British Civil Wars: 6mm Scots and New Model Army
Before we share the photos, a word on my progress. I've recently developed a new technique which allows a quite staggering rate of painting. I've shared some photos of my War Room, where there's a paint station, but I've started taking my models to work. I'm in the Army, and in the week I live in a terrible condemned asbestos-filled block in Lincolnshire. My 'room' is almost empty and I get very bored, so I've started taking bulk painting stuff like this back with me to paint at my desk. This is what has allowed me to finish about 860 models in the space of a few weeks.
In fact, I've also had two sideline projects on the go, of which more later, but just to tease you - a Fallshirmjager-inspired 40K army, and some 10mm Saxons! Anyway, back to BCW...
(I could get into a lot of trouble for putting models on the worktop, but I don't have a table up here to put them on)
|A small body of NMA Commanded Shot.|
|The Scots' battle line - they have deployed some 'forlorn files' on the left, with skirmishers thrown out to protect the dense block of pikemen in the centre.|
|The Scots army is supported by a substantial body of cavalry, including these lancers.|
|NMA commanders, couriers and bodyguard.|
|NMA Commanded Shot supporting their cavalry.|
|Another look at the lovely Baccus figures, the Scots here strutting their stuff...|
|And the NMA pikemen.|