I have recently sold off one of my lesser used collections of figures and having cash burning a hole in my pocket I caste my eyes around for something to spend it on. I've had this book for quite a while and it includes a very playable set of rules in it. I've never amassed any ECW armies in 28mm having been put off by the thought of painting up two armies - enter the 2D Wofun plexiglass figures !.
I ordered their starter set in 28mm - here is a Royalist Regiment of Foote, 48 figures on 6 bases. I have filled the gaps in the bases with brown 'milliput' and painted the edges of the figures with brown ink to cut down the shine.
King Charles I , the chap that caused all the trouble.
A Troope of Horse .
A gunne and crew. The gun is mdf and a bit fiddly to put together .
The down side of 2D figures , but the plus side is that I had them unboxed based up and on the tabletop the following day .- instant wargaming ! .
A rather nice command group, I've added tufts of foliage to the various bases . I realise that these flat figures are not every bodies cup of tea, but the idea of getting figures onto the tabletop and start playing games is a great selling point for me.