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David Sargent



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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Fri Jul 28 2017, 20:06

That's why I didn't choose a native army Cameron....especially after painting 600 Zulus for Ian Hind :-) :-)
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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Fri Jul 28 2017, 20:03

you may have to wait a wee while on that front Dave, as the rest of us are still playing catch up with the painting side of these armies.
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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Fri Jul 28 2017, 19:57

Thanks Eddie. Yes, hopefully be at Claymore...at least until lunchtime...then off to footie.

Must try to get into club sometime soon. Lots of games I'd like to try.

DS
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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Fri Jul 28 2017, 19:54

These are excellent Dave as usual, when will we see them in person ?
Will you be attending Claymore ?


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David Sargent



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PostSubject: Death in the Dark Continent   Fri Jul 28 2017, 17:32

At last finished my Boer force for Death in the Dark Continent. Mounted and dismounted versions. Also by using sabot bases for my Sharp Practice North West Frontier figures I can field a British Colonial and/or British in Sudan force. Anybody played this yet?

IMG_4222 by David Sargent, on Flickr

IMG_4223 by David Sargent, on Flickr

IMG_4226 by David Sargent, on Flickr
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David Sargent



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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Mon Mar 06 2017, 09:10

Thanks Doc. See you Saturday.
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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Sun Mar 05 2017, 23:53

I'll have a look Dave. I haven't touched my Barbarian sprues yet. Are you heading to Dumfries on Saurday? We can do the swaps there if I have spare arms0.
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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Sun Mar 05 2017, 09:59

I'm on the scrounge.....does anyone have, unused, the spear arms from the Frostgrave barbarian spru? I'm trying to make a small unit of spearman and need at least another three sets of arms. Can swap with other arms from those sprues if necessary.

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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Sun Feb 22 2015, 18:00

Thanks Dave,

Lots more of them to get done and then on to a different colour scheme for more specialized troops.
Gonna try to keep myself on a painting schedule this year, fingers crossed.

G.
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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Sun Feb 22 2015, 13:19

Nice work George. They look great

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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Thu Feb 19 2015, 16:24

my first batch of dwarves, came out alright i think.

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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Fri Jul 26 2013, 18:10


Hi Dave

They look fantastic, what a difference seeing next to a 28mm.

I will have a look and see I had some a long time back.

I hear those rules are very good, I had thought of 54mm for SP games they do look the part Laughing 

See you next week

A
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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Fri Jul 26 2013, 11:17

Eventually let my heart rule my head and started on a project that I've contemplated for a long time. I've reverted to my childhood and started to paint some 54mm figs.

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Now looking for as many old Airfix 1/32 Waterloo figures as I can scrape together.  Search those attics and cellars. I'd be happy to buy, swap or paint figures in lieu if anyone has any still lying around that they would be willing to part with - especially Highlanders

I've tried to grab a couple of boxes on e-bay but have been beaten each time.

Victrix have a set of fast play rules for 54mm that they use in participation games at shows but I'm sure it would work equally well with other rules.

See you at Claymore

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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Thu Apr 25 2013, 12:50

I've got a large pile of Early Parliament that would need painting. Assuming I can get my tax rebate out of HMRC & I can shoehorn them into your shcedule between Ally's endless figure shipments :-)
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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Wed Apr 24 2013, 18:42



Beautiful looking army Dave its a real treat to see inspirational stuff

I will need to get my P&S sorted now to give you a game

See you at Falkirk

A


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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Tue Apr 23 2013, 16:14

Looking for opponents for my newly finished (?) 28mm Pike and Shotte Montrose Irish

six foote regiments
two cavalry regiments
three highland clan groups
one medium gun
one light gun

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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Sun Apr 15 2012, 22:40

That's really good of Dave, sorry about finger though, as you say it is a dangerous hobby. NEVER MIND THE SPEARS ,SWORDS, BULLETS AND SHELLS, it's always the craft knife that gets you in the end,lol.

cheers John
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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Sun Apr 15 2012, 22:03

John

Cost - NIL

I'll make as many town houses that I can with the materials I've got. I may take a few back for my collection after the big game.

Got another one under way this afternoon and have already shed blood over it! Slicing my finger with a modelling knife when trying to cut out the bloody windows.

Dangerous hobby wargaming

Cheers
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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Sun Apr 15 2012, 21:46

Hi Dave
They look the business and would be ideal, and another half dozen would be fantastic. I'm certainly hopeful of running a big Iabsm game in October and once I get a list of figures and vehicles that everyone has, I will then get a couple of large practice games sorted out and try to iron out any kinks. The new v3 rules are a lot more streamlined and easier to play which always helps.

I'll leave it to you and Ally to negociate cost, although as you know he drives a hard Bargain does our Ally ,lol.

cheers John
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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Sun Apr 15 2012, 11:54

John

Ally was asking me about 20mm buildings for your WWII game with the Sheffield guys.

I have three or four scratch built buildings left in my collection but also have enough card and base boards to build another six or so.

Happy to oblige.

The buildings are fairly basic but also look a bit better in the flesh

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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Thu Nov 17 2011, 18:37

nice, the squiq buddy looks just like matilda from robot wars.

Busy converting up a lizardmen blood bowl team from bitz left in my spares box.
Should look good when i'm done.
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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Thu Nov 17 2011, 12:54

Finished painting my big mek and built him a nice little attack squig friend lol




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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Thu Oct 27 2011, 23:48

That's brillaint looking Kris. I wouldn't want to tangle with him using my Eldar.
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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Thu Oct 27 2011, 20:31

Kris wrote:
Here is how I am getting on painting my ork big mek, nearly there Smile


This post also confirms I am still around lol Smile


Nice work Kris fantastic war boss

A
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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Wed Oct 26 2011, 19:50

hi Kris

nice work on the mech mate. Love the worn to the metal effect. Nicely done

DS
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