Monday, May 24, 2010

Sgt. Majors Miniatures

For this update I am doing a bit of advertising. The pictures in this post are miniatures produced by a company called Sgt. Majors Miniatures.

At the Huzzah convention I had the pleasure of meeting a gentleman named Andy Turlington. He has recently acquired the Sgt. Majors Miniatures line and is now importing
Mutineer Miniatures from Scotland. Andy was kind enough to send me a few samples to paint.

The miniatures you see are 20mm World War Two. One figure is a late war German in winter gear. He is wearing a regulation greatcoat with a winter parka over that. The other figure is a US infantryman in a greatcoat as well. I took the liberty of painting him up as a paratrooper. You can barely make out the 101st Screaming Eagle patch on his right shoulder. Both figures paint up well.

Andy will be expanding the line but current offerings include winter Germans, winter US army, Japanese, early war US army, US Marines, and other US pacific war figures. If you game 20mm WW2 I highly recommend Sgt. Majors Miniatures. Here are a few more views....
You can find out more about Sgt. Majors at..
Thank you for looking!

Saturday, May 15, 2010

Huzzah painting contest

Even more Huzzah painting contest entries....

Next year, if you can manage it, you should plan on attending Huzzah. It was a great convention and I'm sure that next year's event will be even bigger and better. I am already making plans.
You can get more information at .

Huzzah painting contest

Two weeks ago I ran a small painting contest at the miniature wargame convention, Huzzah!
The contest was divided into categories of single figure, unit, and vehicle. Here are a few of the entries.

There were more entries than I had planned on but I was able to award each participant with a small prize package.
Enjoy the pictures....