Sunday, 26 June 2016

First Burgundian Ordnance sheet completed and up on ebay if anyone's interested in getting their hands on one, cheers Pete

Wednesday, 22 June 2016

Bugundian flags

Burgundian Standard bearer, flag taken from the Wargames Research book with a bit of inspiration from the Schilling chronicles.

Monday, 20 June 2016

Burgundian Flags work in progress

It's been a long time since I updated this blog or produced any new flags; anyhow, things are back on track now and here's a sneak peak of three new Burgundian flags that are nearly completed and will be in the post for those who have requested them by the weekend. Following these will be something new and the start of the French Wars of Religion and more Wars of the Roses flags, cheers Pete

Tuesday, 10 November 2015

Completed WAS and SYW Austrian flags

Here's the first couple of flagsheets for the Austrian army from the WAS and early SYW, I'm planning 10 regiments for my Austrian army so will be painting another sheet before moving on to the, but first I'll be working on some Landsknecht and Savoy flags. The price for these printed on premium quality paper is £6 per sheet plus postage of a £1 for the UK, £1.48 Europe and £2.48 the rest of the world. I'll also be selling these flags individually please
email me on  if anyone's interested in obtaining any of these. Apologies in advance for the for the poor pics.

Sunday, 8 November 2015

War of the Austrian Succession and Seven Years War Flags

 I recently picked up the Summerfield book on the Austrian infantry and he proposes that flags from the time of Leopold I may have been used  however I'm not tempted to paint any of these. What's certain there is a lot of unknowns around the flags from this time and flags appear to have been used until they were captured or wore out. So with this in mind here's another pair of flags dating from the reign of Charles VI and likely to have been used in the WAS and early SYW, the coat of arms are dated 1737.

Tuesday, 27 October 2015

History and uniforms magazine

Massimo Predonzani the author of several books and articles on Italian history put me on to this new E-zine which can be downloaded for free at this address: subsequent magazines will cost around 3.5 euros. It's well worth a look and the article on the Venetians in the 1680's was pretty motivational. Massimo tells me the next volume will contain an article on the Battle of Agnadello which having read Massimo's previous work should prove a useful addition to anyone's library.

cheers Pete