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Battle of Aliwal 1846

Battle of Aliwal 1846
By Michael Perry

Monday, 18 June 2012

Beachead

Hi gents,

I had a very relaxing fathers day yesterday breakfast in bed and then was left in peace in the study painting and converting some plastic figures.I also managed to purchase on the net from Vietnam  all places two very large men O' war ships which should be here middle of next month all being well.The war office is basing the rest of the sloops at present so the fleet should really look the part soon.
Can't beat some land /sea action.

You can see the chopped up horses in the background.

I found these horses in the Lord of the rings set in the summer house.

Row boats from my Sikh wars collection.

You may notice the piles of equipment hats etc these from the perry plastic set.

This is going to end up a very large amphibious collection.

The marines march away.

Carlist wars British figure.

More new stuff coming through the week so drop by and have a look if you have time.
Best wishes
Willie

15 comments:

  1. Cor Willie- a fleet, too. That is excessive! :-) Simon

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  2. Great stuff and ideas (especially the horses in the water), also a splendid sight overall

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  3. Nice! What a cool scenario. Best, Dean

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  4. Great pics and figures as ever. Looking forward to seeing more

    Ian

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  5. great stuff indeed I like the way you can see little stories everywhere you look

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  6. How wonderful! Every time I see another part of your collection I have to reign myself in from bankrupting as they always look so tempting.

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  7. Awesome! I do love your horses emrging from the water, a great idea!

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  8. What a superb and ever expanding collection of figures and terrain that you have. A great idea with the horses in the water.

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  9. Well if that just isn't cool or what!! Super atmosphere work!

    Christopher

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  10. Excellent. Pretty amazing set up! I too like the horse in the water idea.
    Cheers
    paul

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  11. Brilliant! Just brilliant!

    Greetings
    Peter
    http://peterscave.blogspot.be/

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