Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Irons in the Fire

My Christmas shopping is more or less done and since I am Chief Cook for Christmas dinner I'm planning a serious dinner for one and all! So some slowdown in painting is to be expected...Though I did get a basic flag designed for the Grolstien forces soon to be rolled out with the Duchess' premier unit of curassiers....(2 squadrons mind you! and in her favorite colors of Carmine no less...) ....She is quite the demanding monarch!

7 comments:

andygamer said...

Can you switch the comments sections at the two new blogs to this style? I cannot post comments at the new sites from the pull-down menu choices.

andygamer said...

I take that back. After having signed in here to comment under Google/Blogger, I just returned to your Grolstein site and found that my "andygamer" tag was automatically listed at the top of the comments pull-down menu. So I just have to sign in under Google/Blogger first, and then go to your new blogs when I want to comment there.

littlejohn said...

andy

glad it worked out and welcome!


--dave

Bluebear Jeff said...

Dave,

First, I hope that you have a wonderfully joyous and tasty Christmas.

Second, a delightful "warning" . . . designing flags and uniforms for your very own Imagi-Nations is rather addictingly pleasurable!

So just relax and have a great deal of fun.


-- Jeff of Saxe-Bearstein

abdul666 said...

Merry Christmas indeed!
Looking forward to enjoy the Duchess' Cuirassiers.

Cheers,
Jean-Louis

PS: a very indiscreet question maybe but... what is the Duchess' given name?

tidders said...

Looking forward to more of your lovely ECW units; I like your imaginary nations blogs as well.

Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year

-- Allan

littlejohn said...

Yes this blogging different periods is like spinning plates...I'm going to be back at the ECW stuff shortly cause I just got the Phillip Hawthornwaite book on the ECW and some pretty inspiring stuff there! I'm also planning a few "how I did it" posts on my SYW/18th century buildings in a "Grantian" style