Graf von Schnyder – Tally Ho! Workbench

This model is from the Wargames Foundry Darkest Africa range. Graf von Schnyderis walking whilst carrying his rifle. This is a picture of the painted model from the Foundry website.

Graf von Schnyder – Tally Ho! Workbench

In the first instance I based the model on a two pence piece. I then gave the model a white undercoat.
Graf von Schnyder – Tally Ho! Workbench
This is a nice model, not sure if I will follow the paint scheme from the Foundry website.
Graf von Schnyder – Tally Ho! Workbench
Graf von Schnyder – Tally Ho! Workbench

The Younger Stanley – Tally Ho! Workbench

This model is from the Wargames Foundry Darkest Africa range. The Younger Stanley is carrying his rifle. This is a picture of the painted model from the Foundry website.

The Younger Stanley – Tally Ho! Workbench

Having based the model on a two pence piece, I gave Stanley a white undercoat.
The Younger Stanley – Tally Ho! Workbench
The Younger Stanley – Tally Ho! Workbench
I also, as I said with Teddy Roosevelt, intend to use the model for VSF and Old West scenarios too.

Teddy Roosevelt – Tally Ho! Workbench

This model is from the Wargames Foundry Darkest Africa range. Teddy Roosevelt is carrying his helmet and carrying a rifle. This is a picture of the painted model from the Foundry website.

Teddy Roosevelt - Tally Ho! Workbench

Having based the model on a two pence piece, I gave Teddy a white undercoat.

Teddy Roosevelt - Tally Ho! Workbench

Teddy Roosevelt - Tally Ho! Workbench

I also intend to use the model for VSF and Old West scenarios too.

Tally Ho!

Tally Ho! has been an idea of mine for many years now, and sadly hasn’t got very far.
The concept was based around the 1930s pulp fiction, combined with the best of the Indiana Jones films, a smattering of Darkest Africa and potentially some steampunk in there too.
Having finished my Victorian Science Fiction Steam Tank and Emmet Gates, I knew that I did need some more figures. Though I was still painting my Foundry Gunfighters, sorting through some boxes I found some Foundry Darkest Africa figures that I must have bought in the 1990s at some point.
Foundry Darkest Africa figures
Foundry Darkest Africa figures
Foundry Darkest Africa figures
Foundry Darkest Africa figures
I decided that I would try and paint these up, mainly for use with the Old West rules, but also to inspire me to revisit and think about the Tally Ho! rules and background.