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    Avatar photoJeff Bridoux

    Hello all,

    I have finally started my 3mm Waterloo project. I have just finished painting both armies for Quatre-Bras as a starter and will have a game of Blucher tomorrow to try the rules out. The ultimate objective is to get all armies for Waterloo done.

    Figs are Oddzial Osmy and more pics of the game will follow. I hope you like!

    Avatar photoPatG

    Most impressive.

    Avatar photoMike

    That is very cool.
    It is the reason I did 6mm Napoleonic’s, only more so!

    Avatar photowillz

    Very cool looking army, tempting.

    Avatar photoMcKinstry

    Please stop! Those look so good I find myself tempted by yet another scale and I do not have the time left on this planet.

    Seriously great looking stuff and very tempting. It is actually a perfect scale for Blucher.

    The tree of Life is self pruning.

    Avatar photoJeff Bridoux

    As promised, a few pics of our game of Quatre-Bras using Blucher rules.

    Avatar photoAbwehrschlacht

    Brilliant work, very impressive. I’m doing something similar but in 6mm.

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    Avatar photoIain Fuller

    Very nice!

    I like the cobbled road effect – what is it made from?

    Avatar photoJeff Bridoux

    Hi Iain,

    they are cobblestone roads from Noch if I remember correctly. You can either buy a roll of one meter (there are several widths available) or a sheet (which I did as I want to model a town square for my 15mm WWII).

    Avatar photoJeff Bridoux

    Thank you for the comments gents.

    i am now waiting impatiently for my order to come in to expand!

    Avatar photoIain Fuller

    Cheers Jeff, I’ve had a look at their site and they have just the things that I was after.

    Avatar photodarthfozzywig


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