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Brilliant! Lluis.

Guess I won`t be putting my ACW here then. :'(

General discussion / Re: Prompted by an idea
« Last post by Colonel Kilgore on Today at 12:43:10 PM »
You need to post a little more to get to Wild Boar, Terry!

Very nice!

I'm obviously shocked by the lack of pink lining,  and surprised you even dared confess to this heinous crim, Lluis 🙂

As usual the standard does look very high and tidy again.
General discussion / Re: Prompted by an idea
« Last post by Spartacus on Today at 11:45:35 AM »
I still use my old segmental screw together Gold/Silver ones from a while back.


I just got promoted to a Domestic Pig, I should really be a Sanglier as we have them around here.

Marketplace / Re: Best way to sell on EBAY?
« Last post by Leman on Today at 10:16:32 AM »
A friend of mine uses eBay and says he gets better results selling units rather than whole armies. You could also use a unit to draw in a prospective customer, eg I am pleased you like my American dragoons. I have the rest of an AWI army available if you are interested.
General discussion / Re: Prompted by an idea
« Last post by Leman on Today at 10:11:53 AM »
I think that because the British first popularised wargaming back in the 60s and 70s (I know the Americans did as well, but travel was both more difficult and expensive then) the inch became a popular measurment in games. I have been looking at Lithuania's DeepCut mats and they are described in feet and inches.

General discussion / Re: What are you working on....?
« Last post by Leman on Today at 10:06:24 AM »
Currently putting 15mm Italian Warsfigures into units for painting for the Furioso rules.
Workbench and Suggestions / Re: 15mm ww2 french seated figures.
« Last post by Kevan da G on November 25, 2020, 10:41:10 PM »
Just heads unfortunately,

The only uniform slightly alike for both the french and italians is the ww1 british for busses, but they are in 3's and i need singles.
If we had loose seated italians,, i could do various italians,  french motorised and even Norwegians
I've got another unit revamped, after over a decade of oblivion (even a decade and a half!). This time I've devotedly respected the original painting job (a variety of grey, sand or 'butternut' shades; I still remember that these latter were obtained from mixing light grey with human skin tones); so I focused solely on reworking some washes and highlights.

1st Florida Bn.

This unit is intended to stand for the 1st Florida Battalion, so it's been given a flag in accordance. Seemingly, the outer edge should be pink rather than white, because the flag was supposed to follow Bragg's pattern; but a sample drawing seen on Internet and my personal taste made me choose a white lining rather than a pink one. Apologies for the inaccuracy  ;)

More pictures on my personal blog: http://soldadets.blogspot.com/2020/11/1er-batallo-de-florida.html

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