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carojon31 May 2024 1:03 a.m. PST

Having completed both battle lines for the British and Batavian-Dutch fleets at the Battle of Camperdown the focus now turns to completing the small ships that supported both fleets.


In this post I look at the two British frigates, Beaulieu and Circe, and two Batavian-Dutch corvettes, Minerva and Waakzaamheid, the first two models from the Warlord Games range and the latter two models being 3D prints from Henry Turner.


If you would like to know more then just follow the link to JJ's.



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