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Wednesday, 27 December 2017

So Christmas is over.

 Well Christmas is over and I now have time to update my blog.I managed to paint this small group between making meals and entertaining my grandchildren during the festivities. The group are from Black Hussar and have sat in my spares ox for nearly a year. I hope to put together a review of the year before New Year, again depending on festivities and alcohol poisoning. Anyway I hope everyone got what they wished for and if you didn't then clearly you have been naughty.



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  1. Oh I do like that, these 'little' bits and pieces really add to a game. Very nice.
    Dave.

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  2. Delightful! Dave has hit the nail on the head with his comment.

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  3. Nicely done! Reminds me to get my bakers set on the painting table.

    Jim

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    1. Ive still got mine to do Jim along with some camp followers.

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  4. Good lookin', wood gettin' vignette!

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  5. Have been looking at this range of figures for some time, so this post, Robbie, is useful. And you have done a great job on painting and using them. Cheers for the New Year.
    Michael

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    1. Michael, the range is very good. They do use a fine metal which can cause the odd bayonet to disappear, but apart from that they are first class.

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  6. Nice finish on some delightful figures!
    Clearly I have been "naughty "
    Best Iain

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  7. Nothing wrong with a bit of naughtiness Iain.

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My 6mm Napoleonic set up.

My 6mm Napoleonic set up.
Austria 1809.

Austrian Hussars

Austrian Hussars
Hinchliffe figures

Austrian Grenzer

Austrian Grenzer
Austrian Grenzer

Smoggycon 2013

Smoggycon 2013
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Smoggycon 2012

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Smoogycon 2009

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