I don't like the Warlord plastics really. The new command-set drummer/ensign-combo is great tough. Some card-board under the base really did the trick.
Broadside: Empires of Steel - Battle Off Imbros - Last evening at the Wollongong Wargamers we once again returned to our favourite WW1 Naval rules Broadside: Empires of Steel, but this time we took a br...
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Very nice - they look marvelous. DeanAntwortenLöschen
Yeah I like these a lot,AntwortenLöschen
Really interesting scene and very nicely finished off.
Looking forward to your next update!
A great command stand - very well doneAntwortenLöschen
Cheers guys! I was spending too much time on this stack sadly - I need to go back to some sort of "table-top"- standart if I want to finish this project until the 200 yeah celebrations in east germany.AntwortenLöschen
Very nice. Well done.AntwortenLöschen
Very nice work, what flags are you using? Are they hand painted home made?AntwortenLöschen
Vibrant colours and excellent basing- inspiring work! I love the flowering plant; along with that amazing flag, it really catches the eye.AntwortenLöschen
Thank you for the kind words! And yes I think the flowers work like a charm. Love that german hobby-stuff.AntwortenLöschen
The flags are from GMB designs - the "Rolls-Royce" amongst the banner/flag-makers out there.
Although it is not my age, your prussians are simply great. Especially the command stand. Very impressiv!AntwortenLöschen
Add more purple flowers to the regulars too. That would appreciat them a lot.
I will take a look on your blog in the future :)
Cheers Figurenschieber =)AntwortenLöschen
Im quite careful if it comes to planting gardens on battelfields, sometimes less is more =)
Thank you for some fantastic posts and images. I for one will be stopping by on a regular basis.AntwortenLöschen