Donnerstag, 27. November 2014

The war of the Spanish succession

At the fair in Mainz my friend Michael Einsiedel had some of his figures on display.
Michael also painted a lot of figures for the Museum on the battlefield of Blindheim (Blenheim for most of you).

This is eyecandy

Montag, 24. November 2014

Our latest news

Well, nearly a new set every week at the moment. That is even too much for me and I am a fast painter...

But this time I have something special - Bavarian Chevaulegers 1812. For me as a Bavarian these guys are a must.

So hopefully available in 2-3 weeks from Hagen-Miniatures:-)

This guy here is sculpted after a detail in one of the battle-paintings in the Munich residence where I had the chance to get a special permission to make photos of all the details in the paintings. That was a great day for an uniform-researcher as you could imagine:-) 

So we have two units, charging and waiting. See the bigger helmet for the officer too, sculpted after an original in the Bavarian army museum. Now let's take on the Russians or the French in 1814/15.

Freitag, 21. November 2014

Richeliu at La Rochelle

Hi guys,

here I got some nice photos of the Cardinal at La Rochelle.

Mittwoch, 19. November 2014

A Prussian parade 1868 to 1914

Here are some new figures for our ever growing Franco-Prussian war range.

Useful up to WW1.

Sonntag, 16. November 2014

Krisztians range of 15mm figures for the war in Hungaria 1848/49

This weekend I got the link from our Hungarians friends Homepage. There is an english section too.

Krisztian wrote here about his own ever growing range of 15mm figures for this subject.

I don't know if 15mm is still a favourite scale for wargamers as in the magazines I usually see the 28mm stuff. Being no wargamer myself I don't know if these figures are popular. What do you all think?

I want to help Krisztian selling the figures as I personally think that the war itself is a very interesting and colourful subject and the Austrians are useful for the campaign in Italy 1848/49 too.

So we put them into our shop too at

And as the subject is really interesting for me I already ordered the first figures for this war in 1/72 from him too.

Samstag, 15. November 2014

Hanoverian square for Arndt's Waterloo diorama

which you can see in the Prussian museum in Wesel in 2015.

Nice conversions and more colourful than black shakos. When I have it right in mind it is the batallion Bremen and Verden

Mittwoch, 12. November 2014

More Belgians for Waterloo and some Roman Hastatis increasing our range

In the meantime Massimo made some changes to the first range of  Belgians 1815 he did. Now all the guys have their backpack and the necks are looking better.

Beside this we added a few poses to the range. Hopefully these figures would then be for sell
in two weeks or so.



Beside this another hobbyfriend asked for two Roman Hastatis in the same style as our existing range has. So here is the extension of this