Saturday, February 12, 2011

A New Campaign Is About to Begin


Frederick II addresses his generals at the Prussian field camp.

All efforts to resolve the Germanian- Imperium conflict via diplomacy have come for naught, so once again Friedrich II of Germania readies his army for another campaign in 1761.


The Prussian camp is alive with activity: field forge from Berliner Zinnfiguren, blacksmith set from Hovels, and field bakery scratch-built by Ed Philips. Prussian artillerymen repair the cannons (to the right).


Meanwhile, the men hone their marching skills on the parade ground. Minden Miniatures, painted by Der Alte Fritz. Buildings by H.G. Walls (Herb Gundt).


And what ever happened to Lady Catherine, the companion of the traitorous Lady Pettygree, who was captured several months ago? The answer to that question, alas, is shown above.

2 comments:

ColCampbell50 said...

Jim,

Great looking vignettes!

Good luck to the Germainians against the perfidious Imperials and their Gallian lackeys.

Jim

paulalba said...

Lovely work,
A really good read too!
Cheers
Paul