Secondly and as readers can tell, most of the remaining activity has been focused on Mediaevals in some form, mostly lion Rampant, but with a smattering of Hail Caesar in there too.
I've reached a point of wanting a break from both; not much can be done about the former though, got to keep at it a little longer then the 'summer' break kicks in. But as to the latter, well I can switch projects temporarily at least.
And so I bring you the Royal Artillery of Wood's northern column; 1879. Or part thereof:
|7lb mountain gun and limber|
|Front and Right|
|Rear and Left|
|Close up on the drivers|
I tried to treat them to at least a little highlighting work, on top of the black lining technique I usually use on 15mm miniatures.
This was refreshing after weeks of uber-detailing 28mm figures. In doing these I realised I hadn't painted any of my Zulu War collection for 5 years, sitting there sadly half finished with only enough troops for small games. A gun limber is a nice initial addition for scenarios, but more can be done.
Maybe when study is out the way it can inspire a game as well...