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Khandibarian town of Khitkhat

Posted by Paul on 07 Jan 2012, 16:56

A couple of the finished buildings of the little Khandibarian town of Khitkhat
(scratch built)

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Some Khandibarian sharpshooters and the colonial army here
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Posted by zzed on 07 Jan 2012, 21:58

this Esci warriors kit is one of my favourites, and you paint them very nice :thumbup:

I'm glad that your colonial army which is getting bigger will not be bored, and will have a decent opponent in Khandibah

add some carpets to buildings ;-)
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Posted by Peter on 08 Jan 2012, 20:51

Great work Paul :thumbup:
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Posted by Hans on 08 Jan 2012, 21:01

Very nice,Paul :thumbup: :thumbup: Just watched the black and white version of "Charge of the light brigade ",the same atmosphere is in your buildings ;-)
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Posted by jellytwig on 09 Jan 2012, 01:27

Great work, Paul !
My great grand-dad served in that campaign with the Bournville Rifles. Nearly lost his Twiglet when he was hit by a Ferrero Ricochet during the retreat to Karamac.
( Now that's a name almost lost to history ! )
I'm looking forward to your modelling of the Regimental grand piano on it's ox cart mounting, which played such a great part in maintaining morale throughout the campaign.
Those Esci bods are really versatile. I've used some to convert into 1st C. Biblical types for a Jerusalem diorama I made many years ago.
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Posted by Duke atreides on 09 Jan 2012, 01:45

I like everything, but the buildings.... :love:
How did you do them?
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Posted by leifkarl1112 on 09 Jan 2012, 14:14

They're definately need a break in this town! :mrgreen:

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Posted by Paul on 09 Jan 2012, 14:23

Duke atreides wrote:I like everything, but the buildings.... :love:
How did you do them?

Thanks. I´ve got a couple more to make so I´ll take piccys as I go..and some about doing the fig basing

There´s a new scout in the army...an irishman called Tobias Lerone...his mates call him Toby :mrgreen:
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Posted by MABO on 09 Jan 2012, 16:03

Interesting to see some other topics from you. I am looking forward to your next colonial additions. No more medivals to paint? :-D
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Posted by dykio on 10 Jan 2012, 12:06

Great stuff, but missing one essential building...... the pub :-D
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Posted by Paul on 10 Jan 2012, 12:28

MABO wrote: No more medievals to paint? :-D

Apart from an Ayyubid 12th cent army , An 1195+ Crusader army, A WotR´s army, A fantasy medieval army, a few more seige machines and transport, finishing the Hussite, Burgundian, Norman, saxon and Viking armies, adding some more buildings to Styrow on the Foam and a Norman castle....oh and any civilians that are around...... ??? :scratch: :scratch: ...no ;-)
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Posted by jmchasco on 10 Jan 2012, 13:46

Beautiful city mate ! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:
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Posted by zzed on 10 Jan 2012, 18:26

Paul wrote:There´s a new scout in the army...an irishman called Tobias Lerone...his mates call him Toby :mrgreen:


he will probably suggest the use of Mhilky Way road to get through the Shni Cker's passage to strategically important Mhar's valley
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Posted by Duke atreides on 10 Jan 2012, 20:36

Paul wrote:Apart from an Ayyubid 12th cent army , An 1195+ Crusader army, A WotR´s army, A fantasy medieval army, a few more seige machines and transport, finishing the Hussite, Burgundian, Norman, saxon and Viking armies, adding some more buildings to Styrow on the Foam and a Norman castle....oh and any civilians that are around...... ??? :scratch: :scratch: ...no ;-)


Even more projects just for medievals than I have on all subjects!! :mrgreen:
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