10/09/2019 at 14:17 #121799
Loughton Strike Force put on a game at Colours this year where we depicted the French assaults in the afternoon of the 6th July against the final Austrian held positions in Deutsch-Wagram and on the Russbach Heights during the Battle of Wagram, 1809.
For the full report see:
Figures were mainly AB, with a smattering of Old Glory and Minifigs.
Buildings were a mix of Total Battle Miniatures, old Architectural Hertitage and some Timecast and Hovels.
Rules were General d’Armee.10/09/2019 at 14:23 #121800
MikeKeymaster10/09/2019 at 18:17 #121821
Colours is always a good day!
Not too crowded but certainly not sparse on punters either.
As we run a mixed demo and participation game we easily had room for our three Colours participants to join in the game, one on the Austrian side and two willing French commanders!
10/09/2019 at 21:57 #12184211/09/2019 at 18:43 #121907
- This reply was modified 1 week, 3 days ago by David Brown.
Looking gorgeous as always, Dave!
And the game’s not bad either, sweetie!
My wargames blog: http://www.jemimafawr.co.uk/11/09/2019 at 20:25 #121915
I hope this doesn’t sound as if I’m carping: why is the terrain so dry looking?
Obviously a great looking game but I’d’ve thought a greener battlefield?
donald12/09/2019 at 09:57 #121952
It was greener on the day – honest!
The terrain matt used is a mix of green (mostly) and tan. However when reproduced in photos the green becomes far more brown, if that makes sense.
12/09/2019 at 10:37 #121954
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I have a green/brown terrain mat that my digital camera decides is mostly brown from time to time. My condolences.
https://corlearshookfencibles.blogspot.com/12/09/2019 at 13:22 #121979
Thanks. I’ve had my share of colour-correction issues: famously, my ‘licorice all-sorts Gauls’.
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