|Standard bearer or wealthy clansman|
It's all my fault. For that I apologize. To not have hurried up and painted these lovely sculpts and share them is in of itself a serious misdemeanour.
I commissioned these models from the talented Steve Shaw many moons ago. Steve works at his own pace and so the figures have trickled to me in batches over a protracted period. This perhaps contributed to the under the radar arrival of the set.
We now have a considerable number of Highlanders and Scots designed for use in the period 1675-1698. They do however have application in the English Civil War and 18th century Jacobite conflicts in 1715,1719 and 1745.
|Clan chief or officer|
There are 7 codes in the range which means in total 34 different sculpts including a mounted version of Bonnie Dundee.
I will feature each code in detail and based for gaming as time goes by. I also intend to offer three different CLAN REGIMENTAL PACKS mixing the models in appropriate combinations.
|PACK H06 Clansmen attacking|
|PACK H05 Clansmen ready - open handed|
|PACK H07 Highland Command with Dundee|
|PACK H03 Clansmen with matchlocks|
|PACK H02 Militia/Clansmen in mixed dress|
|PACK H04 Clansmen ready with mixed weapons|
|Fearsome clansman at Killiecrankie 2015 commemoration|
My long running interest in this battle was further stimulated by attending the Soldiers of Killiecrankie living history event this year at the battlefield.
|Clansmen at Killiecrankie|
More on the Highlanders soon but enjoy these pix for now.
|The battle I exhibited at Perth Museum a few years back|