Tuesday, April 19, 2011

More Zulus… With GUNS!

I figured to start with I could play some smaller skirmish games. Most skirmishes, I figured, would mostly have involved Zulus sniping and harassing transport columns or patrols. Thus, I’ve decided to finish up the Zulus I have with firearms first…

(Remember: click on the pictures for a bigger version)

These are all from Wargames Foundry.

I have another dozen of these. Unfortunately most of the rest are in British tunic. I think over half may be in British officers patrol tunics!

Coming soon on Tim’s Miniature Wargaming Blog:

More Zulus with guns… or British… or Hobgoblins and other D&D characters…


  1. Compliments !!! Very great look !!!

  2. Good work Tim! I have a couple of 1/72 American Indians wearing British jackets. One I did in the right colour and the other I did in a more generic colour because how many do you really need in a small force? Ah the excitement of buying a job lot!

  3. Nice work!
    Now, I like Foundry miniatures and have quite a few myself, and I even like the vignettes and characters and such, but sometimes the mix seems a bit heavy on those. So it's not always easy coming up with a unit that isn't heavy on "characterful" types (unless you buy extra packs).

  4. Nice work. I think what I like most about your blog is the apparent model painting attention deficit disorder you have :) I never know what is going to pop up on there!

  5. I'm not THAT bad am I? I mean if I was truly ADD, there's be ONE zulu with a gun, and a cleric, and one Imperial stormtrooper, and an ECW currassier, and a napoleonic British Rifleman, and a Thracian peltast, and one zombie, and an Italian paratrooper, and a old west gunslinger, and a pirate, and a....

    Actually if I was truly afflicted I wouldn't post anything at all I'd have a room full of half painted stuff and be sitting at the computer trying to decide what to buy next...

    heh... that being said... If I spent all the time I spend surfing the internet, trying to decide what else I "need" for this project or that, actually painting... I'd get TWICE as much stuff done!!