Saturday, October 30, 2010

The "Small Boys"

I've just posted descriptions and pictures of the Japanese and Russian destroyers and torpedo boats on my Col Campbell's Shipyard blog.  Please stop by for a look.

One of the Russian destroyer bases.

Saturday, October 23, 2010

Last of the Japanese Cruisers

Please see Col Campbell's Shipyard for the last seven of the Japanese cruisers that have joined the battle fleet.

The "most" modern protected cruiser Otowa which was rushed into service in 1905.


Tuesday, October 19, 2010

New Desert Tribe Leaders

After my big Colonial game in June, I traded two older desert tribe cavalrymen to obtain two figures that matched the rest of my desert tribe cavalry.  Since then, I've had them on my painting desk.  This past week I finally got around to painting them as a break from all the Russo-Japanese War ships.

The riders are Falcon Miniatures Arab cavalry on an unknown (to me, at least) manufacturer's horses.  Flags are courtesy of  They will each lead a 12-figure desert tribes cavalry unit in my Victorian Colonial native forces.  You can click on the picture to see a larger image.

Japanese Fleet

Please visit ColCampbell's Shipyard to see the Japanese battle fleet.

Three Japanese Battleships - Mikasa, Asahi, and Shikashima

Saturday, October 16, 2010

More Russian Ships

More Russian ships from the Russo-Japanese War have been posted to Col Campbell's Shipyard blog.

Please stop by to see the:

Saturday, October 2, 2010

Russian Pacific Squadron

Pictures of the Russian Pacific Squadron's 14 battleships and cruisers has been posted to ColCampbell's Shipyard.  Please stop by and have a look.

The 1st Battle Division