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My 2022 Hobby Blog

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My 2022 Hobby Blog

17/02/22 - WW2 British Airborne Army in 1/72 scale

My 1/72 scale WW2 British Airborne army for Bolt Action

I have not had much time for hobby projects for quite a few months.

However I have just dusted down some of my accumulated WW2 stash intended for use with the Bolt Action rules. I had gathered the sets I wanted ages ago and am now moving on to basing the poses I need ready for future painting - which I will blog about when it get's done.

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Basing GW LotR Miniatures for Mass Battle Gaming - A Few Tips. (Hobby Post)

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Basing GW LotR Miniatures for Mass Battle Gaming (Hobby Post)

I love the Games Workshop Middle Earth range apart from the round slotta bases.

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Painting American Civil War Figures

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A Call to Arms Confederates 1/32 scale

Here's a quick guide to painting American Civil War Union & Confederate forces. My experience has mainly been with 1/72 scale and 1/32 scale plastics but there is no reason why at least some of this info should not be of use to those painting other scales or materials.

 

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Hobby Tools & Accessories for Gamers & Figure Painters.

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Hobby Tools & Accessories for Gamers & Figure Painters.

This hobby guide looks at some of the tools & accessories wargamers and toy soldier figure painters may find useful.

Hobby Tools & Accessories for Gamers & Figure Painters.

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Painting Plastic Toy Soldiers - Quick Tips

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This is a guide to painting 1/72 & 1/32 scale plastic toy soldiers offering some quick tips gained from over twenty years of painting figures myself. Some of this information may also be of use for those painting other materials and other scales.

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