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Battle of Aliwal 1846

Battle of Aliwal 1846
By Michael Perry

Tuesday, 4 November 2014

Acre come together

Hi gents,

I hadn't realized it had been so long since my last post so here's a brief update on what's happening, Dave Jarvis has been painting away with some great results the terrain by TM Terrain is now complete a couple of pics below will give you a flavour of how this will look, This has ended up a lot bigger than I had first anticipated but will look great with the figures,
The Saracens' start to arrive

Acres gateway
Dave Jarvis has worked his magic again
Tower of flies in Acres harbour
Someone on the TM Terrain face book page had commented that they hoped the figures were of a quality that would complement the terrain I don't think they need to worry on that count,

The terrain piece is 1500mm wide by 5000 mm long
These guys can either be under siege or besiegers themselves

Another shot of the harbour tower which extends back to the harbour side,

 
Again these can be used inside and out of the city walls,
Once I have the terrain back at chez Anderson I will post some pics with the figures manning the walls,
Best wishes
Willie
 

16 comments:

  1. Masterful brushwork by Dave - great photography too. Nice work!

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  2. Another set of really nice miniatures and the terrain looks terrific.

    And nice to see some Saracens... ;)
    Inspiration is always welcome.

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    1. Thank you I always have a wee look to see how your collection is coming on always helps!

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  3. I can't wait to see the finished pictures of this terrain, it will look amazing with the figures added.

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    1. Oli thanks the terrain does really look the part.

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  4. Willie, I've been visiting the TM Terrain Facebook page to follow the progress on your terrain build for the past month or so and it does look fantastic! Excited to see it all laid out at once on your home table!

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    1. I can't wait to get my hands on it Ethan wish I had the skill to do my own like you have done!

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  5. Hi Willie, great scene as always. Compliments
    Loris.

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  6. I've been watching the terrain build with interest- didn't realise that it was for you, though, you lucky boy! :-) Stunning painting on the minis, too.

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  7. That's fantastic, paint job and photography...as always!

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  8. Very great miniatures and terrains!

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  9. Happy Holidays and thank you for this wonderful blog. It has been very inspirational. Have a great New Year

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