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Atheling07 Aug 2021 3:05 a.m. PST

The slow death of a laptop is a sad thing indeed. Not only do I have to say farewell to Photoshop CS2 but I cannot find the password for either CS2 or an old copy of Elements so I had to splash out on the new Adobe Elements, which I thought I would give the once over by revamping some old photo's which I suspect edited with stand in software.

The results, actually not too bad for a cheap software such as Elements.

All the individual, "life sized" images of the Brits and Afghans, such as the ones below, can be seen on my Just Add Water Blog here:'
justaddwater-bedford.blogspot.com/2021/08/my-god-maiwand-revamped.html

66th "Berkshire" Regiment of Foot, Maiwand July 1880:



Afghan Tribesmen on the Attack:

cavcrazy07 Aug 2021 6:52 a.m. PST

Beautiful stuff, it is the inspiration I need to keep working on my NWF project.

WarWizard07 Aug 2021 8:21 a.m. PST

Excellent!
Are those all Perry figures?

takeda33307 Aug 2021 1:52 p.m. PST

Gorgeous! Superior work!

Legionarius07 Aug 2021 4:32 p.m. PST

Things don't look too different from when I was in Afghanistan 18 years ago! Just give them AK 47 instead. The same show will go on there forever.

Atheling08 Aug 2021 3:29 a.m. PST

Thanks guys :)

WarWizard:

Are those all Perry figures?

Yes and no! The Afghans were sculpted by the Perry's for Foundry many years ago.

The Brits are from Artizan Designs:
link
Available from Brigade Games in the USA:
link

The Afghans from the Wargames Foundry range:
link

Hope that helps you out?

Atheling19 Sep 2021 2:14 a.m. PST

More pics of individual bases of the Brits here:
justaddwater-bedford.blogspot.com/2021/08/my-god-maiwand-revamped.html

Samples:




More pics of individual bases of the Afghans here:
justaddwater-bedford.blogspot.com/2021/08/my-god-maiwand-revamped.html

Samples:



Cheers

My Just Add Water Miniature Painting Blog:
justaddwater-bedford.blogspot.com

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