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Philotep31 Oct 2020 6:25 a.m. PST

Hi gentlemen. Since my 1/72 WFB army is painted, I can show them all at once, standing their ground, then in battle against the Orcs.

The Talabecland army, defending a village north of Talabheim:

Then the Orcs arrived, and the battle begun:

The complete battle report here:

Personal logo PaulCollins Supporting Member of TMP31 Oct 2020 7:17 a.m. PST

Great looking armies, especially, in 1/72. Thanks for the write up.

Andrew Beasley31 Oct 2020 11:38 a.m. PST

Some sweet models you have there :-)

Sgt Slag31 Oct 2020 6:28 p.m. PST

Holy Craft Paint, Craftman!!! That is some of the finest painting I've ever seen… Your game looks like a diorama. I know they're likely all plastic mini's, but I still would be very apprehensive to game with them. Not a criticism, just being honest. That quality of paint work scares me to even think about touching the figures, for fear of damaging them.

Incredible figures, terrain, etc. That is the whole package. Stunning, really. Just stunning. Thank you, for sharing. Cheers!

Philotep04 Nov 2020 1:40 p.m. PST

Thank you very much for your kind comments :)

Yes, they are plastic indeed, andI must admit that the halberds are a bit fragile, but the acrylic paint stays well on the minis, and even better if you add a layer of matte varnish. I regularly let some of the minis fall on the floor (it was an accident, I swear :)), and they get no damage.

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