Following on from last week’s Celtos Gaels post, another selection of photos that fell between the Salute cracks was this fine selection of Small Scale Scenery from Charles Rowntree. Like a number of other gamers, he likes to use our 1/1000th scale buildings with 6mm figures so that they are more in line with the ground scale. He’s combined multiple sets including the Normandy and English villages, Town Shops, Terraced Houses and industrial and railway packs. We especially like the Eastern Front Village surrounded by fields. You can click on each image for an even larger version.
Unfortunately, Salute tends to be so all consuming for the month or two before the show that just about everything else falls by the wayside. Andre Khoo sent us photos of some very well painted Celtos figures earlier in the year and, to our shame, we’ve only just found time to post them. But here they are, better late than never, and very nice they are too.
Recently, Australian gamer Azazel send us some photos of some beautifully painted Celtos skeletons which he’d featured on his blog. They’re well worth showing again here, and we’re grateful to him for sharing them with us – visit his page to see more.
Over the last couple of weeks we’ve posted galleries of some superbly painted 6mm models by Paul Lilley, both PacFed and EuroFed. The final army in his collection is his CDSU force, complete with Red Star-bearing power armour. You can see them in the gallery pages on our main website.
Last week we posted a gallery of very nicely painted PacFed by Paul Lilley, part of his quite extensive 6mm collection. This week it’s the turn of his EuroFed army, painted in an unusual but effective camouflage scheme. You can see them in our gallery pages on the main website.
We’ve been sent a batch of pictures of some very nicely painted 6mm models by Paul Lilley. Paul has three armies (so far, I think he’s planning more !) so we’ve split the pictures into three seperate galleries. The first of these is his PacFed grav tank army – you’ll find the gallery on the website.