The first artwork reveal of 2016 is here, with three beautiful plates to showcase from our April 2016 releases. Enjoy!

Campaign 292: Camden 1780 by David Smith

Our first illustration is the work of Graham Turner and shows a soldier overlooking the Bombardment of Charleston from a battery at Fenwick's Point.

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Warrior 179: US Army Green Beret in Afghanistan 2001-02 by Leigh Neville

Next up is this great plate from Peter Dennis, which shows troops conducting specialist mobility training with their ground mobility vehicles or GMVs.

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Men-at-Arms 505: Imperial Chinese Armies 1840-1911 by Philip S. Jowett

Last, but by no means least, is this stunning illustration by Gerry Embleton. It depicts Li Hung-change, one of the most prominent Chinese political and military figures of the late 19th century, flanked by a Captain of the Imperial Army and a standard-bearer from the Army of Ch'iu Feng-chia.

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Have these three plates whetted your appetite for our upcoming titles? Let us know in the comments section below.