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GreenOakSteve

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  1. Not a great photo, sorry, but got my first Naval Battlegroup finished
  2. Sneaky idea, I like it and I do have a fair few Britannian turrets lying around
  3. Hi, It would appear that I have no Tambov models for my Russians but a fair number of Suvorovs. Has anyone tried converting Suvorovs to Tambovs or have any suggestions? Thanks
  4. I've had some good results with the yellow over shaded silver in the past - nice and bright but doesn't look like gold though
  5. How solid is the fortress? Does it require pinning?
  6. Finally got the box back out and restarted work on my scenery for Dystopian Wars Parts come from the old scenery sets, Dreadfleet, and Brigade Models I've put the top off the second drilling rig to one side to build a version of the big Sturginium Rig
  7. Hi everyone, it's nice to be back How long have you been playing these games? Only Dystopian Wars to now, for 3 or 4 years Where do you play? Mainly at home Which fleets and armies do you own? Which fleets and armies do you plan to add to your collection? Far too many tbh, Russian, French, FSA, Prussian, got far too many incomplete/unpainted models in the to-do pile
  8. 10mm is a difficult scale to find commercial terrain for but it's small enough to scratchbuild fairly easily and quickly. A lot will depend on the settings used. If Armoured Clash sticks to the underpopulated areas there won't be much need for many buildings. C19 colonial era buildings are pretty simple designs, though they do need a lot of corrugated roofs. Hmmm, maybe this thread should be in the scenery folder
  9. We've actually found the Campaign Booklet from Operation Shadow Hunter really helpful for staging up the complexity nice and slowly.
  10. Darn, missed that one completely
  11. I use stronger reading glasses than I could use to read with. It does reduce your depth of field somewhat (which increases the risk of spillage incidents from bumping the side of the jar / bottle) but overall I'm very happy with the method.
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