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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Wed Oct 26 2011, 11:58

Hi Kris

Very nice,a fair bit of work that one.

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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Mon Oct 24 2011, 09:53

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
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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Sat Oct 22 2011, 21:05

Hi Allan

I've also bought a box of the WSS cavalry and have started painting them as French dragoons - nice bright yellow and red coats. A box of 12 figures will make a French regiment of four sqaudrons.

I'll post some pics of them when I've finished

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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Sat Oct 22 2011, 12:42

David Sargent wrote:
Just got a couple of boxes of HaT Industries new 28mm hard plastic Andalusian Cavalry for my El Cid / Norman collection.

They look really nice figures and two boxes of light cavalry makes 12 horse archers and 12 javelin armed cavalry - all for about £15. Not bad.

I've also got a box of their Andalusian Heavy cavalry - they look a bit too Arabic to be used as Normans but they are nice figures mainly lance armed but one with axe and shield.

I'll post some pics when I get a few painted.

DS

look forward to seeing them

I just picked up a box of the Wargames Factory WSS Cavalry they are nice, 12 to a box with loads of combinations of head and body to cover all the period Regiments. I liked the infantry you had done, great way now to pick up a cheap army.

when you next down and we can arrange a BLB game?

cheers

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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Sat Oct 22 2011, 09:15

Just got a couple of boxes of HaT Industries new 28mm hard plastic Andalusian Cavalry for my El Cid / Norman collection.

They look really nice figures and two boxes of light cavalry makes 12 horse archers and 12 javelin armed cavalry - all for about £15. Not bad.

I've also got a box of their Andalusian Heavy cavalry - they look a bit too Arabic to be used as Normans but they are nice figures mainly lance armed but one with axe and shield.

I'll post some pics when I get a few painted.

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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Fri Aug 26 2011, 22:00

John wrote:

I'm beginning to worry about you Doc, first the Bunnies now figures in bloody latex,, please, please don't let it be orcs!!!!!


Now now who are we to judge there may be a perfectly logical explanation.....!!!


Right OK I'm not even convincing myself ...... it was the Ogre in pink that started to get me worried....!!!!!
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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Fri Aug 26 2011, 21:34


I'm beginning to worry about you Doc, first the Bunnies now figures in bloody latex,, please, please don't let it be orcs!!!!!
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PostSubject: Latest Works   Fri Aug 26 2011, 00:29

first off sorry for not putting pics up but tis late and i am tired lol but anyway my current projects are my shaggoth, 100 Night Goblin Horde , Orc Blood Bowl Team and learning to paint latex (for some of docs cheerleaders)

if wanting to see pics always best to check the site aa i try to update that once a week :-)

other than that ill try and get pics up tomorrow of sum of the stuff ive done recently
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PostSubject: Much appreciated   Fri Aug 05 2011, 17:36

Thanks Dave. It looks brilliant from your photos. Let me know when you are heading down with it and I wil have money for you or if you are seeing Ally then I'll make sure he has it.
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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Thu Aug 04 2011, 14:47

Doc -

- finished your tower.

Will bring it next time I arrange to meet Ally for the football or next time I'm down at the club. Whichever is soonest

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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Thu Jun 30 2011, 20:50

I'll bring it on Sunday. Mycopy of Black Powder arrived today. Just about to open i Smile
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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Thu Jun 30 2011, 16:11




Excellent Doc, I'm sure we will find a use for them and no doubt Dave will have lots of ideas already.

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PostSubject: Coffee Stirrers   Thu Jun 30 2011, 10:39

I got 2 boxes of the coffee stirrers. I'll bring one into the club for anyone who wants some. It's a box of 1000 Smile. Doc
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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Mon Jun 27 2011, 22:28


Very nice Dave, the village looks good enough to raid right now. The Hat figures figures fit in fine and look real nice painted up, I had another look on their site and will get some napoleonic ones to add to Sharp Practice troops, the legere figures are nice.Pity no cavalry yet.

Doc, the coffee stirrers sound a good idea.

JC
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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Mon Jun 27 2011, 21:45

Dave

Village and figures are both excellent.

Regards
Eddie Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Mon Jun 27 2011, 20:47

Hi Dave
Love the look of your Viking village.
We were talking about Balsa yesterday. I have maybe found a useful alternative. My boss bought a box of coffee stirrer sticks. They are 190mm x 8mm x 2mm. Soft pine I think. They come in a box of 1000 & I'm going to see how much they are for a box. Boss is going to cash & carry on Wednesday. I think they would be good for planking and maybe making fences.
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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Mon Jun 27 2011, 18:16

John

we were talking yesterday about the HaT Industry 28mm's. I've added some pics of my Normans - actually mostly HaT El Cid Spanish.

HaT's 28mm figs are all hard plastic like Vitrix and Gripping Beast. They are slightly smaller and thinner but seem to fit in OK. They are also cheaper per box. I've added some pics of them against the Conquest Games plastic Norman Knights for comparison. The Conquest Games box comes with twelve horses but fifteen figures giving you the option to make some up as light cavalry. However, Conquest Games website sells sprues of three horses that I've used to mount the six figures left over from the two boxes I bought. The box also contains a fallen knight and horse - reminds me of the old Airfix seventh cavalry figure.

I've also added some pics of my Viking settlement so far. This is an ongoing project and I can see where it needs some tweeks. It could also do with some livestock and plundered goods lying around!

Enjoyed the game yesterday

Cheers for now

DS

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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Sat Jun 18 2011, 18:42

Thanks John, that's great. I'll get on with them now.
See you next Sunday hopefully

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PostSubject: base sizes   Sat Jun 18 2011, 18:24

Hi Dave, just spent ages looking for the rulebook,lol.

Artillery is based as 1 gun and 2 crew on a 1" frontage x 1 1/2" deep and extra crew figures on 1/2" frontage x 1 1/2" deep per 1 figure. Hope he hasn't asked for more foreign troops to be painted, it's the only spanish army I know that has very few spanish troops in it.

cheers JC
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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Sat Jun 18 2011, 12:48

Hi guys

I'm painting some 15mm SYW Spanish for Bill at the moment.

Can someone remind me of the base sizes for artillery please. I've done some before but have forgotten the dimensions.

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PostSubject: Acw figs   Fri May 27 2011, 16:52

Hi Dave, they look great, looking forward to trying the rules and getting them on the tabletop. I'm pretty sure a lot of snipers and sharpshooters used single shot muzzle loaders too lol.
See you Sunday. JC
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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Fri May 27 2011, 12:49

Before Eddie gets on line - I've just realised my deliberate mistake with some of the sharpshooter figures - did they not use breechloaders?

Suppose I can claim that some of the figures are cleaning the barrels with those ramrods! Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes

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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Fri May 27 2011, 12:12

Here are some pics of my 28mm ACW figs for Sunday's game.

Still got a box of Perry Zouves to paint but don't think I'll manage that before Sunday

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PostSubject: Re: What are you working on?   Sun Apr 10 2011, 22:01

Cheers Doc. All settled, many thanks. Glad you like them

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PostSubject: Bloodbowl Bunnies   Sun Apr 10 2011, 21:06

Hi Dave,

I received my Bunnies, referees and balls today at the Club. I assume he has settled everything with you. They are fantastic and I look forward to playing with them. Ahem! Embarassed Thanks Dave.

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