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Will McNally
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Britcon 2017
A quick trip into Manchester yesterday to join the Lance & Longbow for the show and a look at the Traders. We replayed Stamford Bridge 1454 from Phalanx. For one of the games I took on the ill-fated Percy's and nearly survived (I have to mention the victor...
Britcon 2017
Britcon 2017
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On the workbench - August 2018
Well July turned out as badly as expected on the painting front. I've just got back from a fortnight in the Dolomites and I have the following in front of me to work on. Hopefully I can get back on track. Clockwise from the top right Two Arabian/Afghan bu...
On the workbench - August 2018
On the workbench - August 2018
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Scapa Flow
To many, just a name in the history books, but it was during WW1 and WW2 the British navy's major anchorage. Now it is fairly empty and the Navy has gone,but there was still plenty to see when I visited the Orkneys last month. First off was the old Naval ba...
Scapa Flow
Scapa Flow
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Yet more SYW Highlanders
It's been slow painting progress because of the hot weather. But at last I've completed the 77th Foot (Montgomery's Highlanders) The mix of figures is the same as I used for the 42nd Foot and the flag came from the excellent Project SYW site Another reason ...
Yet more SYW Highlanders
Yet more SYW Highlanders
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Half year progress report
First the good news, the tests show my problem was normal for my age, so carry on as normal. Now a quick review of how far I got in the first half of the year The major project is Tricorne rebasing, covering all my Seven Years War and American War of Indep...
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On the workbench - July 2018
June has been a bad month and July is not looking any better. I bailed out of Phalanx slightly early due to medical problems and then missed the Gentlemen Pensioners game on the Sunday. I'm now having to undergo various tests, which will have an effect on ...
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SYW Prussian Commanders
Another batch of rebasing completed and also the last of my Seven Years War Prussians. Additional figures have been added so that each brigade commander now has two figure bases and the more senior three. The couple of odd foot figures are a commissary of...
SYW Prussian Commanders
SYW Prussian Commanders
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SYW 42nd Royal Highlanders
I always underestimate how time-consuming painting highlanders is. This is even though I used a very simplistic dark green blue check pattern for the Government Tartan at the time. I've painting the facings in blue as they became a royal regiment in 1758, ...
SYW 42nd Royal Highlanders
SYW 42nd Royal Highlanders
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Arab Foot Rebels
These are the really lovely Strelets Arab Revolt Foot Rebels. They have plenty of character and go well with their cavalry The reason for the long break in posting was the loss of my laptop due to a corrupt disk drive and its replacement under warranty wit...
Arab Foot Rebels
Arab Foot Rebels
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Phalanx 2018
Some of the games that caught my eye at the show (apologies as always for the lighting) Our Lance & Longbow game, the battle of Stamford Bridge in 1454 a classic Neville/Percy scrap Zulu War in big boys scale 54mm The Zulus, thousands of them The plucky Bri...
Phalanx 2018
Phalanx 2018
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