Again, only time for a quick post. i noticed on the Perry miniatures Blog that they were selling Blood on the Nile published by Warlord Games as mentioned in my previous post. It also comes with a Colonel Frederic Gustavus Burnaby this time the mini is much more understated but still comes with his signature shot gun.
I'm going to order from the Perry's as this free mini looks the business to me.
Just a very quick post as i'm using someone elses computer as my laptop died a death :>(
At least for me it's the best Black Powder release thus far, though of course, I haven't seen nor read it as of yet. I would assume much of the eye candy will be from the Perry's collection so it would be worth it just for the pics in my opinion! Comes with a great little mini of Colonel Frederic Gustavus Burnaby- a nust have for the Sudan.
I was contemplating whether to just say that I've been away from the hobby for four months due to personal reasons (which is certainly true!). Read on if you want to hear the 'blues jam'- if not just scroll down to the pics below;
Basically I've been away from wargaming and painting for about four months due to a relationship breakdown with the love of my life. I was with her for fourteen years when one day she asked me to leave, which is what I did. This was obviously devastating news as although we weren't married the relationship, which was very loving, was the basis of my life and it has taken me four months to come to terms with it being over! I doubt that I'll ever be really 'over it' but at least i now feel strong enough to start blogging, painting and being creative again. I guess that the fact that we had not had any children in this case is a blessing as they would have almost certainly have suffered psychological trauma through the breakdown of what was once a very strong relationship. My partner was always supportive of the hobby and was often to be seen at shows with me around the country. I don't bear her any animosity and in fact i am very thankful for our time together.
So, I hear you say, what have you in the pipeline?