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Fifty shades of Grey…….or how not to paint a Napoleonic Spanish army quickly…

Competition wargamers look away now!

Competition wargamers look away now!

The wealthy aristocrat  reached across to the voluptuous maid. Untie yourself will you and pass me that paintbrush………………..

Apologies if this is not what you were expecting. What follows is of course pretty raunchy but only if the thought of painting hundreds of miniatures white is your particular thing! Help came from Richard Abbott’s fantastic webpage, on here you will find excellent pictures of his miniatures and a very helpful guide to painting that  essential for the Napoleonic gamer, white. But, and it’s a big but….it involves four layers! See what you think?

imageDo you think the statue knows something?

Basing to be added!

Basing to be added!

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Cardiff Wargames Club is currently running a monthly painting challenge. Simply post your plans for the month and then keep them updated with progress. I find it helps motivate you when the stairs up to the man cave seem too steep! It also means at current rates of painting that’s twelve Black Powder standard sized units a year! And after a Spanish Division, I thought I might try Austrians!

The Archiducque Rafa's work- never bettered!

The Archiducque Rafa’s work- never bettered!

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Filed under: 28mm wargames figures, Black powder wargames, Miniature wargames, Napoleonic wargaming, Wargaming

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The wild ramblings of an infamous wit and wargames guru. One of nature's true gentlemen who devotes his time to the care of his two sons, i.e. watching episodes of Peppa Pig together, and recreating great moments of military history using toy soldiers. Currently a leading light in The Collectivo Despertaferres wargames and duelling association who meet regularly at Firestorm Games ( formerly Ali Baba's Carpet Warehouse). Find me also on Facebook "Despertaferres"!

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