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Author Topic: Partizan game pics & report, Battle of the Dembeguina Pass 1935  (Read 5845 times)

Offline Helen

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Re: Partizan game pics & report, Battle of the Dembeguina Pass 1935
« Reply #15 on: June 05, 2010, 02:15:24 AM »
Hi James,

Really nice work on the board, miniatures and conversions, well done.

Are you using a number of Castaway Art natives to supplement the Empress range?

Keep up the great work.

Helen
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Re: Partizan game pics & report, Battle of the Dembeguina Pass 1935
« Reply #16 on: June 05, 2010, 09:48:35 AM »
Must admit the Italian-Abyssinian conflict doesn't grab me, but that is a great looking tabletop. The kind of quality standard and visual impact all display games should be aiming for.
Nice one James  :)

Offline James Morris

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Re: Partizan game pics & report, Battle of the Dembeguina Pass 1935
« Reply #17 on: June 05, 2010, 04:15:32 PM »
Must admit the Italian-Abyssinian conflict doesn't grab me, but that is a great looking tabletop. The kind of quality standard and visual impact all display games should be aiming for.
Nice one James  :)

Thank you Captain - praise indeed!  (I was just admiring your WotR work on another forum, and am trying very hard to stay focused on Africa... :))  I personally think it's really important to make an effort with terrain, especially in the 'post-khaki period' where models in uniform can be a bit drab to look at. 

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Re: Partizan game pics & report, Battle of the Dembeguina Pass 1935
« Reply #18 on: June 05, 2010, 04:18:44 PM »
Hi James,

Really nice work on the board, miniatures and conversions, well done.

Are you using a number of Castaway Art natives to supplement the Empress range?

Keep up the great work.

Helen

Thanks Helen.  Yes, you are correct, a number of Castaway Arts models have found their way into my army.  Upon reflection, the Ethiopian army has been sourced from figure manufacturers on three different continents...sadly Africa isn't one of them (but I did base several models on Ethiopian coins to make up for it!) ;)

Regards

James

 

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