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  • Avatar photoOB
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    Good review, thank you.

    OB
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    in reply to: Why Ancients? #63736
    Avatar photoOB
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    The history is fascinating, tactical variation massive and as noted above its pretty.

    sasanian

     

    OB
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    in reply to: What's on your painting desk/table/corner #63732
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    I’m slowly completing Austrians and Prussians for the SYW using Blue Moon and OG 15s.  These are the Von Brandenburg regiment.  Blue Moon with a Kronoscaf flag.

    prussians

    OB
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    in reply to: What are you working on at the moment? #63408
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    The figures are Donnington Late Romans Aaron, I find it an excellent range.  The buildings were bought unpainted from ebay I’ve no idea who made them despite a bit of investigating.

    Victoria’s War of the Roses mention above reminded me I’ve two Donnington New Era 100 Years War Lion Rampant Retinues to do.  Heraldry in 15mm-gulp.

    OB
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    in reply to: What are you working on at the moment? #63389
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    Sure Aaron, they are for the British Garrison who are all done now.  Here are some of them.

    Roman

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    in reply to: Uploading photos? #63374
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    Yes, Photobucket is pretty good and easy to use.

    OB
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    in reply to: What are you working on at the moment? #63371
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    Late Roman command bases like this one.

    Roman Command

    OB
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    in reply to: Tell Me About – The First Carlist War #63279
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    I’m currently doing this, for books get All Honour is Lost and Conrad Cairns The First Carlist War-both very affordable.

    For figures in 15/18mm you can choose from Totentanz, QRF and Capitan some of the last two will mix.  The command here are Capitan, the rank and file QRF.

    Carlists

    I’m currently awaiting an order from Totentanz once I have it I’ll do a size comparison here and on my blog.

    Th size of engagements went from skirmishes to quite big battles.  You can see more pics on my blog if you scroll down.

    OB
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    Avatar photoOB
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    First rate stuff as ever.  I often use your figures as a painting guide.

    OB
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    in reply to: Building a Pictish hillfort #63242
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    Very impressive Patrice.

    OB
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    in reply to: Project Complete: 10mm CSA Force #63226
    Avatar photoOB
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    They look the part, KT.  A bit more light next time for the photo. 

    OB
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    in reply to: If You Were Starting a Range of Figures… #63201
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    A few years ago I put aside the money to commission a range of 16th Century Irish figures in 15mm for the Nine Years War. While I hesitated at the last minute Khurasan released their range.  I was delighted and in pocket.  I’ve not felt the urge since though I am eagerly awaiting more Carlist War 15mm from QRF and Totentanz.

    OB
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    in reply to: TPL for the French and Indian Wars #63016
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    Yes, it is The Pikeman’s  Lament.  Sorry about the acronym.

    OB
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    in reply to: In Search of an Ancient Army #62862
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    Have you considered collecting a Pontic army? Lots of scope there.  Otherwise and in the same neck of the woods Armenian or Parthian have lots going for them and some nice figures about.

    Carthaginians of course are great, and you already have two component parts of the army with Gauls and Celt-Iberian troops.

    OB
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    in reply to: Welcome to the General Forum #62762
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    Hi All,  My name is OB.  I’m interested mainly in Ancients and Colonials but do other stuff to all in 15mm.  I do have a blog where I write about toys and history as you might expect.  My current enthusiasms include Piquet and Dan Mersey’s recent rule sets.

    OB
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    in reply to: Howdy all #62759
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    Hi Aaron, good to see you here.

    OB
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