But there are some strange miniatures, could you post some explanation?
Eg. the strange factory in Ontario, the fortress in the capital cities and the destroyer with the basement.
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The strange factory in Ontario is a factory piece I took from an obscure game called Square Mile. You can see pictures of the game and its pieces on Game Board Geek or just click here:
Scroll down to the Images section where you will find a picture of the factory or just click here: http://www.boardgamegeek.com/image/197740
The fortress in the capital is a piece I took from a game called Mighty Empires.
You can see pictures of the game and its pieces on Game Board Geek or just click here:
Scroll down to the Images section where you will can find a picture of the fortress or just click here: http://www.boardgamegeek.com/image/117024
FYI the flags are home made (with the assistance of a printer buddy of mine “Glen”) which I have mounted on a pole and hot glued onto the fortress (which conveniently has a hold on the top of the fortress piece to mount the flag.
With regards to the destroyer on the base…………………
Again I will have to admit that my friend Glen (who is a monster miniature nut) helped me “base” my GHQ British destroyers. The base is made of balsa wood. The ocean is made of glue, saw dust, some paint and a LOT of patients) Glen also printed out and pasted the name of my destroyer on the end of the unit.
I hope to start posting more pictures of collection of painted miniatures.
That doesn't deter my curiosity. I am a sucker for good maps.Imperious leader wrote:That post was 2 years ago bro.
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