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1. Acrylic paint in a big range of colours. Humbrol (little white pots from 1990), Warhammer (various small plastic containers with odd/evocative names), Ceramcoat (larger containers with a white squeeze top and 160 colours. Usually found in craft shops)
2. Etched markers for "dead", "routed" and other game functions. as made by Warbases and GF9.
3. PP Napoleonic Old guard running away. Amusing.
4. Army Painter "magic dip"
5. Other washes
6. Static grass
7. Electronic static grass applicator
8. Relatively affordable air brushes and compressors
9. Ability to shop online and receive toys the next day
10. MDF terrain templates
11. The glue gun
12. Army Painter matt spray
13. A spiderless shed with nice cosy bench and kettle.
14. Green stuff.
15. Cheap Chinese trees in serious sizes. (Although often take longer than a day.)
16. The internet as a tool to make easy communication for sharing of ideas on forums.
17. Super glue.
18. Printed play mats
19. Peter Pig rule sets,( easy to play,not a lot of record keeping)
20. PayPal (makes buying toys so much easier)
21. That little sprayer of superglue activator
22. Gold powders for mixing with mediums for gold on models
23. Blue stuff
24. Pilot gold fine line marker
25. Pilot super color silver pen
26. Pilot super color white pen
27. Graphit stick
28. Blue tack
29. Self adhesive grass tufts
30. Solutions for setting and fixing water slide decals
31. Water slide decals
32. Silicone shapers
33. All the plastic figures and models
34. All the print on demand figures and models
35. Light weight fillers
36. Gale Force 9 battlefield in a box
37. RFCM group
38. New type of wargames shops with gaming areas.
39. Peter Pig gaming days across the country and throughout the year
40. "Next generation" PP Vietnam models
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Eye Candy / Re: Something a little out of the ordinary
« Last post by Colonel Kilgore on Today at 05:21:14 PM »
Those buildings are great.

And the figures too! Or at least, the painting of the figures :)
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Eye Candy / Re: Something a little out of the ordinary
« Last post by martin goddard on Today at 05:09:11 PM »
Those buildings are great.
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Eye Candy / Re: Something a little out of the ordinary
« Last post by Lurkio on Today at 04:28:44 PM »
These are Blue Moon figures - so 18mm

The buildings are 'puzzle kits' from China. I thing 4 each (eBay) , foam core type construction
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General discussion / Re: These are a few of my favourite things
« Last post by martin goddard on Today at 04:18:14 PM »
1. Acrylic paint in a big range of colours. Humbrol (little white pots from 1990), Warhammer (various small plastic containers with odd/evocative names), Ceramcoat (larger containers with a white squeeze top and 160 colours. Usually found in craft shops)
2. Etched markers for "dead", "routed" and other game functions. as made by Warbases and GF9.
3. PP Napoleonic Old guard running away. Amusing.
4. Army Painter "magic dip"
5. Other washes
6. Static grass
7. Electronic static grass applicator
8. Relatively affordable air brushes and compressors
9. Ability to shop online and receive toys the next day
10. MDF terrain templates
11. The glue gun
12. Army Painter matt spray
13. A spiderless shed with nice cosy bench and kettle.
14. Green stuff.
15. Cheap Chinese trees in serious sizes. (Although often take longer than a day.)
16. The internet as a tool to make easy communication for sharing of ideas on forums.
17. Super glue.
18. Printed play mats
19. Peter Pig rule sets,( easy to play,not a lot of record keeping)
20. PayPal (makes buying toys so much easier)
21. That little sprayer of superglue activator
22. Gold powders for mixing with mediums for gold on models
23. Blue stuff
24. Pilot gold fine line marker
25. Pilot super color silver pen
26. Pilot super color white pen
27. Graphit stick
28. Blue tack
29. Self adhesive grass tufts
30. Solutions for setting and fixing water slide decals
31. Water slide decals
32. Silicone shapers
33. All the plastic figures and models
34. All the print on demand figures and models
35. Light weight fillers
36. Gale Force 9 battlefield in a box
37. RFCM group
38. New type of wargames shops with gaming areas.
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General discussion / Re: These are a few of my favourite things
« Last post by pbeccas on Today at 02:25:32 PM »
1. Acrylic paint in a big range of colours. Humbrol (little white pots from 1990), Warhammer (various small plastic containers with odd/evocative names), Ceramcoat (larger containers with a white squeeze top and 160 colours. Usually found in craft shops)
2. Etched markers for "dead", "routed" and other game functions. as made by Warbases and GF9.
3. PP Napoleonic Old guard running away. Amusing.
4. Army Painter "magic dip"
5. Other washes
6. Static grass
7. Electronic static grass applicator
8. Relatively affordable air brushes and compressors
9. Ability to shop online and receive toys the next day
10. MDF terrain templates
11. The glue gun
12. Army Painter matt spray
13. A spiderless shed with nice cosy bench and kettle.
14. Green stuff.
15. Cheap Chinese trees in serious sizes. (Although often take longer than a day.)
16. The internet as a tool to make easy communication for sharing of ideas on forums.
17. Super glue.
18. Printed play mats
19. Peter Pig rule sets,( easy to play,not a lot of record keeping)
20. PayPal (makes buying toys so much easier)
21. That little sprayer of superglue activator
22. Gold powders for mixing with mediums for gold on models
23. Blue stuff
24. Pilot gold fine line marker
25. Pilot super color silver pen
26. Pilot super color white pen
27. Graphit stick
28. Blue tack
29. Self adhesive grass tufts
30. Solutions for setting and fixing water slide decals
31. Water slide decals
32. Silicone shapers
33. All the plastic figures and models
34. All the print on demand figures and models
35. Light weight fillers
36. Gale Force 9 battlefield in a box
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General discussion / Re: These are a few of my favourite things
« Last post by Leslie BT on Today at 02:18:35 PM »
1. Acrylic paint in a big range of colours. Humbrol (little white pots from 1990), Warhammer (various small plastic containers with odd/evocative names), Ceramcoat (larger containers with a white squeeze top and 160 colours. Usually found in craft shops)
2. Etched markers for "dead", "routed" and other game functions. as made by Warbases and GF9.
3. PP Napoleonic Old guard running away. Amusing.
4. Army Painter "magic dip"
5. Other washes
6. Static grass
7. Electronic static grass applicator
8. Relatively affordable air brushes and compressors
9. Ability to shop online and receive toys the next day
10. MDF terrain templates
11. The glue gun
12. Army Painter matt spray
13. A spiderless shed with nice cosy bench and kettle.
14. Green stuff.
15. Cheap Chinese trees in serious sizes. (Although often take longer than a day.)
16. The internet as a tool to make easy communication for sharing of ideas on forums.
17. Super glue.
18. Printed play mats
19. Peter Pig rule sets,( easy to play,not a lot of record keeping)
20. PayPal (makes buying toys so much easier)
21. That little sprayer of superglue activator
22. Gold powders for mixing with mediums for gold on models
23. Blue stuff
24. Pilot gold fine line marker
25. Pilot super color silver pen
26. Pilot super color white pen
27. Graphit stick
28. Blue tack
29. Self adhesive grass tufts
30. Solutions for setting and fixing water slide decals
31. Water slide decals
32. Silicone shapers
33. All the plastic figures and models
34. All the print on demand figures and models
35. Light weight fillers
36.
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Terrain and Figures / Re: Head Swaps
« Last post by NTM on Today at 01:14:25 PM »
Thanks all I'll pick a variety up and give it a go.
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General discussion / Re: These are a few of my favourite things
« Last post by Stewart 46A on Today at 01:04:09 PM »
1. Acrylic paint in a big range of colours. Humbrol (little white pots from 1990), Warhammer (various small plastic containers with odd/evocative names), Ceramcoat (larger containers with a white squeeze top and 160 colours. Usually found in craft shops)
2. Etched markers for "dead", "routed" and other game functions. as made by Warbases and GF9.
3. PP Napoleonic Old guard running away. Amusing.
4. Army Painter "magic dip"
5. Other washes
6. Static grass
7. Electronic static grass applicator
8. Relatively affordable air brushes and compressors
9. Ability to shop online and receive toys the next day
10. MDF terrain templates
11. The glue gun
12. Army Painter matt spray
13. A spiderless shed with nice cosy bench and kettle.
14. Green stuff.
15. Cheap Chinese trees in serious sizes. (Although often take longer than a day.)
16. The internet as a tool to make easy communication for sharing of ideas on forums.
17. Super glue.
18.Printed play mats
19. Peter Pig rule sets,( easy to play,not a lot of record keeping)
20.Paypal(makes buying toys so much easier)
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