing its more important details. In my experience Battlefront manages to keep a fairly consistent quality in all its figures which is something quite good in fact.In the pictures you can e ... Read More

Anatomy of a Battlefront Panzer Grenadier (28th Feb 2010)

This is a close view of one of my Battlefront Panzer Grenadiers showing its more important details. In my experience Battlefront manages to keep a fairly consistent quality in all its figures which is something quite good in fact.In the pictures you can e ... Read More

Russian 1st Battalion Smolensk Regiment 1812 (21st Nov 2009)

The Smolensk Infantry Regiment under command of Major General Mikhailovich Kolyubakin was part of the 1st Brigade 12th Division during the Battle of Borodino on September 7th, 1812 The 1st Battalion included the 1st Grenadier Company and the 1st, 2nd and ... Read More

Russian 1st Battalion Smolensk Regiment 1812 (21st Nov 2009)

The Smolensk Infantry Regiment under command of Major General Mikhailovich Kolyubakin was part of the 1st Brigade 12th Division during the Battle of Borodino on September 7th, 1812 The 1st Battalion included the 1st Grenadier Company and the 1st, 2nd and ... Read More

Added DBA’s Early Imperial Roman Army Page (12th Oct 2009)

I’ve uploaded a few pictures and some basic text regarding my Early Imperial Roman (II/56) army for DBA in this page ... Read More

Added DBA’s Early Imperial Roman Army Page (12th Oct 2009)

I’ve uploaded a few pictures and some basic text regarding my Early Imperial Roman (II/56) army for DBA in this page ... Read More

Anatomy of a Corvus Belli Legionary (7th Oct 2009)

When you are painting small scales like 15mm it usually pays off to have some knowledge about what’s supposed to be in the model; by doing so it is easier to differentiate among the various metal blobs you might find in the miniature… some may ... Read More

Anatomy of a Corvus Belli Legionary (7th Oct 2009)

When you are painting small scales like 15mm it usually pays off to have some knowledge about what’s supposed to be in the model; by doing so it is easier to differentiate among the various metal blobs you might find in the miniature… some may be obvious… ... Read More

Roman Auxiliary Infantry of the Principate (6th Oct 2009)

After Augustus reforms the rather heterogeneous collection of auxiliary units serving Rome was completely reorganized, given regular status and trained to the same standards of discipline as the legions The men of the Auxilia were freeborn non-citizens li ... Read More

Roman Auxiliary Infantry of the Principate (6th Oct 2009)

After Augustus reforms the rather heterogeneous collection of auxiliary units serving Rome was completely reorganized, given regular status and trained to the same standards of discipline as the legions The men of the Auxilia were freeborn non-citizens li ... Read More

How Do I Paint Roman Legionaries? (4th Oct 2009)

1.- The figure as it comes out of the blister, plenty of extra material from the production process 2.- The figure cleaned and sanded 3.- [Spray] An undercoat of Chaos Black 4.- [Brush 0] Boltgun Metal for the armor and other metal pieces 5.- [Brush 0] Sk ... Read More

How Do I Paint Roman Legionaries? (4th Oct 2009)

1.- The figure as it comes out of the blister, plenty of extra material from the production process 2.- The figure cleaned and sanded 3.- [Spray] An undercoat of Chaos Black 4.- [Brush 0] Boltgun Metal for the armor and other metal pieces 5.- [Brush 0] Sk ... Read More

Roman Legions on the Principate (1st Oct 2009)

The Legions were composed of Roman citizens mainly drawn from Italy at first with a lot more coming from the Iberia provinces, Gallia and others by the end of the first century AD. During approximately the first half of the Principate the legio was divide ... Read More

Roman Legions on the Principate (1st Oct 2009)

The Legions were composed of Roman citizens mainly drawn from Italy at first with a lot more coming from the Iberia provinces, Gallia and others by the end of the first century AD. During approximately the first half of the Principate the legio was divide ... Read More

Roman Army of the Principate (28th Sep 2009)

The Roman Principate comprises the period of time starting in 27 BC when Octavian was designated Augustus and Princeps by the Roman Senate and ending with the death of Trajan in AD 117. This period is also commonly known as the Early Roman Empire and was ... Read More

Roman Army of the Principate (28th Sep 2009)

The Roman Principate comprises the period of time starting in 27 BC when Octavian was designated Augustus and Princeps by the Roman Senate and ending with the death of Trajan in AD 117. This period is also commonly known as the Early Roman Empire and was ... Read More