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    Jeff Glasco
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    I recently played a solo game of Piquet-Cartouche to remind myself of the rules, plus I actually had a bit of time off, which is becoming rare these days with work and family commitments. I used my American Revolution figures. You can read about it at: https://jdglasco.wordpress.com/2015/09/25/piquet-cartouche-american-revolution-2nd-battle-of-windy-lane/. It was one of my first tries at photographing one of my games; I’m getting better, but I have a long way to go with photo quality.

    Jeff

    #32102
    Norm S
    Participant

    Nice replay – I have something of a yearning to do AWI, though they would be in a queue behind some 10mm French / Austrian napoleonic, if I kept to my discipline of painting before buying more.

     

     

    #32135
    Jeff Glasco
    Participant

    Norm,

    Thanks for your kind comments. I’m sort of the reverse, I’m doing American Revolution till next Spring and then I hope to do some sort of 15mm Napoleonic project. What 10mm figures do you use? I also like them as they have a fair amount of detail.

    Jeff

    #32140
    willz
    Participant

    A very nice looking game Jeff, cheers for sharing.

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