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    willz
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    Finished these over the past week.

    Grenadiers Royal Zvezda 20mm plastic figures.

     

     

    Field defences made from twigs and yard brush bristles.

    Company Frances Crann Tara figures.

    #159843
    Steve Johnson
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    Very nice Willz!

    #159876

    Lovely work!

     

    Forgive my ignorance,  but are these compatible, or two different projects?

    #159878
    Jemima Fawr
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    Lovely stuff!  And you’ve just given me the perfect solution for some 10mm ACW field defences I was about to make! 🙂

    My wargames blog: http://www.jemimafawr.co.uk/

    #159883
    William19
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    Beautiful work all around, Willz.  I especially love the grey artillerymen conversions and the blue you used on the Marines.

    Superb terrain pieces, too.

    Thank you for sharing.

    Bill

    #159901
    willz
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    Lovely work! Forgive my ignorance, but are these compatible, or two different projects?

    Yes two different projects, The first two photo’s are from my 20mm plastic project the Frances Marine / artillery are from my 28mm project, the field defences are compatible with both.

    #159902
    willz
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    Thanks for everyone’s kind comments.

    #159906
    willz
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    Lovely stuff! And you’ve just given me the perfect solution for some 10mm ACW field defences I was about to make! 🙂

    Glad to help inspire, I just pick up the twigs whilst walking the dog.  I spray them with furniture polish leave in a plastic box in the sun for a few days strip of the loose bark.  Then build using the supports UHU glue onto lollipop sticks, artist grey board, tablemats / coasters.  then add a base mix of PVA glue acrylic paint and sand, when dry add the yard brush bristles.  When dry varnish everything.

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