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Latest Completed Units / Projects / WIP 2021 (Hobby Post) - Last Updated 09/04/21

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Latest Completed Units / Projects/ WIP 2021 (Hobby Post)

Here I will post updates on the latest wargames units / projects I have added to my hobby collection and also work in progress. Newest entries at the top.

60mm Painted Early Germans - Mainly Expeditionary Force

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Latest Completed Units / Projects / WIP 2020 (Hobby Post) - Last Updated 30/12/20

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Latest Completed Units / Projects (Hobby Post)

Here I will post updates on the latest wargames units I have added to my collection. Newest entries at the top.

Quatre Bras Farm 1/72 scale model

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Scratch Built 1/32 Scale Roman Fort & Pontoon Bridge (Hobby Post)

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Scratch Built 1/32 Scale Roman Fort (See further down for the Bridge)

Having collected both Imperial and Caesarian Roman armies in 1/32 scale this project had been on my radar for a while and this summer I finally got around to completing it. 

Scratch Built 1/32 Scale Roman Fort

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The English Civil War in 54mm (Hobby Post)

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The English Civil War in 54mm - 20/03/20

I've recently gathered forces for this conflict and thought I would share my experiences for anyone else considering doing like wise. I hope to update it, add photos and polish it up a bit as I proceed overtime.

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How to Make Movement Trays for 1/32 Scale Soldiers

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How to Make Movement Trays for 1/32 Scale Soldiers

Italeri 54mm or 1/32 Scale Romans. Painted and on movement trays

To make deploying my 1/32 scale troops around the table top battlefield as easy as possible I decided to put together some movement trays.

The brief I set myself was that they should be sturdy whilst being as 'low profile' as possible. They should also be fairly cheap and easy to make.

Whilst I am focusing here on trays for large scale figures you could use the same techniques for smaller sized figure trays.

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