I used Essex and Gladiator for Dutch force that fought with the French. The major faux-pas with these figures is the lack of the orange side-plume in the shako. Well, the end result is good-enough-for-gaming in my opinion.
JanneL’s British square squaring off with PetriV’s French and Polish cavalry.
Grandee Armee clashing with the British in one of our 15 mm battles. Featuring PetriV’s extensive collection of Essex figures, and JanneL’s British army.
British and Swedish warships, 1/1200 scale models from Navwar. Our favorite ruleset is Form Line of Battle by A&A game engineering.
A fellow gamer recently asked online whether anyone has information on Roundway 15 mm Russian Napoleonics. This is a lesser known brand manufactured by Navwar in the UK. As it happens, I have quite a few of their figures. I quickly took a few snaps of the figures I had lying around, so that you can get an idea of …
Heroics and Ros 1/300 planes – Finnish Fiat G.50s preying on Soviet SB-2 bombers.
Heroics and Ros Luftwaffe Phantom making a bombing run during an intense game of Cold War Commander.
Heroics and Ros Centurion in the foreground, brewed up Syrian tank brigade in the background.
My latest project is the Spanish army for the beginning of the Peninsular war in 1808-09. These are the soldiers that rose against the French occupation, shattered the myth of French invincibility at Bailen, and defended their towns and cities in merciless house to house combat in countless sieges. Despite the ineptitude of the aristocratic officer corps, the savage infighting …
Finnish battalions advancing in a 15mm General de Brigade game of the battle of Lapua 1808.