So, what am I going to put here?
Well, first it will be a place to share my progress on my latest project, more of which anon.
Second, I will be posting up galleries of all my previous collections, just as a set of archives.
Finally, it will be a place where I can post some battle reports, especially when the new project gets to that stage.
So, what can you expect?
In a couple of days, I’ll introduce the new project, and show some of the steps I’ve already taken.
But, just be sure, I haven’t got very far … yet. In fact one of the exciting notions for me about starting this blog right now is that you are joining me at ground zero… I hope you might like to follow the steps, and even use this as a pace-maker for your own project if you fancy starting afresh too, and I’ll be delighted to hear of your progress and any comments.
here is one of the command pieces for my new project: Prinz Albrecht of Pils-Holstein.
And before you label this as yet another one of those "imagi-Nations", think again... and more on that next time.
Suren figures, with some conversion work (Prinz Albrecht's tricorne is scratchbuilt, and the standard bearer has a scratchbuilt cloak and a John Ray designed head). Flag is hand painted on linen and depicts the arms of Pils-Holstein.
Love it! Cannot wait to see more.ReplyDelete
Excellent - added to my reader.ReplyDelete
I have added a link to the "Emperor vs Elector" group blog's "Other Blogs of Interest" list.ReplyDelete
Phil, you are a tease. When are you going to tell us about this project?ReplyDelete
Give you joy of your Warcabinet sir!ReplyDelete
Looking forward to seeing moreReplyDelete
Thanks for that warm response everyone.ReplyDelete
Jim, I've got so much to tell about the new project I almost don't know where to start... it's a long story, but it's all coming right at you over the coming weeks!
It's good to be back...
Jeff... thanks for adding War Cabinet to the Emperor vs Elector pantheon. Much appreciated.ReplyDelete
Great to have the War Cabinet back on-line!ReplyDelete
Glad to see you active online again, Phil. Looking forward to your posts.ReplyDelete
Thanks Henry and Abdul. Good to have you aboard this merry venture!ReplyDelete