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Scratchbuilding a simple wargamer's fort

Posted by Ochoin on 26 Jul 2015, 00:35

This is within anybody's capabilities:

http://antonswargame.blogspot.com.au/20 ... -ruin.html


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Posted by Beano Boy on 26 Jul 2015, 01:21

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A simple modelling way to the art of brick laying too. BB
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Posted by Kekso on 26 Jul 2015, 15:35

Quote from blog "Miniature Wargaming, historical and fictional, from 1/4800 to 54mm"

1/4800 ??? :shock: :shock: :shock: What is that for scale?

And those bricks look a bit oversized if you ask me.
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Posted by Beano Boy on 26 Jul 2015, 16:24

I pinched the picture from the Link, and I would say huge is correct.
Oh well I`m off to designing a Pirate Ship for the kids during the school holiday. BB
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Posted by Ochoin on 26 Jul 2015, 17:18

Kekso wrote:Quote from blog "Miniature Wargaming, historical and fictional, from 1/4800 to 54mm"

1/4800 ??? :shock: :shock: :shock: What is that for scale?

And those bricks look a bit oversized if you ask me.


Some naval scales for wargaming are tiny.
http://s199.photobucket.com/user/Jmrino ... 2.jpg.html

How big is a block? I was in Dalmatia last month & the Spanish Fort at Hvar was built from enormous blocks.

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