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Lee Hadley
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Lives in Dagenham, Essex, UK
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6mm / 1;285th scale flags
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6mm Flags
I've been working on a load of small projects lately and the latest has been the most challenging. I need some 1:285th scale flags for my Desert Raiders project. OK Maybe I don't need them, but I wanted them and that's pretty much the same thing to most war...
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Another 6mm resin building from Leven Miniatures.
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The latest addition to my 6mm North Africa building collection. The Sidi Rezegh Mosque by Leven Miniatures. 
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This past week I have been working on a few small items for my 6mm North Africa project and today I completed a new building from Leven Miniatures . The Sidi Rezegh Mosque was actually a tomb of an Arab saint, and was the scene of a major battle during Oper...
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Some shade for my 6mm North Africa forces. 
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Historical Wargamer, Roleplayer & Miniatures Painter
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My blog - BigLee’s Miniature Adventures - is dedicated to my passion for miniatures paintingwargaming, roleplaying games, board games and all things military history

I am a founding member of the Dagenham Dungeon Delvers a group of long time friends who meet bi-weekly to play Roleplaying Games such as D&D, Hollow Earth Expedition, Marvel Heroic and Call of Cthulhu

I’m also a member of Posties Rejects a group based in Kent who wargame a wide range of historical periods and rules including Fire & Fury and General de Brigade. I am currently working on two Flames of War projects focusing on the Normandy Campaign of 1944 (using 15mm models) and North Africa 1942 (using 6mm scale figures).
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900th Post -THANK YOU ALL
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That's right, this is the 900th published post and I have all you followers new and old to thank for keeping me blogging away. It's a great

Starting tomorrow win Karl's mug
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Come back over to DJK’S Fantasy World tomorrow or visit the official Karl Axilion Trilogy page on Facebook to find out how to win one of the

O'Leary Miniatures: And the Winners Are....
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Before we get to that I want to apologise for having missed reading some of your posts over the last few days. On Friday I spent too much ti

Games at Broadside 2016
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Well as I am sure you will know Broadside show was yesterday. So here is a very very very very very quick glimpse of the games that were the

Winner in Ray's Contest!
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Just before I left for vacation, I received notification from Ray (of Don't Throw A 1 fame), that I was a winner in his recent give-away. Ou

The Rusty Regiment (Part 2)
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I know some of you will be turning away in disgust! I must admit if it was on some other blog I might well do the same such is my dislike of

Paint Monkey and 3 officers walk into a bar.
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Yes another ridiculous blog title. But here today we have 3 WW1 Officers including one mounted on a horse. Again all painted by me and for m

O'Leary Miniatures: Blog Birthday Give Away!
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It's been four years since I began this blog and although I'm not around a whole lot, I have had a wonderful time getting to know you all. T

Re Landscaping my Moon Boards. (1)
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Firstly let me get the book keeping out of the way. I have had to change the play by blog game back to a Napoleonic naval engagement as oppo

Another Three Dueling Cars
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I surprised myself - I actually managed to finish all three of the cars I was painting up. So, here are some pretty pics for you. The blue a

UFO 7TV
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I must be honest this idea only came to me at Salute this year. But now that I look back I was probably only going to end up here anyway. Ba

The only good Celt...
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I'm running a big Roman vs. Celt game at Partizan next Saturday and am basing/rebasing a few more of my least-favourite-to-paint* enemies of

A very interesting museum with some surprising and unique exhibits. Plenty of interactive stuff to keep the kids interested and lots of large exhibits (vehicles & AVRE's etc) to keep Dad happy. The only negative - and its a big one for me - is that the museum operates a no photography policy inside the building. This isn't mentioned on the website which is a bit naughty.
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