Archive | May, 2011

Huron (2)

I started this project as a fan of the Rangers and Iroquois, and really only choose to paint their opponents out of necessity. I suppose that comes from living on this side of the border (even if only by 1.5 miles). I’ve really come to like the Huron models as I paint more of them. […]

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Warpaint Your Own Indian!

For a while now, I’ve been suffering over how to make unique warpaint schemes on my Northeastern Woodland Indians. I came up with the idea of starting a collection of warpaint designs. Scott from Paperterrain.com was kind enough to create a blank template for us to draw on. So if you feel like contributing to […]

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Canadian Militia (4)

I’ve finished up another batch of Canadian Militia. I’ve started to paint more of the command figures as I gain more experience, so I now have 3 of the 6 command figures finished. I’ve also taken a group shot which I am very happy with. The thing about skirmish gaming that I never experienced before […]

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Review of The Border Covenant

The Border Covenant: A Tale of the French and Indian War by Hugh C. Griffith I have been trying to read as much as I can about the French and Indian war lately and this time I decided to try some Historical Fiction. This book is about a couple of Rangers that track an Abanaki […]

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