Painting Guides

The following painting guides are basic guides to the subjects that they cover. While they provide a lot of good, solid basic information, they would never claim to be definitive or completely comprehensive.

The great thing about the Internet is that it allows people from different nationalities to pool information. Much of my own info is from Anglo or easily accessible sources, but other contributors have been able to draw on a range of sources unavailable or unaccessable to those of us whose foreign language skills are limited.

If you feel that you could add to the collection please get in touch. Do not worry if you do not know anything about graphics or web design. If you can handle a simple paint routine and word processor I will provide templates. All you will then need is a little time and effort. I am not looking for works of great depth or scholarship. These remain primarily painting guides for wargamers, and 6mm wargamers at that, so we do not need to know minutiae.

All you have to do is to contact me at admin@baccus6mm.com

So, itís over to you...



English Civil War

War of Spanish Succession

American War of Independence

Napoleonic Wars

American Civil War

Franco Prussian War
 

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