It seems the campaign for Neulandia is heating up a bit. With the appearance of United States Steam robot. Now the Mexican force have automated their cavalry. Plus the use of the new American Model T Ford. The British Expedition has quested support.
What I did was go to Ebay to find some 40K Imperial Guard walkers. At least I could find some fairly inexpensive (Cheap). There I found a used Sentinel at was perfect. All I had to do was make look like it came from the Victorian SF period. In order to do that I removed the Imperial Guard eagle. Cut off the guardsman's head. The head was replaced with a spare head from the Perry Miniatures British Colonials set. For the repaint I picked the color off the British Steam Engines of the period.. Hope you like them. If you have comments or suggestions please post in the comments section. Oh I'm looking for 28mm British flags decals to place on the walker. Maybe someone can point me in the right direction.
A while back Saxon Dog posted pictures of repainted 40WHF bretonnia archers. David did an amazing job with these figures. Than it hit me... Some where in the room of doom I had a small band of archers I had painted. After digging through a pile of stuff.. And I mean stuff... I found them all dusty in the their bins in the storage box.
Must admit I stole what David had done. All except re basing the figures on a larger base. My do this in the future. Here are my archers... Hope you like them.. Oh I'm not the best face painter.
I saw a spinal rehab doctor.. The doctor is a Chiropractor that specializes in lower back and neck pain. It is working I feel a lot better. No tears in my eyes when I move now. The Doctor determined my right leg was 4mm shorter. The X rays showed my spine up against the nerve. The problem is my additional supplement health insurance doesn't recognize Chiropractors. My cost is going to be close to $800 dollars for the full treatment. This is the uncovered part of Medicare. It worth it as the pain is going away. Now with my bad luck, I twisted my left knee some how. This knee has a bone chip that likes to move around. It is hurting making climbing stairs a tough one. But I except this I am not a young man anymore. So much for the golden years of retirement. Its a lie.. ;)