Thursday, 21 July 2011

VSF Brit Stronghold

Good morning,

Here, in all it's undersized glory, is my first iteration of a Stronghold for my VSF Brits.




It's a [free PDF] paperware product from the Wargame Vault. I scaled it as per the instructions, but it's a tad too small. Probably right for 18mm, but not 20. Still, it's a PDF file, so's alls I's haz to do it reprint it...sometime.

In the meantime, it'll do the job.

"I say, Ogilvy, come have a look at this..."


(My 25mm Ground Zero Games Gun Spider. Cool wee model, but I'm still trying to figure out how to highlight it properly.)

12 comments:

  1. I've done a lot of Dave's stuff and I've found that around 66% looks right on the table for 15-18mm miniatures. You did a great job with it.

    Dimitri

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  2. Cheers Dimitri,

    Your own coach house looks fantastic. I like the way you've based it, very nice.

    Nick

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  3. Very nice blog with some wonderfull work. I've added you to my bloglist.

    PS: no follow button?

    Greetings
    Peter
    http://peterscave.blogspot.com/

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  4. Thanks Peter.

    As I said in my comment on your site, your elephant crew look amazing. Very very nice work.

    Cheers,

    Nick

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  5. Pretty nifty Nick. Good to see you using your holidays on still more paperwork.

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  6. Oh very clever Paul! :-)

    You should see the piles of stuff sitting on or around my desk that I haven't been filing since, well, February!

    And your Sheridans are sooo cuuute!

    Nick

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  7. I love that last photo -- the caption cracks me up. :)

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  8. Very nice, I've got some of Dave Graffam's stuff, they're great, I use 75% for 20mm, which seems to about right...

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  9. Great stuff mate.It doesnt look like paper at all.

    Cheers Rich.

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  10. Cheers boys,

    Bard, starter for 10, who is Ogilvy?

    Monty, thanks for the tip. I'll try that with take 2...at some point...!

    Thanks Rich, I'm reasonably happy with it. And I've got a few more clues as to how to do it better next time.

    Nick

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  11. If I'm not mistaken, Ogilvy was an astronomer from War of the Worlds, zapped by a Martian weapon (?)

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  12. Well done Bard! 10 points for you!

    Nick

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