1/72 Scale Gallery - Archive Photos - Blasts from the Past!
Below is a collection of mainly older photos of figures from different historical eras that I have painted over the years that I am saving copies of here as a backup.
Some I have sold on whilst many others I have re-based to fit the 40mm square format I now use for infantry.
A Call to Arms - Royalist Artillery - English Civil War - Front View
A Call to Arms - Royalist Artillery - English Civil War - Rear View
WW2 British Paratroops from different manufacturers. Based on 40mm square low profile Victrix plastic bases.
More WW2 British Paratroops from different manufacturers and Waterloo1815 guns.
Airfix La Haye Sainte - Front View
Airfix - La Haye Sainte - Rear View
Airfix Farm Cart & Wagon from Waterloo Set
Italeri Napoleonic Pavlov Grenadiers - I originally based units on 3cm square plastic card as shown in next few images but have now moved to 4cm square Victrix bases.
Italeri Napoleonic French painted as Vistula Legion.
Italeri Napoleoni French painted as Swiss.
Italeri Napoleonic Austrian Hungarian Line Infantry.
Italeri Austrian German Grenadiers
Airfix Prussian Landwehr with Revell mounted officer.
More Airfix Prussian Landwehr with Revell mounted officer.
Italeri French Cavalry
Waterloo1815 Napoleonic French Foot Dragoons (These were done for me by Simon Bennison and I just did the basing).
Waterloo1815 Napoleonic Prussian Cuirassiers (Again these metal figures were painted for me and I just did the basing).
Waterloo - One of my first 1/72 scale wargames played out years ago in the garage of my old house using polystyrene ceiling tiles for terrain!
Borodino - again 1/72 scale plastics.
A Call to Arms Iron Brigade with 'Old Abe' the eagle mascot from Strelets.
Emhar Crimean French Zouaves used for Union troops.
ACW Panic Markers
Some converted ACW ammo wagons and caissons using Italeri, Imex, Hat etc....
Fredericksburg in 1/72 scale plastic. Another old garage shot from years ago.
Italeri Roman Cavalry
Italeri Roman Praetorian Infantry
More Italeri Romans
Italeri Gallic Cavalry
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