Saturday, July 31, 2010
"Death Dealer MMI", a 40K Chaos dreadnought stands ready to dish out death and destruction in the endless wars of the far future. This is a large metal Games Workshop 40K miniature I painted near the turn of the century.
Friday, July 30, 2010
Thursday, July 29, 2010
Wednesday, July 28, 2010
Tuesday, July 27, 2010
Rikki Spimaser is another well armed and deadly beauty. With her pistol at the ready she listens for danger in the jungles of a Pulp adventure between the wars.
This is one of Pulp Figures 28mm range.
Monday, July 26, 2010
A detachment of USMC heavy support weapons in action in the Banana Wars of the early 20th Century. The gem of the unit is a Browning .30 cal model 1917 water cooled heavy machinegun. This excellent weapon was used in every American conflict from World War One to the ealy days of the Vietnam War. Firing the powerful .30-06 Springfield round at 600 rounds per minute, this was a brutal force for an enemy to face.
Other support is being given by two Lewis Guns. This was a lighter weight machine gun that remained in American use from the First World War to World War Two. The Lewis Gun in American service also fired the .30-06 Springfield at a rate of 600 rounds per minute.
Also to be seen in the unit are the Browing Automatic Rifle (BAR), a Tommygun submachinegun, a Trench Gun shotgun, two Springield rifles and, in the hands of the Lieutenant, the famous 1911-A1 Colt .45 cal automatic pistol. These solid weapons gave the USMC excellent firepower support throughout the greatest wars of the 20th Century.
Wednesday, July 14, 2010
A well loaded mule and overloaded supply bearer bring all the supplies needed (they hope) for a band of adventures in one of the many worlds of fantasy gaming. These are two old (bought and painted in the 1970's) figures, the mule is from Archive and the overloaded bearer is from citadel both sadly long out of production.
Monday, July 12, 2010
Monday, July 5, 2010
We are in Washington DC for the 4th of July. May you all have a safe and wonderful 4th. Here are a few shots from DC. From top to bottom, Alexandria VA (we stayed in Old Town Alexandria, a beautiful town and a very easy ride via the Metro to DC) City Hall, Arlington National Cemetery, Korean War Memorial, Changing of the Guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier-Arlington National Cemetery, Richard-Tom-Therri-Shelly in front of the fountain at the Library of Congress.
Thursday, July 1, 2010
These are some work in progress 28mm Pulp Figures US Marines. These well armed warriors add some heavy firepower to my unit of early 20th century Marines. A couple of riflemen, a trenchgun, a BAR (Browning Automatic Rifle) and Tommygun will add additional punch to my squad. But the real firepower will come from the two Lewis Gun light machineguns and the heavy duty Browning .30 cal machinegun. I will post more shots as thes troops come on line.