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Lee Hadley
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I originally painted just the one figure from the pack, Gary A gave the figures to me and my son along with a mini mountain of Gripping Beast Vikings. I can't remember the details and I am hoping the supplier will get in touc...
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Billowing smoke and flame markers for my 6mm WWII FOW games.
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More Smoke Markers
I'm currently waiting for some more models to arrive (z scale railway track all the way from Japan!) but in the meantime I couldn't just sit around and do nothing. My idle hands have therefore been employed making more smoke markers for my 6mm WWII games. I...
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Looks good.
Face to face game with Stephen today with my French facing his Russians using Die Fighting 2 by Bob Jones. Interesting game especially compared with first version which we played several times. The use of Commands to generate...
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A big thank you goes to all of you who contribute to my little part of the blogesphere and its my pleasure to dish out some prizes to some of you. 50 bloggers entered the fray, some won more than one prize as well!!! Could al...
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I've been making more smoke markers for my games...you can never have enough explosions!
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Played this old Avalon Hill title with my Dad managing to get in two plays in one night. Such a good game and I found the Battle Card system very nostalgic indeed. I played Carthage both times and almost took Rome in both gam...
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Super game and one of those which has me thinking "this could work as a miniatures campaign" :-) 
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6mm dismounted LRDG Chevy crew and a new variation of the Dismounting under Fire rule. 
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The Flames of War rules for LRDG Chevy trucks state that crew can dismount as rifle teams. Personally I don't see the point of swapping a vehicle bristling with heavy machine guns for an infantry rifle team but the option is there if the players can see a u...
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Usual readers of this blog know that I have recently embarked in a new painting project ahead opf the publication of the incoming TooFatLardies modern warfare rules "Fighting Season"·. Once I overcame the initial panic, I fou...
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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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Armless or Harmless Pack Finally Finished
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I originally painted just the one figure from the pack, Gary A gave the figures to me and my son along with a mini mountain of Gripping Beas

Painting British Modern Infantry - Progress Report
mylardiesgames.blogspot.com

Usual readers of this blog know that I have recently embarked in a new painting project ahead opf the publication of the incoming TooFatLard

Kings of War - Skeleton Heroes
johnstoysoldiers.blogspot.com

Added a couple of heroes to my Kings of War Undead, the King and the Standard Bearer. Mantic metal models.

15mm Bulgars
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I've finally finished the Bulgars! On Wednesday they had the basing texture added; last night that got drybrushed; I took them into work tod

Marins de la Garde Impériale
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Time for a brief break for the Prussian units I'm churning out for Ligny this July! One of the more unusual units in the French army was the

Seleucid V Carthaginian Bash Hail Caesar AAR
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Only two days after the Hail Caesar game with Matt I was back over at Kev's for another HC game. The feel is quite different as the figure s

15mm Cavalry.
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Well not all that exciting. One of my mates at the wargames club (Peter) has gotten me to paint some 15mm British colonial period Cavalry fo

Review, Warbase Lancia Triota Armoured Lorry
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Warbase Lancia Triota Warbase is another of the lasercut wood model kit manufacturers that have sprung up in recent years, often offering ve

Shieldmaiden
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I'm in one of those don't know what I want to paint moods again, so I am just painting stuff I am finding on the workbench - there is no rhy

Playing with your Pics
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Sketch Effect Inspired by the lovely artwork in my new Battlefront Blitzkrieg rulebook, I've been playing about with a free online photo man

Wargames Bloggers Quarterly Issue 4 has arrived!
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The latest WBQ has arrived! Download your free copy now! Just love that temple on the cover...

Chaos Marines
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I sweated blood painting this lot but...I need the space and I have lots of marines. To eBay, you go.

Empress Maria Theresa
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Well something a little different, not a leather stocking in sight. Nor a gun, sword axe or other weapon of war. Back in 2013 when I entered

More Cracked and Broken Glass
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A little progress update, (no the rubbish hasn’t been collected yet - we’re still wading through THREE to FOUR weeks worth of uncollected re

Yet more Woodland Indians!
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Well the title gives a very good clue about these figures. Continuing with the Redoubt 28mm French Indian Wars range today another 4 Indians

More great Vietnam Terrain
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More absolutely cracking 15mm Vietnam terrain to inspire and empty wallets... http://wargamebayou.blogspot.com/2010/09/vietnam-war.html http

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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