Monday, 14 October 2013

Online - at last!

"If one was to insert an engraving in yon instrument would it's semblance appear in the frame?"
To my joy, finally I located all the cables and paraphernalia associated with modern computing and can now scan and edit jpegs once more!

Following in the next weeks the expanded (and subtly altered) scope of my imaginary region.

This will comprise four or five states in the "Beimbacher Reichskreis" located in modern day Slovenia/Bosnia/Croatia.  The emphasis will remain on the war with the dastardly Turk.  However the new structure enables me to field a wider range of units and thus not get bored with the assembly and painting of the little men.

I think I will stick with the 1720-40 period for starters although the new Perry American Revolution plastics I received today scream out for attention!  They are certainly going to form the core of the mid C18 armies.

I hope the work proves enjoyable for anyone still watching...


  1. The joys of computing eh?
    Interesting plans and I look forward to seeing the figures.
    By the way did you ever finish that splendid looking 1840s chap of a few posts back.He looked a real character ,one worthy of building a story/scenario round...

  2. Oh yes the chap with the big crest. No he remains in bits wrapped and resting in his own little box. I have finally cleared the dining room (post move) and have now to tackle the very messy lead mountain. In fact it is one of today's aims to "get started" as I cannot really use my modelling area until I have some order.