Some additions to the Club’s WWII vehicle selection. British, desert camo: 3x Matilda II Grant Lee Crusader M4 Sherman 4x Universal Carrier Daimler Mk II Armoured Scout Car LRDG Chevrolet Truck LRDG Willy’s Jeep British, green camo Bishop (25-pdr on Carrier Valentine) Leyland Retriever Truck French Somua S35
Some additions to the Club’s WWII Axis vehicle selection. German, winter camo SdKfz 265 panzerbefehlswagen (command Pz I) SdKfz 250 Pak 36 Pak 42 Motorcycle with sidecar German Jagdtiger Panzerjäger I SdKfz 265 panzerbefehlswagen (command Pz I) Pz I Pz II SdKfz 251 Kübelwagen Motorcycle with sidecar Japan Type 1 Ho-Ni I tank destroyer (75mm)
A short video from our roving reporter of the games he found praiseworthy on his visit to Salute at London ExCel centre.
Our roving reporter Aksu popped over to pick up some goodies and inspiration from the Warfare show at Reading. Lots of people, traders and gamers. Good show!
This is a video of a small diorama set up with the terrain and figures we use for our 10 mm Longstreet games. Please enjoy and leave your comments below.
Our roving reporter Aksu had the chance to visit Salute at London Excel a while back. He managed to take his moving picture camera along and created this film for us:
Getting slightly better at painting the wood. More subtle effect works better.
My Spanish 1808 army has many small one-off units. One of these intriguing formations is the lancers that fought at Bailen “Los Garrochistas de Utrera”. This unit is fascinating as it was raised from the mounted bull-fighters, and they wore their normal work-gear into battle. I ordered a bag of Battle Honors Spanish Lancers BSP9 for these troops, but unfortunately …
15mm Essex figures with AB trumpeteers. Oxfordshire regiment was light infantry.
1/72 Albatros C.III from Pegasus. This was my first try of painting wooden fuselage and the effect should be way more subtle.