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#81 [url]

Sep 6 12 11:03 PM

Nice work SHo, you might have put these on (in colour) before I started my Austrian command! ;0)

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#84 [url]

Sep 9 12 1:00 AM

From top-down view they are circular.. it is too big shako cords hanging points, who create the wrong image here..

Take the Tea and come again tomorrow..

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Sep 14 12 2:18 AM

Sho, I have thoroughly enjoyed your thread. Watching your soldiers being sculpted are very interesting to me. I've never sculpted before and your photos are so enlightening. Great work Sir!
Thank you!

God bless,
John T.

If you can't dazzle 'em with brilliance;
Riddle 'em with bullets!

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#90 [url]

Sep 22 12 6:47 PM

Thanks..

I host an internet wargame with my soldiers.
Two 6-players teams fighting with each other.
Teams staff headquarters are hidden but some common info are available..

http://www.boki.ee/Wargame/Erfurt2012/Erfurt.htm

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#91 [url]

Sep 23 12 4:21 PM

My first successful moulding and casting.. Saxon Musketeers.
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Eureka miniatures on left, for compare.

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#94 [url]

Sep 24 12 10:46 PM

Sho,
Th Saxons came out pretty goodand I think they look as good, if not better than the Eureka Saxons/

Also nice job on the Towarczys, you should paint them up, as I bet they'll look pretty good.

John

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Jan 30 13 2:01 AM

Sho,
The Towarczys came out real nice, and a great job on the sculpting also.

Excellent conversions on the elite company Dragoons into Horse Grenadiers and early Carabinier. You must be reading my mind, as I've thought about this for some time now. Even doing head swaps with helmeted dragoons, to turn them into Carabinier.

John

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