Friday, August 22, 2014

Deadbeat Advertiser?!?!?!?

I just noticed that I have been listed as a deadbeat advertiser at The Miniatures Page. I asked Mr Armintrout over 12 months ago to cease the advertising due to a number of issues that I had with his site and his ethics...anyway, good luck to Mr Armintrout and to the continued success of his numerous business enterprises

Friday, July 5, 2013

What would you like to see next?

Let me know and I will see what we can do.

Well, I am really back this time...

Things have been quite hectic/ depressing/  traumatic/ (insert adjective here) over the last 10 months. This is the first time I have been back to the blog. Good to see that there are still hits every day!

Just when I thought I had all things sorted in October they came back with a vengeance. On top of it all now.  Things will get better around here. Time to start dusting out the place.

Friday, October 12, 2012

I'm Back!

Let's leave it at that... Time to rebuild this place :)

Friday, March 23, 2012

Golconda Miniatures Available at Salute!

Nic from Eureka will be attending Salute 2012, in the UK, on 21 April. Unfortunately, he won't be taking more than a few samples of the range, unless you pre-order.

If you are interested please contact Nic by this link or me through the blog, or by email gwz"at"golcondarising.com (usual thing about replacing "at" etc to stop spammers).

Further info regarding Salute can be found here

Regards
gwz

Friday, February 24, 2012

Aaaarrrrggghhh!


Well, not quite that bad, but I have been in a hole of late. I need a good holiday or something...

Sunday, January 29, 2012

A disappointing book...





Military Flags of India from the Earliest Times was very promising when I read the review. Unfortunately for my purposes there was not a lot of interest. To be honest, there was nothing  of interest. The book was published by BR Publishing of Delhi in 2011. There are 126 pages of text and 64 plates.

There are 16 pages of text dealing with Moghul flags and two disappointing plates:


The strength of this book is for the post British period, dealing at length with flags of the modern Indian armed forces. 35 of the 64 plates outline those flags. There is one (1) flag relating to the Mutiny. Essentially, all the other flags relate to the ancient and early medieval period. Many of the plates, other than those of the modern period, are black and white.

regards
gwz