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Posted by Fire at Will on 02 Aug 2022, 06:43

An interesting selection to fill odd gaps in my collection
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A pair of Spanish Ox-drawn limbers, the oxen and limber are 3D printed and the teamster is a repurposed HaT Spanish light infantryman.
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Spanish cavalry, the Reina Cavalry and Numancia Dragoons, these are a mash up with Esci Prussian cavalry riders and various left over horses from other projects.
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and an unplanned addition French Engineers in siege armour (LW figures donated by Douglas H), these will be used for a siege
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Finally thanks to Bill Slavin for the idea of Ox drawn limbers :yeah: :yeah:
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Posted by Peter on 02 Aug 2022, 15:02

Great conversions Will! And a colorfull addition to your troops! :thumbup:
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Posted by Minuteman on 02 Aug 2022, 20:57

Interesting Spanish Napoleonics, and I like the 3D printed Ox limbers very much. My only observation is to wonder if the blue used for the limbers might be a bit more faded and worn?

Nice Spanish cavalry, and always interesting to see how odds and ends from the spares box can be used to make up perfectly good wargame units. Well done!
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Posted by MABO on 03 Aug 2022, 09:21

I second what Peter and Mark said before. Nice new post Will! On your blog I saw the Pegasus-brigde as well. I hope you will post pictures here soon, really looking forward!!
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Posted by Fire at Will on 03 Aug 2022, 13:15

MABO wrote:I second what Peter and Mark said before. Nice new post Will! On your blog I saw the Pegasus-brigde as well. I hope you will post pictures here soon, really looking forward!!


Started priming the bridge with a new can of Car primer from Poundland, It ran out before I had finished. Serves me right for buying a £1 tin.
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Posted by Rich W on 03 Aug 2022, 22:55

Is there any period in time you haven't collected an army for?!
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Posted by Fire at Will on 04 Aug 2022, 07:03

Rich W wrote:Is there any period in time you haven't collected an army for?!


Loads, Biblical, Italians wars, post WW2 (except Vietnam) plus Warpac and beyond, so lots of scope!! Then there are armies within periods such as Danish and Swedish Napoleonics.
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Posted by Bill Slavin on 04 Aug 2022, 21:57

I DO like the oxen drawn limbers, of course - nice to see some other Spanish Napoleonics as well. Well done!
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