January 1, 2011

Happy New Year!

Wanted to get in a shot for the first of the year. Hopefully 2011 will see an increase in activity here on the blog. I'm working on a new design for my main website that will incorporate the blog, making the two sites more compatible. The blog will take the place of the "what's new" page and will often link to the galleries, articles, and other features of the main site.

Another trip to Historicon is being planned for this summer and details of the new projects will appear as the year unfolds. There may be a Republic to Empire Weekender planned for 2011 in Hampton Roads, Virginia as well - more news here, of course, when plans are finalized. I have a plethora of projects planned, including more details about my 40mm ACW project (photos of my first finished unit coming soon), the start of a pair of armies for Beneath the Lily Banners built primarily from the new Warfare Miniatures line, the addition of some Perry Dragoons to my French Napoleonic army (got two boxes from Santa), and a return to Warhammer Fantasy with a brand new Empire army. I'm sure there will be others...

I am hoping to include new articles here and on the main site on painting, modeling, and other topics. The second edition of Beneath the Lily Banners will be sent to the printer soon (and other publishing projects are already in the queue). I am doing some painting commissions this year and will place photos of these projects as they progress and some freelance artwork, starting with the logo for the previously mentioned Warfare Miniatures...

Happy New Year!


  1. Happy New Year Clarence. I look forward to all your endeavours in 2011. Here's hoping for a productive year for all of us.

    von Peter himself

  2. Clarrie!

    Love the Warfare logo above - very swish indeed! You certainly will be a busy boy this year with all those projects.

    I'll look forward to more postings on great graphics, figures and terrain from Quindia Studios.

    All the best for 2011.

    (from Downunder!)

  3. Clarence,

    What about the English Civil War? Did you simply forget to mention it . . . or has it dropped out of the queue?

    -- Jeff

  4. Victory Without Quarter is probably the next book, Jeff...