Things have been pretty quiet on the blog of late for a number of reasons. A few technical hitches at work have meant a fair few extra hours for starters [sigh!].
On top of that (and MUCH more fun!) I've been finishing off another layout and design commission for the Ministry of Gentlemanly Warfare, this time a supplement for In Her Majesty's Name entitled Gothic. As you can imagine it is suitably dark and will be guaranteed to float the funeral barge of those inclined in that direction...
As with all material put together by Charles and Craig it is a carefully crafted tome, packed full of interesting background material, a huge number of factions and some wonderfully dark imagery.
I've assimilated a fair bit of the content over the journey and I can attest it won't disappoint!
In other news I've been beavering away on my long-in-the-planning-and-collecting stage Warhammer Fantasy Empire project. As usual this is a 6th/7th "Oldhammer" effort and contains a load of glorious renaissance style figures. To date I've managed to complete some artillery and a handgunners from the city of Nuln, home of all things black powder.
Apologies for the rubbish photos of the hand gunners. Best I could manage at the time and I promise better ones will follow.
I've currently got a unit of 10 mounted Reiksguard Knights in the works which should make an appearance on the Challenge blog next weekend I hope.