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PostPosted: Mon Sep 17, 2018 10:39 am 
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That is amazing--I could stare at that in person for hours.

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 17, 2018 11:17 am 
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Thank you Jim. Obviously this is The Great Civil War but my next battlefield models are the Battle of Northallerton (Standard),1138, with approximately 26,000 figures but this is what I call a static model so all the figures are fixed in place. The Battle of Nevilles Cross, 1346, with approximately 20,000 figures again all fixed in place. The Battle of Newburn Ford, 1640, with approximately 26,000 figures but these will be movable and may be duplicated in the various formations of that era. The Battle of Homildon Hill, 1402, with approximately 20,000 figures and again all figures fixed. The Battle of Waterloo, 1815, as we all know and that is on a 1:1 figure ratio and all figures movable and will start with all troops in their starting positions, and then each battalion, squadron, battery will feature duplicated in formations of the battle or of the era. I believe around 2,000,000 figures. The first four models are in 1/800 (2mm) scale with 2mm figures and the Waterloo model will be in 1/600 (3mm) scale with 3mm figures.

Thank you all for your lovely comments, I do have close up pics of the figures in their boxes so if people want to see them I will be more than happy to put them up, and I also have one of the French units nearly completed for the Waterloo model. It's the 1er Batallion du 1er Regiment d'Infanterie Legere, and I can pop that up as well, once I get it completed.


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