Ive got a fair bit done this week towards finishing my little 1/24th scale ironclad project ready for games.
Russian Baltic squadren. General Admiral on the left, Petr Veliki to the center and Kreml to the right.
Close up of the armoured cruiser General Admiral
All of these ships have been shown before, but since last-time I have added 3mm bases made out of balsa wood that allow me to acctualy pick the things up and move them around the gaming table. They should also greatly increase the durability of the models as people will be much less inclined to handel them by the model. I have also added small flags to the rear starbord quater of the model to denote its nationality. The ships names and ID numbers are unde the bases, but you cant see them.
Also, three Black Sea Cost Defence Monitors
The two larger monitors are the Russalka and the Chichgov.
The smaller, circular monitor is the infamous Novgrod. I have the rules written up for her, including a rule for her spining out of control! No model is avalable in this scale, so I made one. Its a goblin shield with vairous bits and peices added to it. Im really rather happy with it.
Also, a trio of murchantmen to be targets in some cruiser games. Im not sure what little flags to put in the corner of their bases. Any ideas are welcome.
Hope you like them. Tell me what you think!