First some Miniature Figurines American Revolutionary War figures:
|An American general, using the MiniFig General Washington figure, painted from scratch.|
|And a Hessian general, using the same figure. This was a repaint of a previously painted figure that I purchased.|
|And the whole regiment together. They will be used to help oppose my British cavalry - 17th Light Dragoons, Queen's Rangers, and the Loyalist York Dragoons (an "made-up" designation).|
An Old Glory Darkest Africa figure:
|This is the leader from the Old Glory bearers set. I needed a senior leader for my Zanzabari units and he seemed to fit the bill perfectly. He is a slightly taller figure than the rest of my Zanzabari so he'll stand out as their leader.|
My Chinese Back of Beyond forces needed some additional leaders so I added the Pulp Figures PYG-14 Chun King warlord command pack.
And my early 20th Century "Pulp" forces got some additional stalwarts to increase the strength of the "Knights of the Cresent Moon."
|Three Tommy Gun toting "Knights" from the Brigade Games line of figures. They'll join the ones I already have painted.|
|To make a fairly heavily armed band to help protect the treasures of the Near East from those ravenous "tomb raiders" who plague that part of the world.|
And finally, Bob Murch's Pulp Figures of "The Sergeants Three and Gunga Din."
|Those three brave and rogueish sergeants plus the bugle tooting Gunga Din. The bases aren't completed yet but they are ready for adventures.|