PS I didn't get to finishing my last unit for this force (an armed, 1 man dirigible) before I moved to the other side of the globe and was obliged to put my VSF goodies into storage for awhile. Not to worry, I'm sure I will return with even more in due course!
Whats the humdrum about Chaps? Adventures into Victorian Science Fiction and Steampunk with ramblings about Aeronefs, Dirigibles, Land Ironclads, Anarchists, Dinosaur Hunting, Terranefs, Aquanefs, Mad Scientists, and all manner of electric contraptions and steam conveyances. It may not make sense, but there will be claret and a nice cheese board at the end. Tally-Ho and "Vôtre dans une sauce au vin blanc!"
Saturday, 29 March 2014
Hearts of Oak - Part 4
Not much progress on my Royal Navy Armoured Landing Party of late, but here is a Pennyfarthing mounted scout I recently completed.
His extra mobility allows him to slip past more slovenly adversaries and beat the other chaps back to the bar after the battle! 28mm fig by Eureka Miniatures.
Posted by Paul O'G at 1:37 am 8 comments:
Labels: 28mm, In Her Majesty's Name
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