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Lee Hadley
Attended University of East London
Lives in Dagenham, Essex, UK
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Having already built a number of MDF buildings for my VBCW project I somehow ended up buying a few more on ebay in the last few months. The first shown here is the Café from the Pegasus bridge set produced by Warlord Games. I...
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The Swiss Guard was a regiment that could trace its ancestry back to at least 1590. In 1615  it was first mentioned as a guard regiment and it was completed and functioning as such  by 1616. By 1700 it numbered 12 companies...
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***Warning - Lots and Lots and Lots of Pics!!!*** Now that I've had a chance to recover from the trials and tribulations of 15 weeks of the 5th Analogue Hobbies Painting Challenge, it is probably the right time to do a round-...
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I was over at Lee's a couple of weeks ago discussing the terrain boards and before leaving he gave me this rather splendid present. Turns out that Lee had fumbled his check units owned  roll and ended up with two units of E...
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I’m back from a very pleasant Friday night and Saturday at Hot Lead, Ontario's premiere gaming convention.  For all I know it may be among the biggest miniatures conventions in Canada, but I’m not qualified to speak on that. ...
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***Warning - Lots and Lots and Lots of Pics!!!*** Now that I've had a chance to recover from the trials and tribulations of 15 weeks of the 5th Analogue Hobbies Painting Challenge, it is probably the right time to do a round-...
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Yes Paint monkey has done it again. Here are some more Germans for Matt. Matt has said that hw wants to do some WW1 games in 28mm so I would imagine I will be painting some more bits for him soon, actually I think he'll give ...
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I have finished the retinue of John de'Rainham: he's the handsome chap on the far back left of the pic. It's a standard 24 point host with: 1. Mounted Men at Arms (back left with lance) 2. Mounted Sergeants (middle left) 3. F...
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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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Never knowingly grown up
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RP No 166 NYW French - Gardes Suisses
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The Swiss Guard was a regiment that could trace its ancestry back to at least 1590. In 1615 it was first mentioned as a guard regiment and i

Challenge Round-Up
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***Warning - Lots and Lots and Lots of Pics!!!*** Now that I've had a chance to recover from the trials and tribulations of 15 weeks of the

ACAV M113 (1/300th scale.)
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Being honest I don't know what these are for! I got them so long ago and have now painted or should I say repainted and based these 4 vehicl

28mm Viking-es
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Yes a female Viking. Hence the "word" 'Viking-es' I do not think that is a proper word so be very careful about using it. This figure is one

Challenge Day 105 + 1 - It's All Over!
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Apart from the prizes and other announcements. Phew! The Challenge closed at 6am this morning for us UK folks. Another season of furious pai

Cavalier 2015
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Cavalier is a good show. It is the first show of the year for me and packed full of enjoyment. Normally. I think I must have been having an

Cavalier 2015 - The Pics
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As some of you may already know, the Rejects, (well some of them) headed off to Tonbridge last Sunday to visit the Cavalier Wargames show. H

Cavalier 2015 in Tonbridge anyone???
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Some of the Rejects will be making their annual trip to Tonbridge for Cavalier Wargame Show this Sunday. This is always our first Show of th

WBQ 3 and my contribution.
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Yes I know "How Very unlike me!" Well in this current edition of WARGAMES BLOGGERS QUARTERLY I have an article! Yes this is me who most self

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.
Appeal: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Very Good
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