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Battle of Aliwal 1846

Battle of Aliwal 1846
By Michael Perry

Sunday, 30 June 2013

The Sultan gets a dance

Hi gents

Last of this weeks posts I should have saved some pics for later but I don't know when time will permit. So here we go again,the last post finished with a shot of the Sultan and his court and before that the captives being lead off.

In these pics you will see he is now in the field before the finished walls for Constantinople. So far I have painted eight wall sections eight towers and 2 gateways which I did over the last two weekends. I am still on the look out for some more sections to add to this. The collection is coming along nicely in tandem with the Italian wars collection but still quite a bit still to be done.  I will revisit the Peninsular War next so please indulge me if that's your forty.

Belly dancer for the Sultan

I bought this figure over a year ago

One of the Venetian crew captured after the sinking.

The agony and the ecstasy

Joan of arc with the head swop.

Stradoti  leaving the city

Here you can see the gateway newly finished tonight.
The harbour walls
A Bit of traffic coming in.

I think the chap in the blue hat has Charles Laughton's face do you remember him?
Thanks for stopping by hope that you have enjoyed viewing this collection I am really enjoying putting it together.
Best wishes




  1. Very good likeness of Charles Laughton!

    This project keeps getting better and better.

  2. Fantastic figures and terrain, as always. Lovely looking full-bodied woman too. Best, Dean

  3. Another enchantment of colors, decorations and figurines ...Thanks to you!

  4. Lovely minis, lovely pictures !!!

    best regards Michael

  5. this is truly evocative stuff, the mini's are beautifully done, cheers that man!

  6. Nice to see (and read) a cohesive collection of great looking figures and terrain.


  7. Wonderful collection Willie.

  8. Lovely figure.....I mean figures