Monday, September 7, 2015

Colonial Casualty Markers - Old Glory


Just before I left for PNG Leroy Simpson completed some very nice Old Glory Miniatures casualty markers for me to add to my Colonial collection. Again Leroy has done a fantastic job in panting these lads and again Old Glory have designed some great figures for this period. Initially the figures have been manufactured for either the Great Boer War or NWF. However I asked Leroy to paint a few with scarlet jackets so to use in a number of 'Victoria's Small Wars' where they still wore this jacket. Thus they can be used for the Anglo-Zulu, 1st Boer, Anglo-Egyptian and Sudan Wars....thanks Leroy. 









11 comments:

Iowa Grognard said...

Nice looking markers. Well done!

Gordon Richards said...

They look brilliant!

Service Ration Distribution (Hobby) said...

If you're into the aesthetics of war-games you really have to have casualty markers. A dice just doesn't do it. These are first class.

Rodger said...

Very very nice Vinnie!

Juan MancheƱo said...

Poor men. Great markers for the game table!

Phil said...

Fantastic markers, excellent job!

A J said...

Nice work! I use casualty figures in every Colonial game. It can be quite sobering when I look at the table at the end of the game.

Stuart S said...

A big fan of shock markers and these look great.
Cheers
Stu

Vinnie said...

Thanks everyone for the great comments, which I will pass onto Leroy. I agree the old dice we all used to use does not quite look the part these days and a batlefield covered in casualty markers is quite sobering. I do the same for my ACW games.

All the best and happy gaming

Vinnie

Silver Whistle said...

They look superb and very versatile as well.

Vinnie said...

Ha cheers Pat but your work still puts me to shame