Thursday, 31 March 2011

American War of Independence


Ever since I moved to Japan my painting focus sifted from Fantasy and the American War of Independence to  Napoleonics. Of course this doesn't mean that I lost my interest in fantasy or the AWI but I am beginning to realise that a miniature collection in 28mm takes a lot of space...
In Tokyo I am keeping almost my entire collection in foam trays stored inside boxes. In Athens however I got everything in glass cabinets. With the nuclear crisis in Japan continuing I am still trying to decide if I will leave Japan for good and seek a better fortune elsewhere or stay put...

Either way, my AWI collection will have to go since it takes some valuable space that I could use for my napoleonics ;)
Before sending them off to ebay however I would like to share with you the few regiments that I painted for the British.
All figures are Perry and based for the ruleset British Grenadier. All flags are GMB.
Hope you like them ;) 

23rd Royal Welch Fusiliers 18 models



Von Bose Regiment 18 models




33rd Foot 18 models



6pounder with crew in cap-hats



Hessian Jaegers




5 comments:

  1. Sir,

    I take my hat off to you, that's a nice job you have done of those units. How large would you like your AWI collection to expand?

    Raglan
    http://raglanswelshwargaming.blogspot.com/

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  2. Nice job on the painting, they look great, shame you've gotta sell them!!

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  3. Not my period, but I can still appreciate excellent paintwork! Lovely work!

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  4. thank you gentlemen! I am glad you like them! unfortunately they will have to go. Not enough space for my napoleonics ;)

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