Wednesday, October 04, 2006

More Gentlemen of the Regiment OSW!

I have been remiss in posting of late as the realities of my job have intruded most foully upon my hobby.

I have painted a few new Vulgarians and will post photos soon.

The story continues to develop regarding the soon to be obvious misunderstanding between Alzheim and Vulgaria.

At least for now I can introduce a few new sites of interest.

First Jeff Hudelson and Saxe-Bearstein, in fact I have had a link to Jeff's site for awhile.

He has some magnificent flags for his regiments, great rules ideas and an excellent number of photos of his Great Northern War figure collection. Well worth watching, he is very active with lots of useful tidbits.

Second Allan Tidmarsh and the Kingdom of Wittenberg, dedicated to 18th century warfare in 40mm. A scale I find near and dear to my heart as I have another Blog for 40mm Russo-Turkish War figures.

Allan is developing a website with all manner of 18th Century goodness, scenarios, armies, dioramas a diary and more. Take a peek and bookmark it, he updates more frequently then I have of late.

Last but not least the Grimsby Mariner.

First Paul is a fan of American Rules football and the Chicago Bears. We both love defensive based NFL football teams; I'm a Baltimore Ravens fan and have been since we got the team. More importantly Paul updates frequently with excellently painted figures from the War of Spanish Succession and Monday night games at his local club. He has been online with his blog for awhile and his pages deserve a good inspection as they are full of great ideas and well painted figures.


Blogger Bluebear Jeff said...

Thank you for the kind mention. I fear that many of the pages you mention are now in my "Archives" (although I invite any who may be interested to feel free to delve into them.

-- Jeff

Thursday, October 05, 2006 2:10:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

aww shucks you're making me blush!

Of course I've reciprocated and added your blog to my links.

Thursday, October 05, 2006 5:59:00 AM  

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